Support + Services
Resources for the MLI include a dedicated print collection and reading space on Emmanuel's Cardinal Cushing Library mezzanine, as well as electronic resources, including the Leadership Development Channel, licensed for the Emmanuel community. The MLI book collection continues to grow. Additionally, the MLI has gathered articles and case studies on ethics, leadership and contemplative practices to augment discussions among Emmanuel faculty, students and staff (see links below).
Campus support services, including the Career Center and the Academic Resource Center, promote leadership by assisting student efforts in pursuit of nationally recognized fellowships and by supporting the academic, career and personal goals of Emmanuel students.
Michelle Basilone, Class of 2015
Elizabeth Campbell, Academic Affairs Project Manager
Carolyn Caveny, Associate Director of Academic Advising
Dan Darcy, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Activities
Ray Devettere, Wyant Professor and Professor of Philosophy/Director of Values-Based Education
Kevin Farrell, Director of Student Center Services and Assistant Director of Student Activities
Laurie Johnston, Assistant Professor of Theology + Religious Studies
Ruthie Kirchner, Class of 2015
Katrin Kriz, Associate Professor of Sociology
Wendy LaBron, Director of the Academic Resource Center
Amma Marfo, Assistant Director of Student Activities
Rebecca Moryl, Assistant Professor of Economics
Cindy O'Callaghan, Associate Dean of Academic Program Support
Patricia Rissmeyer, Vice President of Student Affairs
Regina Rutter, Lecturer, Department of Management
Hilary Skov, Class of 2015, Student Director of Contemplation across the Campus
Susan von Daum Tholl, Director of the Cardinal Cushing Library
Petros Vamvakas, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies
Thomas Wall, Professor of Philosophy
The Mulvaney Leadership Institute
(MLI) provides leadership training and development for faculty, students and staff at Emmanuel College. Additionally, the MLI provides opportunities to members of our shared learning community to build and sustain skills necessary for ethical and effective teaching and learning.