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Meet the McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Staff and Faculty

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The McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program is supported by several dedicated staff and faculty members. These individuals instruct and guide the Fellows along their three-year path in the program, building relationships that inform the Fellows’ intellectual, social, and intercultural development. The following faculty and staff members are instrumental to the success of the McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program:

Supporting Staff and Faculty

Patrick O’ Donnell | Advisor for the McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program | |

Prof. Brinton Lykes
| Professor, Community-Cultural Psychology Associate Director, Center for Human Rights & International Justice |

Prof. Tomeu Estelrich Barcelo | Assistant Director for The Division of University Mission and Ministry | |

Prof. Jennie Purnell | Associate Professor of Political Science |

McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Advisory Committee

Sean Clarke (Connell School of Nursing)
Bartomeu Estelrich (Mission & Ministry)
Nick Gozik (Office of International Programs)
Burton Howell (Intersections)
Marina McCoy (Philosophy)
David McMenamin (Philosophy/Pulse)
Matthew Mullane (Theology)
Adrienne Nussbaum (Office of International Students and Scholars)
Daniel Ponsetto (Volunteer & Service Learning Center)
Stephen Pope (Theology)
David Rasmussen (Philosophy)
Mike Sacco (Center for Student Formation)
Akua Sarr (Office of the Provost)
Ethan Sullivan (Carroll School of Management)

Graduate Assistant Danielle Gatapia








Meet the graduate assistant for the McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program

Danielle Gatapia is a student in the Master of Theological Studies Program in Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. She received a B.A. in Classical Studies, Art History, and Theology triple-major from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. As an undergraduate, she spent two summers in Tanzania as a study abroad-immersion trip and a semester abroad in Greece. In between those excursions, Danielle was a participant in Creighton's Cortina Community, a service-based organization that volunteered weekly throughout the greater Omaha area, where she dedicated her time to working with the homeless and serving adults with intellectual disabilities. As the graduate assistant for the McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program, Danielle advises fellows on service-learning opportunities during their semester/year abroad and works closely with faculty, staff, and students to develop and facilitate programming for the program. Danielle can be reached by email and by appointment.