Ray Sickinger

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Raymond L. Sickinger is director of the Feinstein Institute of Public Service at Providence College. He has been a member of the college’s faculty since 1974 and has served in a variety of administrative and teaching positions. Since 2006, he has been chair of the Department of Public and Community Service Studies. His research interests in history have revolved around topics in European history and he is currently focused on the impact of faith and service in the case of Frédéric Ozanam, the founder of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Ray has a bachelor of arts in history from Providence College, and has earned master’s and doctoral degrees in European history from the University of Notre Dame.