Beverly Kahn is the recipient of The Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome and Fulbright Scholarships for Italy and Japan. She served as a professor of political science at the University of South Carolina and The Ohio State University for 17 years before a career in academic administration. In her 28-year career as an administrator, Beverly has focused on curriculum and pedagogy, internationalization, faculty development, academic advisement, and student retention. Since stepping aside as Provost at Farmingale, Beverly has served as professor, special project coordinator, and grant writer. She has secured more than $13 million in major grants for the College, including Title III and SSS Trio grants from the U.S. Department of Education, a Smart Grid grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, an NSF S-STEM grant, and the US Department of Education’s First in the World FIPSE Grant that has created our RAM Program.