Kevin Barry, associate professor in our School of Law, wrote a commentary on Connecticut’s death penalty that was published in the Hartford Courant on Nov. 9 . Please click here to read the full article.
The newly established Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University will offer an information session for prospective students on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 5:30-7 p.m. on the North Haven Campus, 370 Bassett Road. The Frank H. Netter MD School… Read More ›
Susan McTiernan, associate dean for graduate programs in the School of Business, was featured in a Hartford Business Journal article about the gender-based pay gap. Please click here to read the full story.
The following faculty members at Quinnipiac University are available to comment on the national election: The election: Scott McLean, professor of political science in the College of Arts and Sciences Khalilah L. Brown-Dean, associate professor of political science in the… Read More ›
Approximately 100 Hamden Middle School students participated in three days of hands-on learning at Quinnipiac University’s Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning. Please click here to see photos. Please click here to see video. “They’re learning a little… Read More ›
David Cadden, professor of management in our School of Business and Engineering, was quoted in the New Haven Register about crisis communications at the United Illuminating Co. and Connecticut Light & Power over the past week. The story also appeared in the… Read More ›
The recipients of the 2012 Center for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students Awards will be honored on Oct. 25. This year’s recipients of the Center for Excellence in Teaching Award are: Mohammad Elahee, professor of international business in the School of Business Kim… Read More ›
CBSNews.com quotes Professor Angela Mattie in story about woman incurring additional medical charges for asking too many questions
Angela Mattie, associate professor of management and chair of health care management and organizational leadership in our School of Business, was quoted in a CBSNews.com article about a woman being charged extra by her doctor for allegedly asking too many… Read More ›
The American Association of University Women reports that female graduates are getting 18 percent less than males. Susan McTiernan, associate dean for graduate programs in the School of Business, is available to comment. McTiernan says, “The study in question is… Read More ›
Sharlene Walbaum, professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, sets the bar high in courses and then gives each of her students the support and structure needed to meet her goals and surpass their expectations. VIDEO: Walbaum talks… Read More ›