Rich Hanley, associate professor and director of the graduate journalism program in the School of Communications, was quoted in a Forbes article about crafting successful online advertising. Please click here to read the full story.
Michelle Obama is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Lisa Burns, associate professor of media studies and public relations in the School of Communications, is available to comment. The author of “First Ladies and the Fourth Estate,” Burns has written… Read More ›
Twenty-six Quinnipiac University students are taking part in Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars programs that culminates in their attending their political party’s national convention. Read more here. Aug. 29 America Loves Ann; Ann Loves Mitt By Morgan Farra ’13 Happy Wednesday from… Read More ›
Rich Hanley, associate professor and director of the graduate journalism program in the School of Communications, was quoted in an Atlanta Journal Constitution article about cuts at CNN. Please click here to read the full story.
Charles Gibson, the former “ABC World News” anchor, will deliver the lecture, “The (Im)Balance of Power in Washington: How Things Went Off the Rails and How They Can Be Fixed,” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, at Burt Kahn… Read More ›
Ann Romney, wife of the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, spoke at this week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa. Lisa Burns, associate professor of media studies and public relations and author of the book, “First Ladies and the Fourth Estate,”… Read More ›
Quinnipiac recently granted tenure to the following faculty members: Gary Alger, associate professor of education, School of Education Shelley Giordano, associate professor of diagnostic imaging, School of Health Sciences William Jellison, associate professor of psychology, College of Arts and Sciences Alexander Laskin, associate professor of public relations, School… Read More ›
Ty Skarzynski, a U.S. Navy veteran who is completing a graduate degree in the interactive media program, plans to ride his motorcycle across country next month to raise money and awareness for disabled veterans and their families. From Aug. 15-22,… Read More ›
High school students from throughout Connecticut are spending the week at Quinnipiac learning how to become watchdog journalists. The workshop leaders, comprised of editors and reporters from the Connecticut Health Investigative Team (C-HIT), are teaching students how to find investigative stories;… Read More ›
Quinnipiac will host an information session for prospective graduate students on Wednesday, July 11, at 5:30 p.m. on the Mount Carmel Campus. The session is for prospective graduate students interested in programs from the School of Business or School of Communications. The session… Read More ›