Fourteen Quinnipiac University students from the schools of business and communications are in Southern California as part of the university’s Quinnipiac University in Los Angeles program. Here are some initial reflections of their experiences: I’ve been interning at Ketchum Labs,… Read More ›
Wouldn’t you like to spend the summer exploring the West Coast? Fourteen students are participating in Quinnipiac University in LA program. Students from the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and School of Communications have accepted internships with prestigious… Read More ›
We fondly remember Maya Angelou’s 1996 Commencement address to our graduates. “You cannot be consistently fair or just or kind or generous or loving without courage,” she advised from the steps of our Arnold Bernhard Library.
‘Human trafficking is one of the most significant human rights violations of our time,’ professor said
Khalilah L. Brown-Dean, associate professor of political science at Quinnipiac University and author of the recent Ebony article “Who Fights for Black Girls,” said the U.S. has embarked on a very challenging mission of global significance particularly in regard to the war on… Read More ›
Members of the Quinnipiac University community celebrated the successes of the Class of 2014 as our graduates reflected on their time on our three campuses. Here is a small sampling of the well-wishes, nostalgic notes and reflections shared on our Bobcat… Read More ›
Each year, only a handful of students have the opportunity to reflect and share their Quinnipiac experience with their peers, families, friends, faculty and staff at our Commencement ceremonies. This year, we want to give more members of our Class… Read More ›
Anne Anderson, Ireland’s Ambassador to the United States, visited Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum and the Arnold Bernhard Library at Quinnipiac University on April 29 to formally open the university’s year-long exhibit “The Lady Sligo Letters: Westport House and Ireland’s Great Hunger.”… Read More ›
David Ives, executive director of the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac University, was honored for his philanthropic work with a basketball court named in his honor in Guatemala. The basketball court was built with the assistance of Quinnipiac students in the isolated village… Read More ›
Judy Thompson, clinical assistant professor of nursing and director of the nurse anesthesia program, has been named 2014 Program Director of the Year by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. “This is a national award, and the highest honor a CRNA… Read More ›
Quinnipiac University was named among the top 100 colleges that students wanted to attend, according to a survey of more than 10,000 high school seniors. Quinnipiac was named number 20 on the list of dream schools developed by UPrimeTimes.com.