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A New Jersey poll found New Jersey voters give governor OK grades for Sandy; 93 percent say they're stronger than the storm.
The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine will host an Information Session on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at 5 p.m. on the North Haven Campus.
The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, features pieces submitted by Quinnipiac faculty, staff and students and is dedicated to the beauty and wonder of animals and the environment. It will be on display at the Albert Schweitzer Institute through Aug. 29.
Kaye McDonough, an adjunct professor of English, will read excerpts from her poetry collection, "Pagan," at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 25, in the Carl Hansen Student Center, Room 119, on the Mount Carmel Campus.
Ireland's Great Hunger Institute and the Arnold Bernhard Library at Quinnipiac University will present the exhibit “The Lady Sligo Letters: Westport House and Ireland's Great Hunger,” beginning May 1.
"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is a contemporary musical comedy that is centered on six children and their efforts to win the county-wide spelling bee. Performances will be held April 25-27 in the Black Box Theater on the Mount Carmel Campus.
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Some students spent winter break volunteering in remote corners of the globe.
Youth advocate & author Wes Moore discussed the importance of education and making a difference in the world during a recent campus visit.
Miguel Rosa witnessed life & death situations while deployed in Afghanistan. The experience inspired the young father to shift his career path from finance to nursing.
Partnership introduces high school students to college work, hoping to front-load academic success.
Sean O'Hare, owner of a merger and acquisitions firm, recently visited campus to discuss how risk-taking and the law work side-by-side.
Students gain firsthand knowledge about microlending through a service-learning program over winter break.
QU team participates in archaeological dig in an effort to learn more about the Bronze Age of Eastern Hungary.
A pair of scientists delved into the origin of AIDS, debunking common misconceptions about the virus.
A recent symposium sparked conversations & ideas about preventing gun violence.
The School of Law clinic was honored with an award for its work on repealing Connecticut's death penalty.
Thought leader Dr. George Thibault shared his vision for revamping medical education to be more innovative and interprofessional.
Nurse Dana Garvey ’03 helped make the emergency room at a local hospital more senior-friendly.
A class of engineering students was challenged to work in teams to create robots that could navigate an obstacle course. The project presented them with a real-world, hands-on project testing what they've learned throughout the semester.