Hear from School of Communications faculty and alumni working in the field about why they chose Quinnipiac. Learn more about the school's cutting-edge facilities and unique academic offerings.
QU ranked among top 10 schools for media professionals
The online business networking site LinkedIn analyzed millions of alumni profiles to come up with its list of communications schools most likely to help students launch their media careers.
PR major Emma Spiegel took her writing to new heights when she interned with one of the world’s largest aerospace manufacturers.
Over the course of his award-winning career, journalism professor Ben Bogardus has covered multiple natural disasters and the Super Bowl. But teaching his students how to thrive in a modern TV newsroom just might be his biggest accomplishment.
It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from a seasoned, award-winning television director. During a unique internship in Los Angeles, Lisa Copland ’14 got to learn from four.
An internship with Fox led to a job for Carley Shimkus '09. She's now the associate producer for the popular syndicated radio show "Imus in the Morning."
Communications professor Nancy Worthington loves to bring real-life examples from popular culture and the media into her classroom. “It really lets students sink in their teeth and learn a concept.”
Tim Beach '90 is a man for all seasons. His communications degree put him on the path to become the vice president of game operations and events for the New York Islanders and work with the Yankees, Jets and the U.S. Open tennis tournament.
Ed McMahon Mass Communications Center
The center features a spacious, professional all-digital high definition television studio, an advanced Pro Tools HD audio recording and mixing studio, a journalism technology center and more.
About the School
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What is the First Amendment Award?
The School of Communications presents the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award each year to honor those who have shown courage and forthrightness in preserving the rights set forth in the First Amendment. The award bears the name of the former CBS News president and champion of freedom of speech.