Mohammad Elahee

"Quinnipiac is not just training the future workforce, but is also building responsible citizens who will shape the world in myriad ways."

The Quinnipiac difference

"The student-centered environment is one of the most interesting aspects of Quinnipiac's culture. Quinnipiac is not just training the future workforce, but is also building responsible citizens who will shape the world in myriad ways.

This is also one of the few universities that promotes a teacher-scholar model, emphasizing both research and teaching. This allows faculty members to pursue their strengths and be involved with both pedagogy and research."

Novel ideas

"Quinnipiac encouraged me to experiment with novel ideas and implement several experiential learning methods. I organized three international conferences and played an important role in promoting study abroad programs and launching the alternative spring break. I might not have been able to take these initiatives had I chosen another university as my workplace."

A rich life

"Hamden is one of the best towns in the U.S. Because of its location between New York and Boston, residents get all the benefits of big cities, but without the hustle and bustle. The people of Hamden are friendly. There are all types of civic places, stores and shopping places in the town. The school district is good and the town has a low crime rate. The proximity of Yale University also provides a rich cultural life to residents."

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