• Physician assistant program certificate ceremony Aug. 9
  • Film screening of 'The Minnitts of Anabeg' Aug. 5
  • PA student organizing free asthma camp for kids Aug. 2
  • Hickman named assistant director of fraternity and sorority life
  • Hakala appointed director of teaching and learning
  • Berry appointed university registrar
  • Thomas Toohey of the Irish Ancestral Research Association to lecture July 18
  • Graduates urged to take risks and make a positive impact
  • Speakers advise graduates to innovate, strive for greatness
  • Two faculty members appointed to CPPS board
  • Tieline Theater to perform 'Midsummer Lovers' June 20-22
  • Author Wally Lamb visits Quinnipiac
  • Author Kenji Yoshino visits Quinnipiac to discuss inclusion
  • 2014 Commencement speakers announced
  • Information Session for graduate PA program June 17
  • School of Medicine Information Session June 14
  • Irish-American author to read from new novel June 12
  • Information Session for accelerated BSN program June 4
  • Kohlhepp appointed associate vice president for faculty affairs
  • Burke receives Appreciation Award
  • University to host computer crimes conference May 27
  • University to host annual car show May 25
  • Undergraduate Admissions Open House May 12
  • Senator Blumenthal to deliver School of Law Commencement address
  • Guy Adami and Linda Schwartz to speak at Graduate Commencement May 10
  • Steve Forbes, John Feal and Andrew Jenks to address graduates at Commencement May 18
  • University to host concussion conference May 7
  • Author Tom Phelan to lecture about Ireland’s World War I soldiers May 1
  • Information session for graduate journalism programs April 30
  • Second annual 'Walk & Roll' fundraiser to be held April 26
  • Performance of 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee' April 25-27
  • Poet Kaye McDonough to read at Quinnipiac April 25
  • School of Medicine Information Session April 23
  • Georgetown Medical Center’s James Giordano to discuss neurobioethics April 23
  • Comedian Chris Doucette to perform April 16
  • Performance of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing April 10-13
  • Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop lecture April 9
  • Quinnipiac class to entice fellow students to eat crickets
  • University's director of investigations accepted into FBI's Citizens Academy
  • Syrian conflict and human rights to be explored at seminar
  • Keith Rhodes named vice president and chief digital communications officer
  • Dr. Holly Atkinson of HealthiNation to discuss Five Keys to Optimal Health April 8
  • Dancing with the QU Stars April 5
  • High school students to compete in computer programming competition April 5
  • Museum to present lecture on USS Jamestown's voyage to Ireland April 3
  • Quinnipiac to host social media panel discussion April 3
  • Poet Roger Reeves to read at Quinnipiac April 4
  • Information Session for accelerated BSN program April 2
  • Middle Eastern scholar to discuss U.S.-Iran relations March 31
  • Professor to discuss research on neurodegeneration March 31
  • Admitted Student Days March 29-30
  • Monroe appointed visiting assistant professor at the School of Law
  • The Kerry Boys to perform at Ireland's Great Hunger Museum March 27
  • Lecture on importance of measurement in public relations March 25
  • Clinical psychologist and author Margo Maine to discuss body image April 2
  • Graduate information session March 22
  • Information session for nurse anesthesia program March 22
  • Information Session for graduate PA program March 22
  • Emory University psychologist to lecture March 20
  • Professor to present ‘Mathematical Magic’ at Sigma Xi lecture on March 19
  • College of Arts and Sciences appoints new faculty members
  • Theater for Community announces 2013-2014 production schedule
  • Fernando Bermudez kicks off 'Dilemmas of Justice' lecture series
  • World-renowned Irish Famine expert Christine Kinealy appointed to faculty
  • Author Shannon Brownlee visits Quinnipiac to discuss book Overtreated
  • Museum to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day March 17 with tea and soda bread
  • New School of Health Sciences faculty members appointed
  • Jason Koo to read from poetry collection March 5
  • Lecture on entrepreneurship in foreign countries March 3
  • Theater students to participate in inaugural New Play Festival
  • Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop lecture Feb. 28
  • Professor publishes book on journalism
  • Lt. Paul Vance delivers public relations lecture
  • QU professor publishes definitive book on Hitchcock's Frenzy
  • Journalism professor publishes new study on press freedom
  • Alexander Laskin earns fellowhip
  • University launches master of social work degree
  • Poet Marilyn Nelson inspires University community
  • Professor publishes second book exploring evolution of Clint Eastwood’s career
  • Professor writes new book on how Robert F. Kennedy shaped civil rights
  • Professors awarded grant from The Arts Council of Greater New Haven
  • Political science professor appears in CPTV documentary
  • Museum acquires Jack B. Yeats' 'Derrynane' painting
  • NPR’s Michele Norris visits campus to discuss race in America
  • Singer-songwriter and social activist Judy Collins visits Quinnipiac
  • Dean receives Pat Sappern Award
  • School of Law names new dean
  • School of Law presents Thurgood Marshall Award to Sanford Cloud, Jr.
  • Washington Supreme Court cites articles by School of Law professor
  • School of Law appoints associate director of admissions
  • Joven named University librarian
  • Professor authors book and produces CD
  • Information Session for graduate social work program Feb. 12
  • Forum on ‘The Color of Justice’ to be held Feb. 11
  • Information Session for graduate nursing programs Feb. 11
  • Buda receives Felice Dublon Award
  • Al Jazeera America panel discussion Feb. 1
  • National and state experts to converge for Concussion Conference Jan. 31
  • Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop Jan. 31
  • Museum to present program on the Orphan Train Riders Jan. 30
  • Online information session for MBA program Jan. 29
  • Kilham appointed public services health sciences librarian
  • Connecticut high school students attend workshops at Quinnipiac
  • Students participate in simulation to develop better interprofessional skills, perspective
  • Allegretto appointed assistant controller
  • Festa appointed assistant controller
  • Dr. Lisa Sanders presents the lecture Every Patient Tells a Story
  • Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel visits Quinnipiac
  • University hosts panel 'Drowning in Health Care Costs: All Hands on Deck'
  • Information Session for nurse anesthesia program Jan. 11
  • Facilities conducts free car maintenance clinic for students
  • Student Veterans Organization hosts Veterans Day activities
  • Eight alumni honored at Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon
  • Rossi receives Physician Assistant Education Association award
  • Professor Kimberly Hartmann named interim dean of the School of Health Sciences
  • Facilities Department now using tablets to increase efficiency
  • Information Session for graduate nursing programs Dec. 5
  • Information Session for accelerated BSN program Dec. 4
  • Ensemble Showcase set for Dec. 4
  • Christine Kinealy to lecture and discuss her new book Dec. 3
  • School of Law to host information session Nov. 26
  • Mock Trial team wins regionals and advances to national trial competition
  • Students win regional negotiation competition
  • Mock Trial team wins 2012 Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition
  • School of Law grads ace bar exam
  • Director of financial aid honored
  • Business professor elected president of technology association’s Education Special Interest Group
  • Professor Robert Engle earns ‘Best Paper Award’
  • China expert Jonathan Spence highlights symposium
  • Human rights explored during annual Alfred P. Stiernotte Lecture
  • School of Law hosts Family Day Awards
  • Law professor named to 2012 Irish Legal 100
  • Moore, Patel discuss dangers of steroids
  • Hollywood writer & civil rights activist Dustin Lance Black visits campus
  • Burke appointed director of veteran and military affairs
  • Stout appointed special events coordinator
  • Presidential Public Service Fellows honored
  • Dublin journalism professor to lecture at Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum Nov. 14
  • 'The Cost of America's War on Drugs' presentation Nov. 12
  • Poet Jenny Zhang to read at Quinnipiac Nov. 12
  • Ireland's Great Hunger Museum to host The Magic and Music of Ireland Nov. 9
  • School of Law to host open house Nov. 10
  • Undergraduate Fall Open House Nov. 9
  • Theater for Community to present Dracula Nov. 7-10
  • Fairfield resident named budget manager at University
  • University appoints East Haven resident as manager of card services
  • New director of student health services appointed
  • Mathematics professor publishes new textbook on statistics
  • Founding director, director of field education for social work program appointed
  • Two students win awards for outstanding performance at mock trial tournament
  • Students travel to Washington, D.C. for presidential inauguration seminar
  • The Center for Psychological Research hosts 2012 Fechner Day program
  • Senior awarded Critical Language Scholarship from U.S. Department of State
  • Broatch appointed assistant director of development for parents and families
  • School of Law to host Nov. 2 symposium on transitional justice
  • Graduate Information Session Nov. 2
  • Information Session for graduate PA program Nov. 2
  • Author Nick Sturm to read at Quinnipiac Oct. 31
  • Professor to discuss using automated response systems in the classroom Oct. 31
  • Panel discussion on state and federal court dispositions Oct. 28
  • Librarian to present lecture 'Gay Life and Love in the 1950s' Oct. 30
  • Galiette appointed senior director of development, health affairs
  • Sinead McCoole to lecture at Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum Oct. 29
  • Kile promoted to associate dean of engineering
  • Garvey Young’s sports site takes first prize in business plan competition
  • Beta Gamma Sigma inducts honors students April 10
  • ‘The Princeton Review’ ranks School of Business and its MBA among the best
  • New associate dean appointed
  • Undergraduate Fall Open House Oct. 19
  • State expert to demystify bedbugs during Oct. 17 Sigma Xi lecture
  • Quinnipiac to sponsor annual business conference Oct. 11-12
  • Graduate Information Session Oct. 16
  • Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation lecture Oct. 15
  • School of Medicine Information Session Oct. 14
  • Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum to celebrate one-year anniversary Oct. 12
  • Free yoga classes at Quinnipiac Oct. 13
  • Theater for Community to present ‘Mauritius’ Oct. 8-13
  • Princeton Review 2013
  • Ladnier and Janensch to read highlights of 'Dear Eva' Oct. 10
  • 'Where We Live' senior producer to discuss creativity and the arts Oct. 3
  • Athletic training and sports medicine professor receives Athletic Trainer Service Award
  • Dean re-elected secretary-treasurer of Physician Assistant Education Association
  • Bioethics panelists meet with PA students
  • Cindy Lord named 'Outstanding PA of the Year'
  • Lecture on 'Video Gaming, Health and Cognition' set for Oct. 1
  • Nursing students collect donations for troops
  • Nursing student receives scholarship
  • Information Session for accelerated BSN program Sept. 25
  • Undergraduate Fall Open House Sept. 21
  • Blood drive Sept. 19
  • 'Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare' screening Sept. 17
  • The Return to kick off Latin American film series Sept. 17
  • University to screen 'Living on One Dollar' documentary Sept. 16
  • University to welcome largest freshman class during Aug. 24 ceremony
  • University to host Orientation for incoming students Aug. 21-22
  • University appoints new vice president for academic affairs
  • Graduates urged to take risks and follow dreams
  • Graduates challenged to be open to new possibilities
  • Quinnipiac among state’s best places to work
  • School of Medicine Information Session July 23
  • University to host philosophy conference July 11-13
  • University makes Commencement changes
  • Quinnipiac now polling in Iowa and Colorado
  • Centerbrook Architects & Planners donate 10 Bobcat sculptures
  • Varholak appointed associate vice president for budget and financial planning
  • Natale appointed assistant vice president for public affairs
  • Graduate information session for PA program July 9
  • School of Medicine Open House June 27
  • Nealy appointed assistant chief of public safety
  • Patton appointed director of counseling services
  • Relay for Life raises more than $76,000
  • Alcohol abuse and the Great Hunger explored at symposium
  • Information Session for accelerated BSN program June 5
  • Annual car show May 26
  • Undergraduate Admissions Open House May 13
  • Dog therapy aims to ease students' stress during finals
  • ‘Good Morning America’ newsman and KIVA founder named Undergraduate Commencement speakers
  • Irish-American Author Christopher Conway to discuss and sign his new book May 9
  • Vocal recital May 4
  • Free yoga class at Quinnipiac May 4
  • Dance Company to perform May 2-4
  • Quinnipiac University Singers to perform May 2
  • World renowned expert on the Irish Famine to lecture May 2
  • Theater for Community to present ‘Ernest in Love’ April 25-28
  • University to host hip-hop symposium and poetry slam April 25
  • ‘Connecticut Review’ Editor Vivian Shipley to read her poetry on April 25
  • Panel discussion on the right to record police April 23
  • Irish author Tim Pat Coogan to lecture and sign books April 18
  • Symposium on ‘A Resurgent China in the 21st Century’ on April 18
  • LGBT activist Timothy Kurek to speak April 17
  • Lorella Praeli to discuss immigration reform in Congress April 15
  • Physician Assistant Society to host 5K and Cow Chip Bingo April 13
  • QU Dancing with the Stars to raise money for Camp Sunshine April 12
  • University to host NEURON Conference April 7
  • Graduate information sessions April 6
  • John Murillo to read his poetry April 4
  • Panelists to discuss Emancipation Proclamation April 1
  • Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus visits Quinnipiac
  • Irish poet Desmond Egan to read and discuss his work March 28
  • Freedom of Information event March 27
  • Author Corban Addison to discuss his book on human trafficking March 26
  • Associate vice president for health affairs development appointed
  • Admitted Student Day Program March 23-24
  • Panel discussion on ‘All Things Irish’ March 21
  • Visiting Scholar Christine Kinealy named ambassador to St. Patrick’s Day parade
  • Irish and American folk artist Danny Quinn to perform concert March 14
  • Graduate information session March 7
  • Theater for Community to perform ‘Lily Hare’ Feb. 28-March 3
  • Panel discussion on global climate change set for Feb. 26
  • Performance by The First Wave Feb. 21
  • Screening of "Food Inc." documentary Feb. 20
  • Panel discussion on the Emancipation Proclamation Feb. 18
  • Author John Kelly to discuss his latest book, ‘The Graves are Walking,’ Feb. 7
  • President of Institute for Humane Education Zoe Weil to speak Feb. 5
  • School of Law open house Jan. 26
  • Irish fiddler to perform at Ireland's Great Hunger Museum Jan. 24
  • Quinnipiac dedicates Peter C. Hereld House for Jewish Life
  • Academic technology helps students weather the storm
  • Welcome class of 2016
  • President John L. Lahey named ‘Irish Person of the Year’
  • Grace Brady named executive director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum
  • Professor mentors hackathon event held in Abu Dhabi
  • QUPoll/CBS/NYT
  • Carlton Highsmith donates $1 million
  • University names executive vice president/provost
  • Quinnipiac named to U.S. News & World Report's list of "best online programs"
  • President Lahey named to '200 top people' list
  • School of Business hosts Business Leader Hall of Fame
  • President Lahey named to '50 most influential people' list
  • Frozen Four Announcement
  • Hamden Fire Department educates students about the importance of fire safety
  • School of Education hosts opening for new artwork display
  • Kevin Basmadjian named interim dean
  • Center for Excellence recognizes outstanding faculty, staff
  • Alpha Chi Omega raises more than $30,000 for domestic violence services
  • Panel discussion on “Health, Healing and Spirituality” April 2
  • Scientist Jeff Ward to present research about Connecticut forests March 7
  • Transfer student information session March 7
  • Founding editor of ‘Storyscape Literary Journal’ to read and discuss her career Feb. 28
  • Professor to present research on youthful gender violence Feb. 20
  • Ireland's Great Hunger Museum open to the public
  • Quinnipiac recognized as a Green Power Leader by the EPA
  • New book on Euro-Muslim identity
  • Students attend national conventions
  • Students earn fellowship experience
  • Bruce White receives the 10th annual James Marshall Award
  • Founding faculty members appointed
  • Panel discussion on 2012 election
  • QFTO members meet Zac Efron at 'Read Across America'
  • Students receive physician assistant certificates
  • Suburban communities conference postponed
  • Associate dean appointed
  • Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop March 22
  • Day Visit program for accepted students