Winter 2015

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Dream Jobs 
Four alumni who have realized their career ambitions tell what it's like to own a restaurant, have the keys to a candy store, appear in a self focused reality show and hire celebrities for special events.

About Face 
Medical student Katelyn Norman's fascination with forensics, blended with her knowledge of anatomy and flair for drawing, have culminated in a project she handled for the chief medical examiner's office.

Raising the Bar
The new School of Law Center on the North Haven Campus has imbued students with a sense of professionalism, from the clinics and dispute resolution suite to the Ceremonial Courtroom and offices for student organizations.


News on Q
Seminar Explores Legal Aspects of Wildlife Trafficking/Students Stage ‘Dress Rehearsal' for Ebola Outbreak/Med Students Hope to Help Fellow Veterans.

As a child, Jaclynn Demas '01 predicted she'd win an Emmy someday, yet she couldn't believe it when she heard her name called in June as the recipient of an award for the PBS show she produces-"Peg + Cat.".

Q Sports
Athletic Director Jack McDonald says goodbye to Quinnipiac this June after 20 years at the helm of the athletics program.


Zoom In
Ebola may be difficult to contract, but the American news media tended to downplay that fact in its unrelenting and sometimes over-the-top coverage of the Ebola "crisis" last fall; Law Professor Marilyn Ford coordinated a symposium in Ferguson, Mo., to help the community find the answers it needs to begin healing after the shooting that claimed the life of a black teenager.

Q Alumni
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Jeff Kinkead '84, Scott Levensten, JD '93, Dan Wagner, MHS '00, MBA '05, and Caitlin Ziegler '13. Also, see who attended the School of Law alumni reception, Homecoming, and more.

Good Times/Beginnings
See who came for alumni games and networking events and check out the two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared.. Submit yours

One Last Thing
Kevin Convey, the new chair of the Department of Journalism in the School of Communications, says the world needs journalists more than ever, despite rumblings about the profession's demise.

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