Fall 2015

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Positively Limitless

Hayden Piterski is used to surprising people with his catching and throwing abilities, but the teen born with a missing limb felt right at home at Camp No Limits at Quinnipiac University, coordinated by three doctor of physical therapy students.

Bracing for Impact
A Virginia woman with adult rickets is standing a bit taller these days, thanks to the efforts of Michael Campbell '99, a doctor who performed groundbreaking surgery to straighten her legs.

Graphic and Novel
Nursing students are learning to analyze blood gas test results, thanks to a grant and a collaboration with game design students who created a quick, easy-learning tool in the form of a video game.


News on Q
Irish Prime Minister Tours Ireland's Great Hunger Museum/Fruit Flies Are Welcome Guests in QU Lab/Richard Engel Accepts Fred Friendly First Amendment Award

Ann Arpino '84 shares advice for women who want to accelerate their careers. Arpino was among several female leaders and entrepreneurs who took part in a program sponsored by Quinnipiac's Center for Women & Business.

Q Sports
Becca Main entered her 21st year as head field hockey coach, building the program from scratch. She has guided Quinnipiac to three NCAA tournament appearances and looks forward to more.

Zoom In
"Shark Tank" star and entrepreneur Daymond John lectured and spoke with students in October, sharing the inspiring story of how he created a global fashion empire with lots of passion and no formal business training/A popular history course called Pirates of the Caribbean encourages students to examine piracy from a social, political, economic and cultural perspective/Law school marks 35 years since first class graduated/Homecoming 2015

Q Alumni
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Tom Barton '95 and Michael J. Croll, JD '03. Check the calendar for a variety of upcoming events including the Jan. 9 Rivalry on Ice at Madison Square Garden.

Distinguished Alumni Awards 2015
Quinnipiac honored six individuals with the Distinguished Alumni Award at an induction dinner in October during Homecoming. A Distinguished Alumni Service Award and Recent Alumni Award also were presented.

In 2014-15, generous individuals and organizations provided more than $7.6 million in gifts and grants to support Quinnipiac University, our students, faculty and programs. Members of the President's Council provided philanthropic leadership.

Good Times/Beginnings
See who came out for networking, Homecoming, and sporting events and check out the two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared.

One Last Thing
As the School of Law celebrates the anniversary of its first graduating class 35 years ago, Law Professor Emeritus Martin Margulies reflects on the school's roots and rise to prominence.

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