Professor publishes second book exploring evolution of Clint Eastwood’s career

Leonard Engel, professor of English, recently published his second collection of essays exploring Clint Eastwood's career. "New Essays on Clint Eastwood" examines films that range throughout Eastwood's career.


University launches master of social work degree

Quinnipiac has launched a 60-credit master of social work degree program in its College of Arts and Sciences.


Poet Marilyn Nelson inspires University community

Marilyn Nelson, Connecticut's poet laureate from 2001-2006, read from her work during an open dialogue on creativity and the arts on Feb. 5, 2013, in the Carl Hansen Student Center.


University launches master of social work degree

Quinnipiac has launched a 60-credit master of social work degree program in its College of Arts and Sciences.


Museum acquires Jack B. Yeats' 'Derrynane' painting

Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University recently acquired the landscape painting “Derrynane” by Jack Butler Yeats, one of the best known Irish painters of the 20th century, and it is currently on view at the museum.


Joven named University librarian

In his new position, Joven is responsible for managing and overseeing the operations of both the Arnold Bernhard Library on the Mount Carmel Campus and the Edward and Barbara Netter Library at the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on the North Haven Campus


School of Law appoints associate director of admissions

Kathy Engelman has been appointed the associate director of admissions for the School of Law. In her new position, Engelman will work with prospective students and newly enrolled students.