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Bracing for Impact

Orthopedic surgeon Michael Campbell, who graduated in 1999 with a BS in physical therapy, recently performed groundbreaking surgery on a patient to correct deformities and ease the pain caused by adult rickets.  Read the story

Rivalry on Ice

Quinnipiac’s nationally ranked men’s ice hockey team will take on Harvard on Saturday, Jan. 9, at the world-famous Madison Square Garden in New York City. Don’t miss the action.  Get tickets and details

Pictures Uncover the Past

Students and professors are uncovering answers about the life and death of an infant and a woman, likely from the 1800s, by using X-ray, MRI and CT images of their mummified remains.  Read the story
Workers conduct Quinnipiac University poll

New poll results available Dec. 2

Results of a national poll on 2016 presidential race will be available on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 6 a.m.

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Quinnipiac veterans raise the American flag on Veterans Day

Quinnipiac rates No. 26 nationally in 'Best for Vets: Colleges 2016' rankings

Quinnipiac ranked 26th among four-year schools nationally and tops in Connecticut in the Military Times media group's Best for Vets: Colleges 2016 rankings released on Nov. 9.

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Cynthia Barrere leads a discussion in an accelerated nursing class.

Quinnipiac endorsed as one of few holistic nursing programs in the nation

The American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation (AHNCC) has again endorsed the School of Nursing's undergraduate and graduate programs. The school is one of 12 nursing schools with holistically-endorsed programs, and only the second school with endorsed DNP programs.

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Todd Ahern

Psychology professor receives $70,000 research grant

Todd Ahern, assistant professor of psychology, has received a $70,000 grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation to investigate gene-by-environment interactions that could result in important differences in social behaviors.

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2015 Center for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students award honorees

Six receive prestigious award for excellence in teaching and service to students

Six employees received Quinnipiac University's most prestigious honor from the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students at an Oct. 22 ceremony: Cory Ann Boyd, John Copela, Kenneth Kosior, Joanne Robertson, Anna Spragg and Antoaneta Vanc.

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Quinnipiac University students outside the Carl Hansen Student Center

‘The Economist’ survey validates the value of a Quinnipiac education

Quinnipiac University ranked in the top 13 percent of the 1,275 four-year institutions analyzed in The Economist's first-ever survey of American higher education. Quinnipiac's ranking of 167 is among the highest of any college or university in Connecticut.

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Annalisa Zinn

Quinnipiac selected to join AAC&U project to advance higher levels of student achievement

Supported by a grant from the Davis Educational Foundation, the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) is pleased to announce a new cohort of eight institutions, including Quinnipiac, joining The LEAP Challenge initiative.

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