CAS Seniors: Things Are Looking Up!

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It’s been a rough few semesters, but there is good news on the horizon for the Class of 2021! As vaccines are rolling out and the economy is slowly opening back up, employers are following suit with an increase in …

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Quinnipiac University has the best overall graduate employment rate in the country (again)!

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For the second year in a row, Connecticut’s Quinnipiac University has the best overall graduate employment rate in the country at 96.1%. This longer term success supports our immediate “First Destination” success in which between 96-99% of our graduates find employment …

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Interested in politics? Check out this paid summer project!

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The Panorama Project offers motivated and open-minded students from across the U.S. an opportunity to understand experiences and opinions that are different from their own by collaborating on pieces of media that explore pressing issues in U.S. politics.

In teams …

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Phi Sigma Tau inducts six new members into international honors society for philosophy

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First-year student Rebecca Agami wins Mary Segall EN101 Writing Prize

First-year student Rebecca Agami wins Mary Segall EN101 Writing Prize

Congratulations to Rebecca Agami, whose essay “Learning Empathy” has won the Mary Segall EN101 Writing Prize of $150. Rebecca was a student in Prof. Sharyn Nelson’s fall ’20 EN101 class.

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Phi Sigma – Gamma Rho (National Biological Sciences Honor Society) Welcomes New Members

Phi Sigma – Gamma Rho (National Biological Sciences Honor Society) Welcomes New Members

On Saturday April 24th, Phi Sigma – Gamma Rho Chapter of the National Biological Sciences Honor Society – held a virtual induction for the 2020 and 2021 classes. Please join the Department of Biological Sciences in welcoming the newest members of the …

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Julianna Augello, Jessica Gibree, & Professor Sam Edwards Present Papers in New York

Julianna Augello, Jessica Gibree, & Professor Sam Edwards Present Papers in New York

Julianna Augello, Law in Society class of 2021, Jessica Gibree, Law in Society class of 2022, and Associate Professor Sam Edwards, Legal Studies, presented separate papers at the New York State Political Science Association annual conference on April 23-24. Augello’s …

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​Wilder Fiction winner Tess Adams presents original play!

​Wilder Fiction winner Tess Adams presents original play!

Tuesday, April 20th, the Theater Arts Center will present Jigsaw, an original full-length play written by Tess Adams. Tess won this year’s Wilder Fiction Prize, and her production is just one of several Senior Theater projects that you can see …

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Ken Cormier Presents Multi-Media Paper at ACLA Conference

Ken Cormier Presents Multi-Media Paper at ACLA Conference

Ken Cormier, Associate Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing, presented a multi-media paper at the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Conference on April 9, 2021. The paper, “Speech in Ruins: Multitrack Recording and the Problem of the Voice …

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Rebecca Bamford (Philosophy) Co-Chairs Panel on Prestige and Inclusion in Anglo-American Philosophy

Rebecca Bamford (Philosophy) Co-Chairs Panel on Prestige and Inclusion in Anglo-American Philosophy

Rebecca Bamford, Ph.D, Professor of Philosophy, co-organized and co-chaired an international panel at the American Philosophical Association’s Pacific Division meeting on April 10, with Étienne Brown, Ph.D. (San José State University). The APA’s week-long Pacific Division meeting was held fully …

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Macbeth, Thom Pain, and a World Premiere! 

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Don’t miss the following senior capstones in theater!

 

Macbeth adapted and directed by Abby Nasworthy ’21

When: April 16th- 18th

How to watch: View live stream for free at abbynasworthy.com

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World Premiere New Play Reading by Tess …

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The deadline for applying for the QU in DC Seminar on National Security has been extended to  Friday April 9

The deadline for applying for the QU in DC Seminar on National Security has been extended to  Friday April 9

The deadline for applying for the QU in DC Seminar on National Security has been extended to  Friday April 9.    One more opportunity!!!

Take part in a one-week immersive virtual QU in DC seminar in which you’ll explore the protection …

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