Fundamentals of Human Language

ML/IDS/AN 215. Introduction to Language Studies.3 Credits. (Please note that this class does not fulfill the 200-level science requirement for the major, as it is predominantly a social science class.)

Human language involves much more than vocabulary and grammar. …

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Hungary Fulbright Commissioner

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PHY105/PHY105L – Physics of Music

There is a new and exciting class CAS will be offering this upcoming semester, join us in PHY105, to explore the science behind sound, instruments, and voice work.

Class – MWF, 2pm

Lab – Thursday, 12-2pm

 

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Hands of Hope – Service Opportunity

Hands of Hope House Parents provide direct childcare and supervision to children in placement in the Casa de Esperanza Neighborhood. These passionate individuals have a desire to help abused, neglected and HIV positive children by making a 12-month commitment to …

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American Sign Language 101 & 102

Consider taking American Sign Language 101 and 102 this summer or this Fall! 

These UC Breadth Electives are online and can be taken consecutively in the same semester.  You will widen your perspectives in many new and exciting ways!

ASL …

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Summer I 2023 – France Trip!

Travel to France this Summer ’23 by taking FR 210 – DA French Culture & Society! 

WEB, synchronous zoom: T TH 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. with travel to France from Saturday, June 3rd – Saturday, June 11th. 

This course is taught …

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Summer II 2023 – Spanish for Health Professionals

We are delighted to be offering Spanish for Healthcare with travel to Chile in July 2023 (see attached flyer below). This course will be asynchronous and online except for the travel component.

 

This course is designed to introduce the …
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Hands of Hope Service Year Opportunity

Want to make a difference in the lives of young children?

House Parents in our program gain valuable experience that is relevant to their future career goals while simultaneously making a meaningful difference in the lives of a vulnerable group …

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Amber Hopwood, Criminal Justice and Psychology, Class of 2017

As a freshman I entered Quinnipiac University as a Psychology major, hoping to eventually work in federal law enforcement. With that goal in mind I took my first Criminal Justice class and immediately fell in love with the topics we …

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Ashley Appleby, Criminal Justice and Psychology, Class of 2017

When I first enrolled in Quinnipiac University, I never would’ve imagined that I would be where I am today. As a first generation college student, I began my first year as an undeclared major – I was unsure about how to …

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