Academic and Career Advising Week

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College of Arts and Sciences – Tuesday, Feb. 25th, 11am – 2pm, CAS1 209 (CAS Advising Commons)

Are you considering changing your major, or adding a second major?  Are you currently undeclared and exploring your options?  Thinking about picking up a minor?  …

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Presidential Public Service Fellowship! For any major -Apply now for a paid summer of leadership experience.

Presidential Public Service Fellowship! For any major -Apply now for a paid summer of leadership experience.

Professor Scott McLean (Political Science) announced a call for applications from students in any major for the 2020 Presidential Public Service Fellowship.  Students work in leadership positions in Hamden and North Haven government for an entire summer (June 1 to …

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2020 Maine Government Summer Internship Program

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Students participate in and contribute to Maine state agencies and municipal and county governments. Supervisors benefit from hardworking interns with new ideas, energy and skills. Internships are full-time, paid work experience for 12 weeks of the summer.
For 2020 interns …

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The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program is Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2020

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THE INSIDE-OUT PRISON EXCHANGE PROGRAM CJ 360 Who We Are: Examining Status in America

OVERVIEW The “Inside-Out” Prison Exchange program is part of a national movement giving undergraduate students (outside students) and prisoners (inside students) an opportunity to learn together. …

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Max Henin, Biology, Criminal Justice, Chemistry, Class of 2020

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As an undeclared student, Max Henin `20 saw many paths before him when he arrived at Quinnipiac, but couldn’t identify the one for him. While he enjoyed math and thought about exploring the social sciences, he also had a strong …

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Quinnipiac team examines skeletal remains believed to be from Revolutionary War soldiers

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A team of Quinnipiac professors and students returned from their holiday break early to examine human skeletal remains — believed to be from the first of three Revolutionary War soldiers found last month in an 18th century home being renovated in …

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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES UNDERGRADUATE PRIZE COMPETITION 2019-2020

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES UNDERGRADUATE PRIZE COMPETITION 2019-2020

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES UNDERGRADUATE PRIZE COMPETITION 2019-2020

The members of the College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Prize Committee would like to announce the annual undergraduate prize competition to recognize the finest work completed during the past year …

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The Six Skills You Need For The Future Of Work And How Employers Will Know If You Have Them

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The preparation you receive while studying in the College of Arts and Sciences is a great jump start to developing the human-centered skills you will need to succeed in the future workplace as artificial intelligence and other technological advances change …

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Professors Jill Fehleison and Mary Paddock Present at Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Annual Conference in Amsterdam

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Jill Fehleison (History) and Mary Paddock (Modern Languages and Interdisciplinary Studies) delivered presentations at the 2019 Association for Interdisciplinary Studies conference in Amsterdam. The theme of the conference was “Interdisciplinarity in Global Contexts.” Profs. Fehleison and Paddock presented on “Reacting …

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Emeritus Professor Len Engel Publishes Article

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Ed Abbey, ‘The Thoreau of the American West’: Down the River and on the Open Road with Thoreau, Whitman, and Abbey,” published in Journal of the West, vol. 58, No. 3 (Summer 2019), 22-28.

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Summer 2020 NSF-REU Bioarchaeology Opportunity

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We are pleased to announce that we are recruiting students for a National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF REU) opportunity, sponsored by NSF, the University of South Alabama and Quinnipiac University – The Bioarchaeology of Bronze Age Social Systems.

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