Brenda Alderete, Sociology, Class of 2018

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When I first arrived at Quinnipiac, I knew I wanted to make an impact on others, but I wasn’t sure how. I felt so lost in comparison to my peers that seemed like they had it “all figured out.” I …

By Brenda Alderete
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Rachel Hamm, Mathematics and Sociology, Class of 2018

Rachel Hamm, Mathematics and Sociology, Class of 2018

My name is Rachel Hamm and I graduated from Quinnipiac in December 2018 with my Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Sociology. I came into to Quinnipiac as a psychology major and quickly realized it wasn’t the path for me. …

By Rachel Hamm
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Amber Hopwood, Criminal Justice and Psychology, Class of 2017

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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 …

By Amber Leigh Hopwood
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Rebecca Pistilli, Sociology, Class of 2017

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I graduated Quinnipiac University in May 2017 with my Bachelors Degree as a Sociology major and Anthropology minor. My experience at Quinnipiac was extraordinary and the staff and faculty within the College of Arts and Sciences, especially in the department …

By Rebecca Pistilli
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Hannah Ward, Gerontology, Class of 2017

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My name is Hannah Ward and I graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Gerontology. My interest in this field began as a child when I started caring for my grandmother with dementia. I wanted …

By Hannah Ward
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Alexandra D’Orsi, Sociology Class of 2018, MAT Class of 2019

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In 2014 I came into Quinnipiac University as an English/MAT major, thinking that my passion for English and what it would teach me would be invaluable for my future as a teacher. However, after just one semester, I realized that …

By Alexandra D'Orsi
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Jeanette Cibelli, Sociology, Class of 2017

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I spent my first year as a undergraduate at Quinnipiac as an undeclared communications student, with a minor in sociology. I declared my minor before even knowing for certain which classes I wanted to take during my first fall semester. …

By Jeanette Cibelli
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Dara Kaplan, Sociology, Class of 2018/Master of Arts in Teaching 2019

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When I first came to Quinnipiac, I had no idea what I wanted to major in. My lifelong dream was to be a teacher, but I was very unsure of what I wanted to study during my undergraduate career. Fall …

By Dara Kaplan
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Alumni Profile: Hannah Wolfson, Sociology, Class of 2017

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I came into Quinnipiac as Undecided and started taking a variety of classes. Once I came across Sociology, I immediately became hooked. The unique course topics and internship opportunities fit my needs and interests perfectly. I had the ability to intern …

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Criminal Justice Alumni at the American Society of Criminology Conference

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Dr. Alan Bruce, Program Director for Criminal Justice, attended the American Society of Criminology Conference in November in Atlanta.  While meeting potential applicants for new faculty positions, Dr. Bruce ran into several Quinnipiac Criminal Justice alumni. Sydney Ingel (’18) is currently …

By Jim Buccini
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