Quinnipiac University Professor Sasha Turner Of North Haven Elected Co-President Of The Coordinating Council For Women In History

The council, an affiliate organization of the American Historical Association, is committed to supporting and fostering the inclusion of all women in the historical profession.

/ February 6, 2018

Sen. Fasano Leads General Assembly in Overriding Governor’s Veto to Restore Funding for Elderly and Disabled

In voting to override the governor’s veto, Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano and fellow state lawmakers are now able to restore funding for the current fiscal year to over 100,000 seniors and disabled individuals.

/ February 1, 2018

Rep. Yaccarino and Sen. Fasano Held North Haven Senior Update

A large part of the discussion centered on the Medicare Savings Plan (MSP) and the legislature working in a bipartisan way to restore MSP after Gov. Dannel Malloy vetoed the bill earlier this month.

/ January 30, 2018

Creighton University professor to discuss changes in negotiation Feb. 2 at the Quinnipiac University School of Law Center

Ebner will look ahead to the future of negotiation in which more, rather than less, change is likely, and will seek to help negotiators and mediators adapt their practices to their changing world.

/ January 18, 2018
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Sen. Fasano Calls on Democrat Legislative Leaders to Override Governor’s Veto of Medicare Savings Program Fix, Gov. Malloy’s MSP “Solution” Unconstitutional

Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano (R-North Haven) released the following statement in response to Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s veto of the bipartisan bill that restores funding for the Medicare Savings Program in the current fiscal year.

/ January 18, 2018

Maintaining Civility during Times of Turmoil

The third Monday in January, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, reminds us all to conduct ourselves with kindness, understanding, dignity and respect.

/ January 15, 2018

Yaccarino Votes to Restore MSP Funding

MSP is a Medicaid program that helps seniors and the disabled pay for Medicare co-insurance, deductibles and premiums. Connecticut was one of five states whose income eligibility limits exceeded the federal minimum level.

/ January 8, 2018

Senator Fasano Statement on Passing of Carm Cozza, Famed Yale Football Coach

Cozza coached the Yale team from 1965 to 1996 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2002. Sen. Fasano is an alumni of Yale University where he played football under the coaching of Carm Cozza from...

/ January 5, 2018

Vincent Van Oss Of North Haven Appointed Director Of Marketing For Quinnipiac University Online

In his new role, Van Oss is responsible for implementing the strategic planning, coordination and management of all marketing efforts for the university’s online and corporate training programs.

/ January 5, 2018
QU School of Law Center

Quinnipiac University School of Law to host open house for prospective students on Jan. 20

Those who attend will tour the center and learn about the law school’s rigorous academic program and how the faculty works closely with students to develop a course of study that matches their goals.

/ December 18, 2017

Rep. Dave Yaccarino Rings Bell for The Salvation Army

Rep. Yaccarino was joined by Salvation Army Captain Charles Adams, Corps. Commanding Officer of The Salvation Army.

/ December 12, 2017

Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University Expands Research Capabilities with $2 Million State-of-the-Art Lab

The 6,000-square-foot laboratory is a model facility with sophisticated equipment for mammalian cell and microbial culture, analysis of biological materials including DNA, RNA, and proteins, and confocal microscopy of biological tissues.

/ December 12, 2017