This program is the first in the new School of Law series, “Law and Civil Discourse in a Time of Change,” which has been developed to increase understanding and facilitate civil discourse around important areas of policy that have changed...
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University to recognize ‘Rare Disease Day’ with lecture and panel discussion on Feb. 27
Pramod, who is a professor of medicine and of pediatrics and professor of cellular and molecular physiology at the Yale School of Medicine, will discuss “Gaucher Disease: Transformative Therapeutic Breakthroughs in Rare Disease, Expanding Opportunities for Novel Therapies of Common...
State Representative Dave Yaccarino issued the following statement in response to Governor Malloy’s budget proposal.
Quinnipiac University to host two information sessions for prospective graduate students on March 25
Both sessions will include an overview of graduate admissions and financial aid. Students also will have an opportunity to participate in breakout sessions with the program directors.
Senate & House Republicans Offer Plan to Restore Nearly $20 Million in Education Funding, Eliminate FY 2017 Budget Deficit
The proposal would allow the state to restore $18.9 million in Education Cost Sharing funding that was cut by the administration in December and also close the current budget deficit of $11.9 million as estimated by the Office of Fiscal...
Quinnipiac University School of Education professor to present program on ‘The School to Prison Pipeline’ Feb. 7
Hernandez will address disproportionality and how school discipline policies facilitate the school-to-prison pipeline for students of color. She also will discuss how current and future educators can work as allies and advocates to disrupt the pipeline.
The sessions will take place at the Keefe Community Center, 11 Pine St., Hamden, from 3-8 p.m. every Thursday, starting Feb. 2 and running through April 13.