Those who attend will tour the center and learn about the law school’s academic program and how the faculty works closely with students to develop a course of study that matches their goals.
“Lives Well Lived,” by Sky Bergman, celebrates the wit and wisdom of adults 75 to 100 years old who are living their lives to the fullest.
The lecture is part of the Anti-Defamation League's Echoes & Reflections Holocaust education program, which is co-sponsored by Quinnipiac’s School of Education. Admission is free and open to the public.
Director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning at Quinnipiac University, trains teachers in Egypt on Next Generation Science Standards
Kern, who joined the School of Education faculty at Quinnipiac in 2015, earned her doctorate in science education from the University of Nevada, where she also earned a master’s in science education and a bachelor’s in secondary education and teaching.
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.