Category: Education

Quinnipiac University School of Law to present virtual panel discussion on how human trafficking survivors experience the criminal justice system on Feb. 19

This free program, co-sponsored by the Connecticut Bar Foundation, and Connecticut Bar Association, is part of the School of Law’s series, “Understanding Human Trafficking: Common-Sense Legal Reforms.”

Quinnipiac University’s Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine to host annual Rare Disease Day symposium on Feb. 27

Rare Disease Day is a global event that serves to raise awareness of more than 7,000 identified rare diseases.

Iddrisu Awudu

Quinnipiac University announces 2020 Center for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students Awards

Quinnipiac University has recognized three faculty members and three staff members as recipients of the 2020 Center for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students Awards.

Quinnipiac University School of Nursing implements program to help senior citizens during the pandemic

The goal of GOP is to mobilize health profession students to provide support to vulnerable older adults who have been isolated as a result of the closure of senior centers, like Sullivan, and social distancing practices resulting from COVID-19.

Marna P. Borgstrom, CEO of Yale New Haven Health System, Dr. Reginald Eadie, president and CEO of Trinity Health Of New England, Jeffrey Flaks, president and CEO of Hartford HealthCare, and Dr. John M. Murphy, president and CEO of Nuvance Health, will discuss “Beyond the Coronavirus Crisis: Change, Innovation, Leadership, Success,” with Quinnipiac University President Judy Olian on Oct. 1.

Connecticut’s leading health care executives, Gov. Ned Lamont to discuss ‘Beyond the Coronavirus Crisis: Change, Innovation, Leadership, Success,’ at Quinnipiac University webinar

The top executives from the four largest health care providers in the state and Gov. Ned Lamont will discuss “Beyond the Coronavirus Crisis: Change, Innovation, Leadership, Success.”

Local physician assistant students at Quinnipiac University selected as Urban Service Track scholars

The scholars gain valuable exposure to the complex and challenging issues of health care in the inner city, and a strong mentorship component supports the scholars as they navigate their own personal and professional development.

Quinnipiac University has joined the Age-Friendly University (AFU) Global Network, which consists of 51 institutions of higher education around the world that have endorsed the AFU’s 10 principles and have committed to becoming more age-friendly in their programs and policies. In the photo from March, 2018, occupational therapy student Kristen Flammini leads a rehabilitative course for senior citizens on the North Haven Campus.

Quinnipiac University joins Age-Friendly University Global Network

Quinnipiac University has joined the Age-Friendly University (AFU) Global Network, which consists of 51 institutions of higher education around the world that have endorsed the AFU’s 10 principles and have committed to becoming more age-friendly in their programs and policies.

Janani Arangan, a second-year medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University.

Quinnipiac University medical student receives Arnold P. Gold Foundation funding to develop grocery voucher program to address food insecurity among type II diabetes patients at Fair Haven Community Health Care

Arangan, who lives in North Haven, will use the fellowship for her project, “Grocery Voucher Pilot: Addressing Food Insecurity Among Low-Income Patients with Type II Diabetes in New Haven, Connecticut.”

(L-R) Dr. David Feinberg, vice president of Google Health, William Weldon, former chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, Quinnipiac University President Judy Olian and Dr. Bruce Koeppen, dean of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University.

Vice president of Google Health and former chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson to discuss ‘Innovations in Health Care and Health Technology Post-COVID-19’ at Quinnipiac University webinar on July 9

Feinberg and Weldon will discuss the pandemic’s impact on the delivery of health care, including innovations in at-home diagnostic equipment, how Google Health is studying the use of artificial intelligence to assist with clinical diagnoses and patient outcomes, and trends in data privacy and digital health.

Quinnipiac University medical students, from left, Rose Pitkin and Anna Prohl volunteer at Loaves and Fishes. The New Haven organization is part of the Coordinated Food Assistance Network (CFAN), which provides free, weekly home deliveries of food to those in need living in New Haven, East Haven, West Haven and Hamden. Photo courtesy of Wendy Sewack.

Quinnipiac University medical students help Greater New Haven residents impacted by pandemic, economic fallout

Loaves and Fishes is part of the Coordinated Food Assistance Network (CFAN), which provides free, weekly home deliveries of food to those in need living in New Haven, East Haven, West Haven and Hamden.

Quinnipiac University’s Black Law Students Association to present free webinar, ‘Why Black Lives Matter: A Look at Systemic Racism and Accountability,’ June 18

The Black Law Students Association at Quinnipiac University will present the webinar, “Why Black Lives Matter: A Look at Systemic Racism and Accountability,” from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, June 18. This program is free and open the