Quinnipiac University to present Fred Friendly First Amendment Award to ‘NBC Nightly News’ Anchor Lester Holt
Quinnipiac presents the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award to honor those who have shown courage and forthrightness in preserving the rights set forth in the First Amendment.
Edward Kobayashi earns Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award from the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University
The award recognizes the value of humanism in the delivery of care to patients and their families.
The tour, led by Domenic Liuzzi owner and North Haven native, allowed Rep. Yaccarino to witness firsthand the workings of the business and its facility on 322 State Street.
A native of North Haven, Andrewsen has a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University. He has worked at WQUN for 20 years, during which time he has conducted thousands of interviews with community leaders and people of interest.
William Kohlhepp of North Haven elected president of the Physician Assistant Education Association board
Kohlhepp, who also is a tenured professor in Quinnipiac’s physician assistant studies program, has been on the PAEA board of directors since 2010.
Sen. Len Fasano Re-Elected State Senate Republican Leader; Sen. Kevin Witkos Named Senate Republican Leader Pro Tempore
Sen. Len Fasano represents the 34th Senate District communities of Durham, East Haven, North Haven and Wallingford. He has served as a state Senator since 2003 and was first elected to serve as Senate Minority Leader in 2014.
Quinnipiac University to honor veterans and celebrate the launching of its Center for U.S. Veterans Rehabilitation
This event is sponsored by the Joining Forces initiative in the Quinnipiac University School of Nursing, which was launched in 2013 as part of a national initiative to educate faculty and health professionals about the needs and issues faced by...
Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano was presented with the 2016 “Children’s Champion” award by the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance for his leadership on issues related to Connecticut’s young children.
John L. Lahey, chair of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Board of Directors and president of Quinnipiac University, has been named the “Thomas Manton Person of the Year” by the New York City Council.
North Haven Veteran Steve Gifford testifies in Hartford, supporting veteran-owned businesses legislation
The legislation, which is sponsored by the Senate Democratic Leadership, would give small veteran-owned businesses favorable treatment in state contracting.
Former Freedom Rider Lula White of New Haven receives the Quinnipiac University Black Law Students Association’s Thurgood Marshall Award
Lula White, of New Haven, a former Freedom Rider during the civil rights movement, received the Quinnipiac University Black Law Students Association’s (BLSA) Thurgood Marshall Award on Feb. 25. The Thurgood Marshall Award is given in honor of the first...