Award-winning disability rights attorney Lainey Feingold to discuss structured negotiation on Oct. 25 at Quinnipiac University School of Law Center
Feingold will discuss how structured negotiation, a collaborative and solution-driven dispute resolution method conducted without a lawsuit on file, is a highly effective legal strategy that trades the stress and conflict of lawsuits for relationship-building and true problem solving.
Those who attend the open house 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.
Sen. Fasano & Rep. Yaccarino: Legislature’s Bipartisan Budget Passed Last Month Would Increase Aid for North Haven
The Democrat legislative leaders’ budget proposal, which does not have enough support to pass the legislature, would cut education funding in North Haven by $3 million and cut overall municipal aid to North Haven by a whopping $5.3 million over...
They will discuss a case that focuses on the symptoms of fatigue, cases of chronic fatigue syndrome, the impact of chronic fatigue syndrome on all aspects of daily life and how an interprofessional team approach may improve patient outcomes and...
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.
Quinnipiac University medical students to host silent auction to benefit Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS)
The auction will feature items donated by members of the Quinnipiac community and local refugee women to raise funds for IRIS, a non-profit organization that works to resettle refugees in Connecticut.
Quinnipiac University professor’s comedic documentary selected to be screened at film festivals in New Hampshire, Texas and St. Louis
“Mickey’s Pets,” which premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in August, has been selected to be screened at the New Hampshire Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival and the St. Louis International Film Festival.
This bipartisan budget avoids a $1.5 billion tax increase, preserves core social services, keeps commitments to local education, provides stability for municipalities, does not increase taxes on non-prescription medications and rejects Governor Malloy’s proposed shifting of teacher pension costs onto...