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All posts tagged "Albert Schweitzer institute"
The Flint Water Crisis and Beyond
The Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) held its 28th annual conference of the world’s largest gathering of reporters, journalists and students who cover environmental issues on Oct. 3. This year’s conference was held in Flint, Michigan, with...
- Posted October 9, 2018
Students attend international summit in Jordan
The Albert Schweitzer Institute (ASI) sponsored a trip for select Quinnipiac students to attend The Laureates and Leaders for Children Summit in Amman, Jordan. Leah Mantei, Layomi Akinnifesi, Franklin Ramsay, Velvet Chestnut, Margaret Crampton and Layla Hindiyeh...
- Posted April 17, 2018
Executive Director of Albert Schweitzer Institute to step down
David Ives, the current Executive Director of the Albert Schweitzer Institute (ASI), is retiring on Dec. 31, 2017. The 68-year-old cites disease as the main cause of his retirement. Professor of political science, Sean Duffy, will take...
- Posted August 29, 2017
A celebratory month for the Albert Schweitzer Institute
Quinnipiac University’s Albert Schweitzer Institute had a number of accomplishments this month. Not only did the state of Connecticut make Feb. 13, 2016, Albert Schweitzer Institute Day, but its executive director, David Ives, was nominated for a...
- Posted February 18, 2016
Professor’s Photography on Display at Albert Schweitzer Institute
Biomedical Science Professor Lisa Cuchara has two photographs on display at the Albert Schweitzer Institute. The pieces can be found in the “Beauty and Wonder of Nature” Art Exhibit. Her work, the Great Blue Herons Courting and...
- Posted April 30, 2014
Submitted artwork to be showcased
Today is the final day to submit an art piece for the Beauty and Wonder of Nature Art Exhibit. The Albert Schweitzer Institute and the QU Sustainability Committee are looking for photos, paintings, drawings and poems to...
- Posted February 12, 2014
Students mingle in Poland with Nobel Prize winners
Twelve students and four professors traveled to Poland to attend the 2013 World Summit of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates on Oct. 19 through Oct. 26 with the Albert Schweitzer Institute. The students arrived in Warsaw, Poland and...
- Posted October 30, 2013
Inside the mind of an alternative spring breaker
Name: Charlie Doe Year: Sophomore Major: English Destination: Leon, Nicaragua Who did you go with? Did you meet any interesting people? The Albert Schweitzer Institute sent 28 students from all grades including five leaders and some faculty....
- Posted March 27, 2013
President of Institute for Human Education comes to QU
Quinnipiac University is welcoming President of Institute for Human Education Zoe Weil for the Albert Schweitzer Institute’s sponsored lecture “The Interconnectedness of All Life: Animal Welfare, Environmental Preservation and Human Rights” on Feb. 5 at 7 p.m....
- Posted January 31, 2013
Albert Schweitzer Institute to host screening of “Peaceable Kingdom: the Journey Home”
The Albert Schweitzer Institute will host a screening of “Peaceable Kingdom: the Journey Home,” an award-winning documentary that focuses on the ethical struggles of farmers, on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in Buckman Theater. Filmmakers Jenny Stein...
- Posted October 18, 2012
Venturelli, Gleeson get Nobel experience [Document]
Louis Venturelli and Giana Gleeson prepared themselves for an eye-opening experience when they traveled to Japan. Even then, they got a lot more than they bargained for.
- Posted November 17, 2010