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All posts tagged "college of arts and sciences"
CAS in crisis
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is responsible for teaching most of the core classes at Quinnipiac, but is also at the core of the problems facing the university. Currently, Quinnipiac does not have enough faculty...
- Posted October 30, 2018
From classroom to candidacy
Quinnipiac legal studies professor, Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox, is applying her political expertise to the real-world and is running for office in the upcoming midterm election. Gadkar-Wilcox is running as a Democratic candidate for the Trumbull State Representative of...
- Posted September 25, 2018
Are you career ready?
Many students come to Quinnipiac with a specific end goal in mind – to have a job upon graduation. Depending on a student’s major, there are various opportunities and resources available to help guide them along this...
- Posted September 4, 2018
University announces commencement speakers
It’s a moment four years in the making, a moment that induces both excitement and fear in the minds of students. Graduation: The gateway to the true adult world. Though all ceremonies differ between universities, there is...
- Posted April 12, 2017
English Department embraces the arts
English 102 Theater is in its tenth year as a course at Quinnipiac. The course, as the name implies, incorporates the English 102 curriculum with a focus on theater. “I didn’t even know it was around last...
- Posted September 28, 2016
Adjunct professor passes away
Cheryl Wahl, an adjunct professor who taught history and First-Year Seminar, passed away on Dec. 14 after a battle with cancer. Wahl, 47, taught at Quinnipiac for 10 years. Wahl, was diagnosed with colorectal cancer on Feb....
- Posted December 16, 2015
BREAKING: CAS evacuated after reported fire
The College of Arts and Sciences was evacuated this morning after a reported fire in the basement of CAS1. Some students and teachers who were in the building reported seeing smoke coming from the basement. The Hamden...
- Posted December 5, 2014
Smaller budgets, fewer classes
By Nicole Hanson and Sarah Doiron With decreases in course budgets and sections, the sizes of classes are growing, especially in the College of Arts and Sciences. Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Robert...
- Posted November 19, 2014
CAS publishes journal
The College of Arts and Sciences published “Double Helix: A Journal of Critical Thinking and Writing,” a journal that supports the university’s Learning Paradigm initiative, according to Paul Pasquaretta, research and writing institute coordinator. The annual journal...
- Posted October 8, 2013
Guest radio producer
The Senior Producer of WNPR’s “Where We Live” Catie Talarski will speak to students tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in SC 119. Talarski will discuss creativity and the arts as part of the Creative Writing Program’s Morning Yawp...
- Posted October 1, 2013
RAVE: The Bird on the Walk to CAS
Step aside, Boomer, there’s a new mascot on campus. His name is, well, he doesn’t have a name right now. I’d like to call him Sir Giggles—simply because it’s silly and makes no sense. For some bizarre...
- Posted October 31, 2012
College of Arts and Sciences undergoes curriculum change
The core university curriculum for undergraduate students may be soon undergoing some changes. Although the specific changes are still being worked out, Senior Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs Dr. Mark Thompson assures that there are...
- Posted October 17, 2012