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All posts tagged "Poland"
Bobcats around the world: Polish prodigy
When looking out on the Quinnipiac field hockey turf, many eyes will turn to see a new face in the No. 8 jersey with a tattoo on the left shoulder, standing tall above the other players. If...
- Posted September 11, 2018
Quinnipiac looks to expand Central European Institute programs
Quinnipiac is looking to expand their global business outreach by digging into the niche Central Europe market. In 2008, the university began the program by founding the István Széchenyi Chair in International Economics to begin relations in...
- Posted February 6, 2018
Novak family gives $1 million to QU
The university received a $1 million donation last week from Pete and Kasia Novak for the Novak Family Polish Chair. This gift was matched by the university, meaning the chair has $2 million to its name. The...
- 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
This Is Me: Teaching Freedom From Experience
When the military threw gas bombs through the doorway of her classroom in 1988, Ewa Callahan stood alert, listening intently as her professor guided students toward a back entrance. As they were ushered through a wall, Callahan...
- Posted October 10, 2012
This is me: Holocaust survivor
From the time Mira Binford was 1 year old, she and her Jewish family were forced to flee bombs and the first attacks German troops made on Poland.
- Posted October 19, 2011