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All posts tagged "professor"
Living the Legend
Though his life has taken him all over New England, adjunct assistant professor of history Philip A. Goduti has always known in his heart that he was meant to be a Bobcat. Goduti was born in New...
- Posted February 22, 2017
Remembering a beloved professor
David King, associate professor of law at Quinnipiac University, passed away on Nov. 15 after battling cancer, according to an email sent out by Jennifer Gerarda Brown, dean of the school of law. King was among the...
- Posted November 25, 2016
The professor with a spark
Six years ago an English professor, who was friends with her husband, asked Professor Engelsgaard to come work at Quinnipiac University. By that time, she had already had a life many would only dream of. Engelsgaard is...
- Posted October 12, 2016
Learn your students’ names
One of the simplest ways to connect with another person is to learn his or her name. It’s an obvious sign of respect to learn and remember it. My whole life I’ve always been bothered if teachers...
- Posted March 2, 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
Professor Wins Publication of the Year Award
Professor Adrienne Betz, Director of Behavioral Neuroscience and Assistant Professor of Psychology, won Publication of the Year Award by Quinnipiac Chapter 299 of Sigma Chi. Her paper “Chronic exposure to benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) alters social interaction...
- Posted April 30, 2014
Requirements for your resume
The job hunt begins with just about 80 days until graduation. Seniors, in addition to your thesis or capstone project, it’s time to work on your resume. In the words of Professor Joseph Catrino, “Your resume is...
- Posted February 26, 2014