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All posts tagged "school of communications"
Communications dean focused on progress
With one semester under his belt as the School of Communications (SoC) dean, Mark Contreras already made an impact. Contreras was attracted to Quinnipiac due to the university’s serious communications program, as well as its history of...
- Posted February 6, 2018
School of Communications dean to retire
Dean of the School of Communications Lee Kamlet plans to retire at the end of this academic year, approaching his sixth anniversary at the university in April, after a 32-year career in broadcast journalism. Michael Baird, a...
- Posted November 9, 2016
Center of Communications and Engineering to be revamped
Changes are coming to the Center for Communications and Engineering (CCE) at the university. “The plan is to have all the facilities for the School of Communications in this building , which...
- Posted October 27, 2016
My major is not fake
As a major in the School of Communications, I am constantly told my major is an effortless way to get through college and the key to unemployment. I am an interactive digital design, or IDD major, I...
- Posted March 9, 2016
Honors student. Son. Brother. Coach. Friend. No matter what he did, Nathan Orsini touched many lives in his 21 years of life. Nathan was a member of the School of Communications and the University Honors Program. He...
- Posted December 9, 2015
Professor McLaughlin remembered
A foreign correspondent, well-respected faculty member and friend, Bill McLaughlin passed away from cardiac arrest on March 7 at 76 years old in a Waterbury hospital. He was visiting the United States from France, where he and...
- Posted March 26, 2014
West coast wishes
A new School of Communication’s internship program may make students’ dreams of working and living in Los Angeles a reality for this upcoming summer. The School of Communications and School of Business are working together to create...
- Posted September 19, 2013
QU hopes to continue to grow with largest freshmen class
With an overwhelming number of 1,835 students, this year’s freshmen class is now the largest that Quinnipiac University has seen, and this may not be the largest for much longer. Quinnipiac is expanding each year, according to...
- Posted September 5, 2013
Internship red flags: how to spot a dud before you commit
‘Tis the season to scour indeed.com and pass on resumes to prospective employers. The summer internship hunt is in full swing and internship positions are going like hotcakes. But before going application crazy on Career Connections, there...
- Posted March 27, 2013
Mash up the media with SoC
The time for internship hunting and networking has come, and the School of Communications’ second annual Media MashUp can help make it a smooth transition. With nearly 50 companies looking to hire at the career fair, it...
- Posted February 27, 2013
School of Communications defends film equipment
Administrators, faculty and students in the School of Communications offered their defense and reaction to a recent letter to the editor published anonymously in the Chronicle’s Nov. 14 issue. The letter wrote about the recent guest speaker,...
- Posted December 5, 2012
QU planning LA program
Los Angeles is home to more than 3 million people, but the city may soon play host to more than a few Bobcats. Quinnipiac University is in the “exploratory stage” of creating a semester-long internship program in...
- Posted November 7, 2012
Sports journalism masters degree coming soon
The School of Communications is set to offer a master’s degree in sports journalism. This move will make Quinnipiac the second university in the nation to offer such a degree. Assuming approval from the faculty senate and...
- Posted October 30, 2012
Removing the blue tarp
The class of 2016 was greeted with new paths and a clear quad, while the rest of the student body was thankful to see its campus back. Many students found it relieving to see green instead of...
- Posted August 29, 2012