The Quinnipiac Chronicle

VISION: PT, OT students run New Haven Clinic

Neliana Ferraro

February 20, 2013

Quinnipiac physical therapy and occupational therapy students are putting their learning into practice by running a clinic on the North Haven campus. Volunteers in Service Impacting Our Neighborhood, or VISION, is a student-run...

School of Education to host lecture next Tuesday

Katherine Rojas

October 10, 2012

The “Powerful Teaching for Social Justice in City Schools” will have Dr. Ernest Morrell, director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) at Teachers College, Columbia University. The School of Education will...

School of Medicine granted accreditation

Katherine Rojas

October 10, 2012

The School of Medicine can now begin recruiting its first class for Fall 2013 after receiving two endorsements last week. The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine was granted the medical school preliminary accreditation by the...

BREAKING: 2 employees hospitalized after chemical spill on North Haven campus

Katherine Rojas

September 19, 2012

A chemical spill in Building 4 on the North Haven Campus led to a building evacuation and two employees hospitalized for observation, according to John Morgan, associate vice president for public relations. Around 2 p.m. today, the university received a report of a chemical spill causing a gas to b...

To be continued

Katherine Rojas

September 6, 2012

Although the university has more changes planned for the Mount Carmel campus, Vice President of Facilities & Capital Planning Salvatore Filardi says it won’t be for another two to five years. “There’s nothing planned...

North Haven campus tobacco-free

Staci Canny

August 29, 2012

This past summer, Quinnipiac announced its goal of becoming a tobacco-free campus, aimed at reducing exposure to the negative health risks of second-hand smoke. The policy must be abided by students, faculty, employees and visitors....

Construction update

Staci Canny

May 2, 2012

While a carefree summer is just around the corner for Quinnipiac students, the university is in the midst of preparing for a busy summer full of construction and renovations. Buildings across the Mount Carmel and North Have...

Medical school opens next summer

MacKenzie Malone

April 18, 2012

The future home of the School of Medicine in the North Haven campus should be complete by the summer of 2013, according to facilities. Construction on the Health Profession Center at Quinnipiac’s North Haven Campus, designed...

Library solves printing problem

Katherine Rojas

September 14, 2011

Students rushing to the Arnold Bernhard Library to print out a paper before class, just to be let down by an error or paper jam, is known to be a common occurrence. But over the summer the library was outfitted with three new printers, plus two new multifunction devices, ...