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Bobcat Bound

May 12 issue

Recognized Among the Top

Best National University

U.S. News & World Report named Quinnipiac among the best national universities in the nation.

Best College

The Princeton Review ranked Quinnipiac among the top 387 colleges in the country.

Top College

Forbes recognized Quinnipiac as one of America's Top Colleges.

Your Future Is Bright

In addition to this growth potential, statistics highlight the career benefits of completing your bachelor's:

16% Job Growth

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the demand for healthcare positions will grow by 16% through 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations.

75% Fastest Growing Fields

Additional BLS data shows that three-quarters of the fastest growing fields in the country are health care related.

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$425K Average Earnings Increase

Leveraging PayScale projections, the average increase in earnings over a 25-year span for an BS in Health Science Studies holder is $425,000 over that of someone with an AS in Health Sciences.

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Get to Know Your Fellow Bobcats

Khalilah Brown-Dean

Khalilah Brown-Dean

Associate Professor of Political Science

Senior Director for Inclusive Excellence

There are many voices at Quinnipiac — and Khalilah Brown-Dean’s can be heard weekly on NPR during her weekly podcast, “Disrupted.” She serves as the senior director for inclusive excellence and has been championing implementation of Quinnipiac’s Actions to Advance Racial Justice.

Molly Qerim Rose

Molly Qerim Rose, MS ’08

Host of First Take, ESPN’s Live Weekday Morning Show

Molly Qerim Rose developed the skills to have a successful career on the national level through our graduate journalism program. Prior to joining ESPN, the Quinnipiac alumna worked as an anchor and reporter for the NFL Network, hosting NFL AM and NFL Fantasy Live from 2012 to 2015.

Bari Peyser

Bari Peyser, MHS ’21

Physician Assistant Education Association Fellow

Bari Peyser, MHS ’21, has demonstrated a strong commitment to becoming a physician assistant, as well as serving as a role model to her peers. For her efforts, she has been selected by the Physician Assistant Education Association for the 2020-21 Student Health Policy Fellowship cohort.

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