Claude Mayo, Director of Academic Integrity
The Office of Academic Integrity serves as the central office for all academic integrity administration in Quinnipiac University's College of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Business, Communications, Computing and Engineering, Education, Health Sciences and Nursing. The office provides consistent advocacy, education and preservation of the academic community present at Quinnipiac.
The Office of Academic Integrity is comprised of the director of academic integrity and the Academic Integrity Board. The director of academic integrity is the chief administrator charged with organizing academic integrity efforts in the Quinnipiac community including the intake, processing and management of all reports and the subsequent cases. The Academic Integrity Board is the chief adjudicator of all academic integrity violations.
Corey Kiassat, Professor of Industrial Engineering and Associate Dean of School of Computing and Engineering
Michael Vieth, Senior Instructor of Biology
Designed to help students navigate their first year of study, Bobcat Academy focuses on three key transition areas: succeeding in academics, adjusting to life away from home and building a trustworthy social network of friends, classmates and faculty advisers.
Robert Joven, University Librarian
Our libraries promote a community of intellectual curiosity, strive for excellence in education, and facilitate the pursuit of scholarship through collaboration with students, faculty and staff. Our librarians support students’ academic research and our resources provide a world of knowledge and diversity of viewpoints.
Kafui Kouakou, Assistant Vice President of Career Development and Experiential Learning
At the Career and Experiential Learning Lab, students take an active role in building a comprehensive educational experience that appeals to their interests, hones their skills and strengthens their resumes. Connect with our advisers or leverage our expansive set of tools and resources to determine the right next step in your journey. From identifying degree paths to fine-tuning resumes, preparing for interviews and researching jobs and internships, the Career and Experiential Learning Lab serves as a training ground for students to develop real-world-ready skills that are in demand across every industry.
Jonathan Torres, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is a hub for faculty and staff working to improve the quality of student learning. Improvement develops from infusing the scholarly literature in educational research with creative, critical, and inclusive applications. As a hub, CTL encourages cross-pollination of innovative strategies across our three campuses and professional support systems.
Nick Nicholson, Program Director of First Year Seminar and the Residential Experience
Quinnipiac’s First-Year Seminar (FYS) marks the beginning of the University Curriculum (UC) and students' interdisciplinary education. FYS courses challenge students to tackle complex problems, questions and new ideas found in modern job settings and society as a whole from several unique disciplinary perspectives.
Melissa Kaplan-Charkow, Administrative Director of the Honors Program
Scott McLean, Faculty Director of the Honors Program
The honors program gives you intellectually challenging coursework and purposefully designed experiences that enhance your day-to-day college life while building a foundation for both personal and professional success.
The Office of Institutional Research & Strategy provides the university, school and departmental leadership direct access to comprehensive, useful, and informative data designed to assist them in decision-making, planning, evaluation, operational and strategic initiatives and accreditation.
The office is committed to enabling institutional planning and decision-making by producing and providing annual reports and key strategic planning information. Our team aspires to provide resources that support the institution's strategic planning goals and policy formation and empower informed decision making that aids us in reaching our vision as the University of the Future.
The Learning Commons is home to a rich hub of resources where you will receive guidance on assignments and coursework as you cultivate your individual learning preferences. With locations on both the Mount Carmel and North Haven campuses, the Learning Commons provides a range of educational support and enrichment programs that emphasize student interaction and Quinnipiac’s culture of excellence.
Kate Palumbo, Director of the Office of Student Accessibility
The Office of Student Accessibility, located in the Learning Commons on both campuses, provides students with disabilities equal access to all University activities and programs. Individuals with documented disabilities are connected to the resources and supports needed to achieve equal access. We serve prospective and current students with disabilities affecting mobility, vision, hearing, learning and physical or mental health challenges.
Maureen McCarthy, Executive Director of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs provides customized support for faculty and staff pursuing grants or contracts to support their research, scholarship and programs. ORSP is responsible for the administration of grants, sponsored research and materials transfer agreements.
Claude Mayo, Director of Academic Integrity and Pre-Law Advisor
Anna Gilmore, Director of Prehealth Advising
To enhance students' personal and professional development, pre-professional programs integrate and enhance the undergraduate pre-professional experience. We offer programs, workshops, advising and materials that will help students achieve their ultimate career goals. Through mentoring, our office will help integrate the research, academic, leaderships, clinical and service experiences that students need to successfully apply to professional schools and careers.