We hosted live sessions throughout April and May to connect you with faculty and students across several of our majors. Sessions were archived and are available for viewing.
On March 28, we hosted a live discussion to connect recently admitted members of #BobcatNation with faculty from the School of Engineering. Participants had the opportunity to hear from and ask questions directly to current students, faculty and administrators about academics, distinctions, internships, career development and student life.
Justin Kile, PhD
Dean, School of Engineering
BS in Industrial Engineering
Admitted students met with and asked questions of industrial engineering professors and students.
BA or BS in Computer Science and BS in Software Engineering programs
Faculty and current students discussed the computer science and software engineering programs and answered questions.
BS in Civil Engineering
Admitted students met with John Greenleaf, program director, and other civil engineering faculty and students about the civil engineering program.
BS in Mechanical Engineering
Admitted students were invited to ask questions about the mechanical engineering program.
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Engineering career development
John Bau, director of career development for the School of Engineering, answered questions about jobs, internships and overall career planning resources available to Quinnipiac Engineering students in this live Zoom conference.
Professor Melissa A. Kaplan and current students hosted an interactive Q&A session for admitted students to learn about the Quinnipiac Honors Program.
Dual-Degree BA or BS/MS in Cybersecurity (4+1) program
Admitted students joined us for an overview of the 4+1 dual-degree MS in Cybersecurity program, in which students can obtain both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in five years or less.
5th Annual Projects Day
We showcased and celebrated our students’ achievements and shared their work through live Zoom sessions. Projects Day, a day designed to showcase and celebrate our students’ achievements. For our seniors, this day is the culmination of their journey from high school to a career as an engineering or computer science professional.