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School of Communications Preview Days

Get to know the School of Communications with 3 distinctive events hosted by the deans, faculty, alumni and current students. These events were designed to highlight some of the exciting opportunities available to you as a QU student. Each event  featured breakout sessions based on academic interest so you could engage with faculty and fellow students who shared their own QU experiences with you and discussed what is on the horizon for you.

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Preview Day #1

Learn about the student experience from young alums who have recently completed their degrees and launched their careers. Shannon Fitzmaurice ’12, line producer and production manager with WarnerMedia in NYC and Emmy award winner along with Ayah Galal ’17, reporter and producer with WFSB in Hartford, shared their experience as Quinnipiac students. You’ll even hear from one alum who has made it big — we’re talking Academy Award big. Screenwriter and Oscar winner for Best Adapted Screenplay for BlaKkKlansman, David Rabinowitz ’09  shared his experience as well. Hear about student experiences, internships and careers.

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Preview Day #2

This panel allowed participants to experience the kind of discussion they may have during a class in the School of Communications. Each of our communications disciplines discussed the ways in which their industries have connections to the Marvel Universe. Faculty members explored the Marvel empire from the perspectives of storytelling, production, design, entertainment news, societal impact, business influence, advertising promotions, and public relations innovations. 

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3+1 Accelerated Dual-Degree Session

Watch an informal conversation and Q&A with current 3+1 students in the School of Communications. Hear about life in the Learning Living Community, student media and student organizations, workload, transfer credits, and anything else that's on your mind!
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Preview Day #3

Faculty and students in the School of Communications let us show you what we mean when we say we embrace a "world-sized classroom." We talked about full semester away experiences such as study abroad, QU in DC, and QU in LA, shorter term faculty led travel experiences that are tied to course work, and student organizations and internship opportunities. You will learn about the Quinnipiac Film Society's annual trip to the Sundance Film Festival, Professor Diaz' journalism students "Telling Global Stories" in Nicaragua, and Professor Callahan's Holocaust and Film course that includes travel to Poland and the Czech Republic, just to name a few!
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School of Communications

The world of communications is complex, ever-changing and demanding, but also rewarding for those who are well prepared. If you’re up for working in this new dynamic, Quinnipiac is the perfect place to start.

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School of Communications

Chris Roush
Dean, School of Communications

Terry Bloom
Associate Dean, School of Communications

Lila Carney
Director of Career Development, School of Communications