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Media Relations

Quinnipiac's media relations team is connected with journalists and news outlets in the neighborhood and around the world, sharing inspiring stories from students, faculty and staff, and responding to media inquiries about Quinnipiac. If you're interested in connecting with a member of Quinnipiac's network, please contact us.

 

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John Morgan
Associate Vice President for Public Relations

203-582-5359 (office)
203-206-4449 (mobile)
john.morgan@qu.edu

John Pettit
Associate Director of Public Relations

203-582-8580 (office)
203-415-7370 (mobile)
john.pettit@qu.edu

Latest News

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Quinnipiac Law celebrates deep bench of alumni among Connecticut jurists

In a significant first for the university, Quinnipiac recognized and honored the professional success and important service of alumni serving on the state bench, by hosting an impressive gathering of Connecticut judges, magistrates, and commissioners who received their legal education at the School of Law.

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Quinnipiac University Poll

Frequently cited by journalists, public officials and researchers, the Quinnipiac University Poll is widely regarded for its accuracy and reliability. We regularly survey residents in Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and nationwide about state and national elections and issues of public concern, such as schools, taxes, transportation, municipal services and the environment. 

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In the News

‘Are we asking the wrong questions about ChatGPT?’

April 15, 2024

J.T. Torres, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Adam Nemeroff, director of instructional design and technology, writes that the question isn’t so much whether AI will replace other kinds of intelligence, but rather, how it will augment our thinking.

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Paul Krugman cites the Quinnipiac Poll in The New York Times

March 18, 2024

Krugman, who has been a columnist for The New York Times since 2000 and is a distinguished professor at the City University of New York Graduate Center, cited the results of swing-state polls being conducted Quinnipiac.

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‘Kamala Harris in Selma to mark 59th commemoration of Bloody Sunday’

March 03, 2024

"Good Morning America" cited a Quinnipiac Poll about the percentage of Americans who believe they received a full and accurate account of African Americans' role in the U.S.

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Trump polling the best in his political career because of Biden’s ‘enfeebled state’: Rich Lowry

February 04, 2024

Fox News Channel cited the Quinnipiac Poll on "Fox News Sunday" as a "very-well respected" polling organization, when discussing this year's presidential election.

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Stephen Colbert cites the Quinnipiac Poll on 'The Late Show'

February 03, 2024

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," cited the results of the January 31 poll showing the anticipated matchup between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.

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‘Meet the 25-year-old social media manager behind Elmo’s viral post’

January 31, 2024

Christina Vittas ’20, an advertising and integrated communications alumna, reflects on the experience of crafting Elmo's viral post on X that reached more than 210 million people.

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‘21 Cheap Foods to Buy if You’re Broke or on a Budget’

January 16, 2024

Dana White, a clinical professor of athletic training and sports medicine, a clinical associate professor of health science studies, and a sports dietitian, at Quinnipiac, recommends frozen vegetables when your pantry and refrigerator inventory is running low.

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‘How Gen Z feels about working from home’

November 14, 2023

Quinto Melnick, a finance major in the School of Business, was quoted in the November 14 Wall Street Journal column, “How Gen Z feels about working from home.”

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University at a glance

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Quinnipiac is a private, coeducational university in Southern New England where students receive an educational experience that’s both personal and challenging from faculty who care deeply about student outcomes. Our three campuses are located in Hamden and North Haven, Connecticut. We offer more than 100 programs to an estimated 7,000 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate students.

We provide the knowledge and tools you need to make an impact in any field you choose. We focus exclusively on the professions. We deliver extraordinarily well-prepared professionals through a combination of market-driven knowledge and expertise, a world-sized classroom, academic innovation and effectiveness, and the quintessential student experience. Our approach is unique in higher education and our network of nearly 50,000 alumni and their success prove the value of a Quinnipiac education every day.

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