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Reflecting on 9/11

As we pause to remember the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, we reflect on the significance of the day and how it affects members of our Quinnipiac family — and invite you to share your memories and thoughts.

Remembering our alumni

We remember the lives of Frank H. Brennan ’72, James C. Cappers ’92 and Timothy C. Kelly ’85 and the indelible marks they left on the Quinnipiac community.

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In Their Words

The reflecting pool and skyline of NY at the 9/11 memorial
University community reflects on 9/11 — and the day’s significance
We invited members of the university community to reflect on the significance of the attacks of September 11, 2001 — and the time that followed — on their lives and in their respective industries. Here is what they said:
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What It Was Like

ELizabeth Brown familiarizes area educators on the benefits of Google application during the School of Education Professional Development Day

Administrator reflects on seeing 9/11 attacks up close

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Cindy Christie's family photo

Dean reflects on what she almost lost — and almost never had — on 9/11

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Ray Foery

Professor reflects on the class that required no words … just presence

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Sean Duffy

Considering all that was lost on 9/11 — and the years that followed

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Headshot of Madison Morris

Student reflects on impact 9/11 had on her life

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John Bau, Director of Career Development for the School of Engineering at Quinnipiac University.

Continuing to honor the victims and heroes of 9/11 — 20 years later

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Journalism professor Ben Bogardus smiles as his students surround him during class

Professor launches podcast on the journalists behind the 9/11 coverage

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Headshot of Stefano Fasulo

Administrator walks the extra mile to help first-responders

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Honoring a Legacy

The Mascali family salute the flag on the ice at Quinnipiac.
The family who gave Quinnipiac the Heroes Hat ... and so much more
The university knows Joseph Mascali’s helmet as the prized trophy in one of the most spirited rivalry games in college hockey — but to three alumni, it will always honor their dad.
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Changing Perspectives

QU EMS Members, Charles Dunn, Vanessa Infante and Heidi Reinemann standing outside of their Club Car.

University first responders reflect on significance of 9/11

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Beth Larkins-Strathy, associate dean of education

Reflecting on how 9/11 changed education and a generation

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Lisa Rebeschi, associate dean of the School of Nursing

Nurses step up to unprecedented challenge on 9/11

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Hillary Haldane, director of general education

Anthropology professor sees our common humanity as a means of preventing a future event like 9/11

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Sal Bondoc

9/11 changed the way occupational therapy is practiced

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Jeff Cooper

9/11 forced the legal profession to rethink worst-case scenario

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