KamletWelcome to the School of Communications.

Whether you're using your phone to watch the latest viral video, grabbing an update on the latest news, or taking advantage of the ad from your favorite store, the world of communications is all in the palm of your hands, or on your wrist, or in a virtual reality world that makes you part of the action. All of that content is being created by a new generation that relies on video, creative digital design, and information that is relevant to their lives. They want it fast and they want it now.

This may be the most exciting time to be in communications in human history. If you're interested in public relations, advertising and integrated communications, interactive digital design, film, television and media arts, media studies, or journalism, the School of Communications has a program for you. We'll help you gain the solid educational background and technical skills to thrive in a rapidly changing multimedia world.

Our fully HD, all-digital McMahon Communications Center and Mac labs outfitted with the latest software allow students to learn in a cutting-edge facility that equals or exceeds the standards of industry. Our award-winning faculty brings their real-world experience into the classroom. And our internship program gives students the opportunity to apply what they've learned in a professional setting. Want more?  Spend a semester in our QU in LA program, which allows you to work, study and enjoy the culture and environment of Los Angeles.

At Quinnipiac University's School of Communications, we have it all. Come join us!

Lee Kamlet
Dean of the School of Communications

About the Dean
An Emmy Award-winning producer, Kamlet has extensive broadcast journalism experience, having served as head writer for ABC News' "World News with Diane Sawyer" and "World News with Charles Gibson." Before that, Kamlet was a producer for "Dateline NBC," ABC News' "Primetime Live" and various ABC News specials.

While working as a producer for "Dateline NBC," Kamlet won three Emmy Awards for the stories, "The Long Way Home: The Return of Elizabeth Smart," "No Greater Love: The Story of Flight 93" and "The Killing at Columbine."

In 2010, he won a Writers Guild of America Award for "Outstanding Script for Television News Regularly Scheduled, Bulletin or Breaking Report." As a producer at ABC World News with Peter Jennings, he also won an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Journalism award for the series, "Children in Crisis."

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