Learn about The Green Jobs Training Program, which introduces
participants to the principles of sustainability and
provides the necessary skills to work for companies
that have or want to develop a green focus.
Come and meet the faculty in Biology, Political Science, and Psychology; learn about the diverse programs offered in these areas of study.
Bernard Freamon is a professor of law at Seton Hall Univeristy. He received his J.D. from Rutgers University and LL.M. and J.S.D. degrees from Columbia University School of Law.
This 1977 American television miniseries was based on Alex Haley's novel, Roots: The Saga of an American Family. Receiving unprecedented Nielsen ratings when it aired, Roots went on to garner nine Emmys, a Golden Globe and Peabody Award.
The Department of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (RN Program) wishes to announce that it will host a site review February 21-23, 2012.
This traveling exhibition from the Staten Island Museum highlights Staten Island's African American community by looking at representative entreprenures.
Denim & Chrome by noted New York City photographer Darius Vick is an exhibit of 20 black & white photographs illustrating black bikers in America. The exhibit is part of CWE's celebration of Black History Month.
Part of Black History Month celebration at City Tech.
The Art Program of the Department of Performing Arts opens its
Art Club Exhibit. Members of the Art Club curate a group
exhibition of student work.
Psychology student please submit your abstract research
paper to be presented for the convention (April 1,2012)
Please go to www.quinnipiac.edu/neuron
to submit the papers
DEADLINE MARCH 9 AT 5:00 PM