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An illustrated portrait of President John L. Lahey with the Mount Carmel Campus in the background

Summer 2019


In this issue, President Judy Olian shares her vision for the University of the Future. Readers can demo the Sloppy Forgeries video game created by Professor Jonah Warren and learn how an interdisciplinary group from Quinnipiac is helping to explore solutions to the opioid crisis. Access the magazine in full at the link below or read each feature article in the sections further down the page.

Feature Stories

Quick on the Draw


Professor Jonah Warren has developed an award-winning video game called Sloppy Forgeries that allows players to replicate famous works of art in 90 seconds using their mouse as a paintbrush.

Portrait of President John L. Lahey on the Mount Carmel Campus
Quinnipiac President Judy Olian pictured smiling with hands folded in her lap during her inauguration ceremony.

New Chapter Begins


President Judy Olian laid out her ambitious plans for the University of the Future during a weeklong series of programs to celebrate her inauguration. Trustees, faculty, students and staff attended the May 1 ceremony and reception that followed.

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Looking for the Fix


In response to the opioid epidemic sweeping the state and nation, Quinnipiac partnered with the Connecticut Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Foundation over the last eight months to brainstorm bold, innovative ways to help people with opioid use disorder.

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Colorful illustration of two doctors cutting the strings around a trapped man holding a hypodermic needle
Business student Megan Martucci smiles in front of the Nasdaq building in New York City

She’s Got G.A.M.E.


Megan Martucci ’18, MBA ’19, directed 40 other School of Business students charged with making the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. (Global Asset Management Education) Forum run like clockwork for the 1,600 students and faculty who came from 50 countries and 46 states.

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Trailblazers


Students from Quinnipiac’s cross country teams joined Professor Luis Arata in locating trees still blocking the trails on Sleeping Giant Mountain as the state park, closed for the last year, prepares to reopen this summer.

View of an upended tree showing the destruction caused by a tornado that went through Sleeping Giant State Park in May 2018

Sections

News


Weldons Give $15M
William Weldon ’71, chairman of Quinnipiac’s Board of Trustees, and his wife, Barbara ’71, have made a $15 million gift to support the initiatives in the new strategic plan, positioning Quinnipiac as “The University of the Future.”

Lords of the Rings
Three alumni who work in communications for the NFL champion New England Patriots can soon flash 7 Super Bowl rings among them.

Ayah Galal
Ayah Galal ’17 is the first reporter/producer at WFSB-Channel 3 and is believed to be the first Connecticut reporter to wear a hijab on the air — it’s part of her identity.

Sports


Going Pro
The men’s hockey team ended its season on a disappointing note, but three players who signed NHL contracts are singing a happy tune.

Alumni


Your News
Check out the wedding and baby photos you submitted and catch up with all the news of your classmates in this section.

Talent Scout
Brittany Hayles ’17 parlayed an internship at Google into a job at the renowned tech giant, and now she’s the one recruiting college students for internships as a diversity staffing specialist at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.

Law
Learn what School of Law alumni are up to on the notes page and read about Maria Eberle, JD ’06, and Lindsay LaCava, JD ’05, partners at Baker McKenzie in New York City.