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Shifted Pace

Got an IM from someone checking in a few weeks back. He had gathered that my work had “changed pace.” I wondered what that meant, and he suggested that I had slowed down. Now, I am naturally lazy–a trait I am trying to more actively cultivate, but I gather he had figured that because I […]
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One of the programs I teach in is run, at least partially, under the auspices of QU Online. I noticed this week that QU Online had started tweeting. Cool! But when I looked at the content of the tweet, not-so-cool: Quinnipiac University offers online master’s degree programs as well as online certificate programs for students. […]
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The MS grad’s job

One of the questions the faculty in the Interactive Communication program at Quinnipiac discuss is the sort of jobs people do when finished with the program. I don’t think we have a set job in mind, but this posting out of the Obama administration comes close: New Media Director of an Agency The New Media […]
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Quinnipiac “making a name for itself”

No, I’m not talking about the arrest of three of our students for making racist threats against African-American students on campus. Rather, I’m quoting from a recent New York Times editorial, which begins People who follow politics know Quinnipiac University as the home of the polling institute that bears its name. But lately it has […]
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