Magazine article Matrix: The Magazine for Leaders in Higher Education

New Ventures

Magazine article Matrix: The Magazine for Leaders in Higher Education

New Ventures

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Quinnipiac College, Hamden, Conn., has changed its name to Quinnipiac University.

"Quinnipiac's main goal in changing its name is to communicate more clearly and effectively to the general public our substantial commitment to a graduate education at the master's and first professional degree levels," Quinnipiac President John L. Lahey, said.

Quinnipiac University offers graduate degree programs in biomedical sciences, business administration, cell and molecular biology, education, e-media, forensic nursing, health administration, journalism, advanced physical therapy, and law; and for nurse practitioners, pathologists' assistants, and physician's assistants. Quinnipiac also offers joint J.D/M.B.A. and J.D./M.P.H. degrees.

The Board of Trustees at Mott Community College, Flint. Mich., accepted the bid of Sorenson Gross Construction of Flint to build the college's new $34.7 million Regional Technology Center. Sorenson Gross Construction's bid to build the 191,700-square-foot technology center was the lowest.

Progress of the RTC project can be seen live on Mott Community College's Web site: http://www. mcc.edu. A camera is mounted on top of the Genesys Administration building, north of the future RTC. Additional information about RTC can also be found on MCC's Web site.

The Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology at Loyola College in Maryland has developed a new Master of Science program in Speech Language Pathology specializing in school-aged populations. …

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