Interpreting Students to Perform in Quincy Community Theatre's Tarzan

Interpreting Students to Perform in Quincy Community Theatre’s Tarzan

Quincy University’s sign language interpretation students will perform in the Quincy Community Theatre’s (QCT) upcoming production of Tarzan, February 9-12, 2017. With special approval from
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Robert Mejer

Quincy University Art Professor’s Work Selected for Exhibitions

Quincy University Distinguished Professor of Art, Robert Lee Mejer, has been invited, as 1 of 30 American Watercolorists, to exhibit his watercolor Take PC#47 in
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QU Invites QHS Students to Experience College Life During QPS Teacher Strike

Quincy University is offering Quincy Senior High School (QHS) students an opportunity to continue their studies during the Quincy Public Schools teachers strike. QHS students
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Quincy University Announces $1M Gift From Anonymous Donor

Quincy University has made significant progress towards its $7M financial recovery fundraising campaign with the announcement of a $1M investment from an anonymous donor. The
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photo of the skyhawks 2016

Skyhawks Take Flight in Competition

The Quincy University Skyhawks Flight Team recently completed its third year of competition after a ten-year hiatus. The Skyhawks competed at SAFECON, a weeklong series
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Quincy University MEC Professor Presents at Conference

Quincy University associate professor and Graduate Counseling Program director, Dr. Ken Oliver, recently presented at the Illinois Counseling Association Conference in Springfield, Illinois.  Dr. Oliver
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Christine Damm poses with clarinet at a seminar she presented at.

Quincy University Music Professor Presents at Conference

Quincy University assistant professor of music, Dr. Christine Damm, presented a lecture at the Iowa Music Educator’s Association Convention in Ames, Iowa this past November.
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Ian Heinze

Quincy University Student Published by National Organization

Quincy University sophomore, Ian Heinze, was recently published by the National Alzheimer’s Association for a story he wrote about his grandma, who has had Alzheimer’s
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: Greeks Fill the Wagon for Juvenile Diabetes

Greeks Fill the Wagon for Juvenile Diabetes

Quincy University’s Fraternity, Delta Tau Delta – Iota Delta Chapter, has raised a record amount of funds for the chapter’s philanthropy, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
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