QUINCY UNIVERSITY WELCOMES NEW PROVOST AND VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Quincy University welcomes Dr. Sarah Vordtriede-Patton as QU’s new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. She assumed the role on July 1. Vordtriede-Patton will
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QU HISTORY PROFESSOR ATTENDS SEMINAR IN MILITARY HISTORY OF WORLD WAR II AT THE NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MUSEUM

Matthew Ward, PhD, assistant professor of history, received the prestigious honor of being selected as one of 20 fellows to participate in the 2023 Summer
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QU ANNOUNCES RECORD QU FUND RESULTS

Quincy University has surpassed its annual QU Fund drive goal of $1.3 million for the 2022-2023 year. Including gifts to endowment and restricted gifts, the
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QU HONORS RETIRED VPAA AND PHILOSOPHY PROFESSOR TERESA REED

Quincy University honors retired Vice President for Academic Affairs and philosophy professor, Teresa Reed, PhD. Reed retired at the end of this academic year after
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QU ART PROFESSOR ROBERT LEE MEJER RECEIVES MULTIPLE ART EXHBITION SELECTIONS

Several works of Robert Lee Mejer, distinguished professor of art, have been selected for international and national art exhibitions. Mejer’s watercolor “Take PC#18-Revisited” was selected
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QU ANNOUNCES BISHOP’S SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

Quincy University has announced Delaney Ringenberg as the 2023 Bishop’s Scholarship recipient. Ringenberg graduated from Quincy Senior High School this spring and will begin at
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QUINCY UNIVERSITY ADDS STUNT AS WOMEN’S VARSITY SPORT

The Quincy University athletic department is proud to add STUNT as its 27th varsity sport and 13th women’s sport. The Hawks will have their inaugural
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QU and JWCC Sign Articulation Agreements

The presidents of Quincy University and John Wood Community College signed articulation agreements designed to smooth the transfer process for students wishing to begin their
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QUINCY UNIVERSITY RELEASES SPRING 2023 DEAN’S LIST

Quincy University released its Dean’s List for the Spring 2023 semester. Honorees must earn a semester grade point average of at least 3.5 (on a
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