Press Releases from February of 2022

Fairfield University’s School of Engineering Launches MS in Biomedical Engineering

In response to the rapidly growing demand for biomedical engineers across industries – from government to private sector to non-profit – Fairfield University will launch a 30-credit Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering program in fall 2022.

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Quick Center to Host Michael Eric Dyson and John H. McWhorter, March 8

The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts will host an in-person conversation on the topics of race and social justice, titled “Race, Liberty & Justice: Diverging Perspectives with Eyes on the Prize,” featuring prominent academics and public intellectuals Michael Eric Dyson, PhD, and John H. McWhorter, PhD.

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Classic Jazz on Two Pianos With Stephanie Trick and Paolo Alderighi, Feb. 27

Fairfield University’s Quick Center will present the talented and highly successful piano duo Stephanie Trick and Paolo Alderighi for a jazz-inspired Sunday afternoon.

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Special Discussion: The Basics of Intellectual Property and Transactions Relating

Special Discussion: The Basics of Intellectual Property and Transactions Relating is made possible with support from Fairfield’s School of Engineering and Inventors Association of Connecticut.

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Live at the Quick Center: One-Night-Only Performance of Humans 2.0 by Circa, Feb. 17

Fairfield’s Quick Center will welcome the circus back to town on Feb. 17 with a not-to-be-missed performance of acrobatic feats by the internationally acclaimed troupe, Circa.

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Kris Sealey, PhD, Wins 2022 Nicolás Cristóbal Guillén Batista Outstanding Book Award

Fairfield University philosophy professor's latest book, Creolizing the Nation (Northwestern UP, 2020), has been honored by the Caribbean Philosophical Association’s annual prize.

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