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Quinnipiac poll finds governor’s race too close to call

Meanwhile, in the Connecticut U.S. Senate race, Democratic incumbent Sen. Chris Murphy still leads Republican challenger and business owner Matthew Corey by double digits.

People’s United donating $5M to Quinnipiac U., gets naming rights of...

Quinnipiac will match the $5 million donation and move its universitywide banking to People’s United for the 10-year term coinciding with the agreement.

Doctors of Distinction honors best in Fairfield County medicine

The awards, presented to 10 doctors and a future urologist, were co-sponsored by Westfair, publisher of the Fairfield County Business Journal, Westchester County Business Journal and WAG magazine; Stamford Health; Yale New Haven Health; St. Vincent’s Medical Center; business management consultancy Sandler Training; The Bristal assisted living centers; Corporate Audiovisual Services; and Val’s Putnam Wine & Liquors.

Doctors of Distinction ceremony serves up praise and laughs

Dr. Patricia Calayag of Greenwich Hospital scored the evening’s strongest laugh when accepting her Caring for All Award.

Cottrell joins Quinnipiac University

Robert D. Cottrell of Monroe was appointed as director of the pathologists’ assistant program and clinical assistant professor of biomedical sciences at Quinnipiac University in...

Quinnipiac physics professor analyzes ‘deflategate’

Erik Kubik, assistant professor of physics at Quinnipiac University, comments on the controversy.

Quinnipiac launches women’s business center

An initiative begun in 2007 is now a full-fledged effort.

Survey finds institutional investors bullish on hedge funds

A Quinnipiac University survey shines a light on the plans of U.S.-based institutional investors, who together manage $1.12 trillion.

Quinnipiac University debuts new law school facility

The North Haven campus opens a 154,749-square-foot building that includes a library, courtrooms, classrooms and space for career development.

Quinnipiac poll gauges marijuana acceptance in Colorado

A survey by the Hamden-based university finds support for use of the drug in private settings but not in bars where alcohol is served.

Malloy wins highest approval rating yet

Following the February blizzard and gun-control debates, job approval ratings for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy have reached their highest point yet, according to a recent poll.

Poll: ‘Overwhelming’ support for tighter gun laws

More than two in three Connecticut voters surveyed as part of a new Quinnipiac University poll support a stronger assault weapons ban, a ban on high-capacity magazines and stronger permit requirements.

Skeptics question ethics watchdog’s independence

Elected officials and advocates for government accountability remained skeptical in the state’s ethics watchdog’s ability to function independently, despite Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s vote of confidence.

Quinnipiac med school readies for ’13 opening

Quinnipiac University is opening a new medical school to train and hopefully retain primary care physicians in Connecticut.