Author Archives: Bryce Moore

QU Goes Beyond Service Learning

By Bryce Moore Quincy University is working hard on the recovery plan. The university is listening to several ideas. Some are small and some are what Karl Warma, associate professor of art, would call a “BIG idea.” Jane Meirose, director of the Interpreter Training Program; Ray Heilmann, director of Campus Ministry; Fr. John Doctor, vice president of Mission and Ministry;

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Dot Foods Donates $1.3 Million To QU

Quincy University will soon receive a $1.3 million contribution from Dot Foods, which will help address QU’s current financial situation. A three-pronged plan has been created, which includes cost reductions, increasing tuition revenue, and a $7 million fundraising effort over the next five years. “We are very happy to be able to assist Quincy University with this donation,” Dot Foods

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Registration For Summer Classes

Registration for summer classes will begin on March 27 at 8 a.m. Details on how to register and when are listed below. Make sure you have spoken to your adviser and the Registrar’s office in order to sign up for the correct classes. You can register for classes using the student portal. ONLINE SELF REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER/FALL 2017  Registration Schedule

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QU President Gervasi Resigns

Dr. Robert Gervasi is stepping down as president of Quincy University. He informed the Board of Trustees at the executive meeting on February 25 that he accepted a position to become the new president at Ohio Dominican University. “It has been a tremendous honor to serve QU students and the larger Quincy region. The campus has undergone a dramatic transformation

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QU Professor Exhibits Art In Italy

Quincy University Distinguished Professor of Art, Robert Lee Mejer, has been invited, as 1 of 30 American Watercolorists, to exhibit his watercolor in the International Fabriano (Italy) in Acquarello Convention. “I feel honored to be selected to represent what is best in the United States in the area of painting, particularly in watercolor,” Mejer said. Mejer’s former student, Carole Hughes-Hennessy,

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