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Classroom to Career prepares students for life beyond college

Submitted by Carolyn Arnold, Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications on May 22, 2013

What can you do with a liberal arts degree these days? Anything you want, according to Fairfield University’s new Classroom to Career initiative, a

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Math professor Laura McSweeney, named Teacher of the Year

Submitted by Carolyn Arnold, Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications on December 5, 2012

Dr. Laura McSweeney, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, a popular and respected College of Arts and Scienc

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College of Arts and Sciences celebrates student scholars

Submitted by Carolyn Arnold, Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications on May 23, 2012

By Meredith Guinness In a tradition that dates back more than 30 years, Fairfield University recently recognized some of its top scholars at the Ar

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Could the gentle flap of a butterfly wing in China set off a tornado in Texas?

Submitted by Meredith Guinness, Assistant Director, Media Relations on November 21, 2011

Even those who don’t study mathematics have probably heard this meteorological conundrum: Could the gentle flap of a butterfly wing in China set off

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