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Why School of Communications?

In their Words

Finding success in the classroom and on the field

In their words

Savanna Reilly ’16, MBA '17, worked diligently — both in the classroom and on the field. Reilly, who helped usher our field hockey team into the BIG EAST tournament in 2017, became a leading scorer on the team, and a star recruit among employers — securing a competitive position more than a year before she graduated.

What Our Graduates Are Doing

Where are they now?

Director of operations at ABC News; VP/creative director at Viacom; senior director of game entertainment with the NFL Arizona Cardinals; manager of Corporate Communications at Alexion Pharmaceuticals, plus an Emmy Award-winning director of photography — these are just a few of the alumni who serve on the School of Communications Advisory Board, a group of industry insiders and veterans working to help maximize the school’s impact in the world of communications. From anchor desks and news rooms to boutique digital design firms,  corporate communications offices, powerful sports networks in Connecticut, and the leading public relations firms in New York City, Quinnipiac graduates are working and making a difference.

 

Examples of Where Our Graduates Work

Allison + Partners

CBS Corporation

CNN

Discovery Communications

Edelman

ESPN, Inc.

Fox Networks

Golf Channel

Hearst Media

Hunter Public Relations

Live Nation

Makovsky Integrated Communications

Marina Maher Communications

NBC Universal

News 12 Networks

NFL Films

NFL Networks

Regional News Network (RNN)

Sony Pictures Entertainment

Subway World Headquarters

Viacom

The Walt Disney World Company

WHDH-TV

WTNH-TV

Featured Alumni

Rising morning star

An internship in Washington, D.C., as a production assistant with Fox News Channel led to a job for Carley Shimkus ’09. She’s now an associate producer for Fox Business and Fox News.

She began her career working on the Imus radio show.

“I learned a lot from him,” she said. “He’s an expert interviewer who listens to his guests when they talk and asks questions others might miss.”

Recently, she regularly makes appearances on "Fox and Friends."

Carley Shimkus:: associate producer for "Imus in the Morning::" on the set in New York City. January 29:: 2013

A golden opportunity

Carley Shimkus '09 works as the associate producer for Fox Business Network.

“It’s definitely a love-what-you-do job. There are a lot of weekends and nights in sports. If you love what you do, the hours won’t bother you.”
Tim Beach ’90
Senior Director of Game Entertainment for the Arizona Cardinals

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