Metro Hartford Alliances's 'Pulse of the Region' Radio Show Explores the University of Saint Joseph and its Role in Our Region
National media outlets list Conn College in rankings for entrepreneurship, healthiest campuses
University Of Bridgeport Gets $1.8 Million Grant For Advising Center
Goodwin College Participating in Initiative to Help Nontraditional Learners Gain College Degrees and Credentials
Goodwin College helps students pay tuition through the power of rock, jazz and blues
Four UNH profs. studying ways to reduce pollution in Quinnipiac River
University of Saint Joseph Raises Awareness about Homelessness
Fairfield University Campus Safety Confronts Hazing, Bullying, Sexual Assault and School Shootings
Connecticut College partners with ‘One Book One Region’ initiative
Dr. Julia M. McNamara, Albertus Magnus president for 34 years, will retire on June 30, 2016
Free dental care – no one is turned away at Goodwin College Dental Hygiene Clinic
Sacred Heart Announces School of Communication and Media Arts
The new School of Communication and Media Arts (SCMA) will be located in the cutting edge Frank and Marisa Martire Business & Communications Center, which includes a television studio, a film production soundstage, a motion capture lab, a media theater and multimedia classrooms, post-production labs and screening rooms.
New Faculty Exchange Program at Trinity College with One of China's Top-ranked Universitie
President Joanne Berger-Sweeney has signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) on behalf of Trinity College with Fudan University in Shanghai.
Anita Gliniecki Named Interim President of St. Vincent’s College as Martha Shouldis Retires
Ms. Gliniecki will lead St. Vincent’s College until a permanent successor to Dr. Shouldis is hired.
Budding Women Scientists Explore STEM Fields Fairfield University Camp
This summer, Fairfield hosted BASE Camp in an effort to excite and engage female high school students with research in STEM fields.
New Trustee Members Appointed at Trinity College
At Connecticut College, Science Leaders II provides pathway for computer science transfer students
With a $200,000 grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation, Connecticut College will create a new pathway for talented underrepresented students from community colleges to transfer to Connecticut College and complete bachelor’s degrees in computer science.
University of New Haven and Quinnipiac University Receive $153,707 Grant to Educate Teachers about Next Generation Science Standards
St. Vincent's College raises scholarship money
The 3rd Annual John J. Lawrence MD Memorial Golf Tournament raised over $19,000 that will directly benefit the St. Vincent’s College Student Nursing Scholarship Fund.
Sacred Heart University MBA students assist Town of Fairfield with strategies for increased business
During the last days of June, five graduating MBA students from Sacred Heart University’s Jack Welch College of Business met with Town of Fairfield members to present their capstone project: a retail market assessment of downtown Fairfield.
Fairfield touts ties to universities
Fairfield officials are touting work with the town’s pair of universities, Sacred Heart and Fairfield U., that officials have increasingly turned to for the kind of partnerships a town of 60,000 people can’t usually muster.
Wesleyan University awarded $100,000 NEA grant for two projects
The city’s liberal arts university has been awarded two National Endowment for the Humanities grants for history and humanities professor’s projects.
University High School class president says he is ready for college
High school is an important time for children as they begin their transition to becoming young adults, and South Windsor resident Mathew Edison said his choice of going to the University High School of Science and Engineering made all the difference for him. Edson graduated from the school last month as president of his class. UHSSE is among the top rated magnet schools in the country, according to Magnet Schools of America.
Summer camp, engineered for the future
A summer camp at the University of New Haven is a bit different from the outdoorsy country varieties where kids focus on kicking the soccer ball, catching the football or casting a line into the lake.