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Armed Robbery Investigation


Public Safety and Hartford Police are following several leads in their investigation into an attempted armed robbery on campus Thursday evening. Surveillance photos show at least four men entering the building at the time of the incident.  Further investigation shows the suspects leaving campus in a 2010-2012 gold Chevy Malibu that turned onto Bloomfield Avenue and traveled south. University Public Safety Director John Schmaltz says the incident was not random and the campus community is not at risk. If you have any information about any of the suspects in the photos, please contact Public Safety at 860.768.7985.


Cadence Software Information

The Electrical and Computer Engineering department utilizes the Orcad family of products developed by Cadence*. Cadence Products are utilized in the following courses for design, analysis, and PCB fabrication:
  • ECE 213 Electric Circuit Analysis I for Engineering
  • ECE 214 Electric Circuit Analysis II for Engineering
  • ECE 231 Digital System Logic for Engineering
  • ECE 361 Electronics Fundamentals for Engineering
  • ECT 121 DC & AC Electrical Fundamentals for Engineering Technology
  • ECT 122 Introduction to Digital Devices for Engineering Technology
  • ECT 231 AC & Solid-State Fundamentals for Engineering Technology
  • ECT 232 Digital Circuits II for Engineering Technology
  • ECT 241 Analog Devices and Circuits for Engineering Technology
  • ECT 242 Microprocessor Architecture and Programming for Engineering Technology

Primary Contact: Hisham Alnajjar
Secondary Contact: Saeid Moslehpour

*Cadence is a registered trademark of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., 2655 Seely Avenue, San Jose, CA 95134

Last updated October 15, 2015