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The dedication of the new Shaw Center at Hillyer College was highlighted in several publications. There was a Hartford Business Journal story posted on Thursday, Sept. 13; a West Hartford Patch story on Friday, Sept. 14; and a posting on the Hartford Courant's “Property Line” blog on Friday, Sept. 14. In addition, the Shaw Center dedication was highlighted during NBC Connecticut’s 6 p.m. newscast on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Michael Robinson, an associate professor of history in Hillyer College, was featured in a Chronicle of Higher Education story on Monday, Sept. 24, about the connections between polar explorations of the past and the present. Click here to read the article.
Hartt School alums Colin Britt, Jacob Voychick, Dani Heller, and Tori Thornsbury, along with current Hartt students Peter Scuderi and James Waterman, were among the musicians who performed a choral and orchestral version of "Call Me Maybe" on the Today Show on NBC on Friday, Sept. 21. Britt arranged the version. Click here to see the performance.
The Hartford Courant’s “Art Smart” blog posted an item about Ellen Carey, associate professor of photography at the Hartford Art School, having an exhibition of her work at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington. Click here to see the item.
The Hartford Courant noted in a Thursday, Sept. 20, news story that the University had donated five refurbished computers to the Albany Avenue branch of the Hartford Public Library, as part of an ongoing effort by the University’s Office of Community Relations and Information Technology Services department to provide assistance to the community. Click here to read the story.
The Hartford Business Journal noted in s Wednesday, Sept. 19, story that the University of Hartford would be one of five institutions sharing a $1 million loan to fund an upgrade in the efficiency of their energy systems. Click here to read the story.
Panelists, including Bilal Sekou, associate professor of political science in Hillyer College, taking part in the Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies program on the “Impact of Religion on the 2012 Elections,” held on Sunday, Sept. 23, were interviewed by the Connecticut Jewish Ledger about role of religion in American politics. Click here to read the article, which was published on Aug. 30.