More In the News
- Hawkapella in Hartford Magazine, Educational Main Street on Fox CT News, Pier on WLIS-AM, and More
- Media Coverage of former Hartt School Dean Malcolm Morrison’s Passing
- Sekou on NBC Connecticut, Matacin on Fox CT, Parker in Hartford Courant, and More
- Pence in Journal Inquirer, Kelly in Seasons magazine, Goldstein in Slate.com, and More
Cumming on “Better Connecticut,” Matacin in Hartford Courant, Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams in the Media, and More
Edward Cumming, who holds the Primrose Fuller Chair of Orchestral Conducting at The Hartt School and baritone soloist and former Hartt Community Division student Diego Matamoros, and accompanist Miguel Campinho appeared on WFSB-TV Channel 3’s “Better Connecticut” show on Thursday, Feb. 28, to promote The Hartt Orchestra's performance at the Bushnell on Saturday, March 2. Watch the performance and interview.
Mala Matacin, co-chair and associate professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, was featured in a Friday, March 1, posting in the Hartford Courant’s “JAVA” blog about the opening of the Girlcott “Revealed: Images of Women who Bared To Make Change” exhibit at Hartford’s Charter Oak Cultural Center. Click here to read about the Girlcott program to encourage women to go without make-up for the month of March and donate that money to organizations that benefit women and girls.
The list of University of Hartford faculty who were recently granted tenure was posted on Inside Higher Ed.com on Tuesday, March 5.
The Hartford Hawks men’s basketball team’s thrilling last-second win over Vermont and the success the team is enjoying this season were the subjects of Scott Gray’s commentary on WTIC Radio on Monday morning, March 4. Click here to listen.
The four seniors on the Hartford Hawks women’s basketball team—Ruthanne Doherty, Daphne Elliott, Nikkia Smith, and Alex Hall— were lead story in the Hartford Courant “Sports” section on Friday, March 1. The women were cited for their successes both on the court and in the classroom. Click here to read the story.
The cover story in the March issue of West Hartford Life is a feature article about University of Hartford senior Emily Audibert, who is the current Miss Connecticut. Click here to access the issue and then use the arrows on the bottom right of the screen to turn to the article on page 26.
The March issue of Simsbury Life included a feature story on Farmington Valley Transition Academy (FVTA) and included information about the new agreement signed between FVTA and the University of Hartford and its College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions. Quoted in the article are ENHP Dean Ralph Mueller; Suzi d’Annofo, who is ENHP’s coordinator of school partnerships; and Gretchen Nelson, who is head teacher for FVTA and an adjunct faculty member in ENHP. Click here to access the issue and then use the arrows on the bottom right of the screen to turn to the article on page 7.
The University High School of Science and Engineering was recently named a “Magnet School of Excellence,” the top category given to selected schools around the country, by Magnet Schools of America, noted an article in the “My Story” section of the Hartford Courant on Monday, Feb. 25. This designation means that UHSSE will now be competing for the prestigious Dr. Ronald P. Simpson Distinguished Merit Award; given annually to the one magnet school in America that most exemplifies a commitment to diversity, high academic standards and curriculum innovation, according to the article, which can be read here.