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Faculty and Staff Donor Spotlights

Faculty and staff are some of the University's greatest advocates, promoting our values, supporting our mission, and making UHart a force for good in our world. They believe in our students and many choose to display their vote of confidence through philanthropic contributions. Here, we highlight some of the faculty and staff who support students through gifts to the UHart Impact Fund or to other programs. If you would like to share why you support UHart's students, please let us know!

Michael Kulas


"I have been at five other schools, big and small—there is no place that welcomes people and has as many open doors as the University of Hartford..." Read more.


Bharat Kolluri


"I want to provide more opportunities to deserving students...The University attracts some bright students that do well and it is important that we recognize their merit and support their achievements." Read more.


Sarkis Kaltakhtchian


"I think it is important to give back to the community, especially an organization that nurtures the upcoming generation." Read more.


Julie Spring


"In supporting the University of Hartford, I am supporting a growing institution, a possible dream come true for a student, and a place I have called my 'home away from home' for 14 years." Read more.


Rayna Dyton-White


"College sets the tone for our adult lives. I have been a Connecticut resident my whole life and many from UHart stay in the area. By supporting our students, we support the well-being of our entire community." Read more.


Tina Berrien


"It is a privilege to be a part of this University and to have the ability to give back to the institution. I believe in our mission. I see lives changed, and want that to continue." Read more.


Adam Chiara


"I believe in the University of Hartford's mission, and I have seen firsthand the impact it can have on someone. I want to support UHart, because every time I do, it sends a message that this institution is important to society and to people's lives." Read more.