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Late Opening on Wednesday, January 28

In the aftermath of the winter storm, the University of Hartford will open on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Classes will begin at 10:30 a.m.   snow closing guide

Until that time, the Commons, Subway, and Village Market will maintain regular hours for residential dining services and the Sports Center will be open normal hours for use by residential students only. Gengras Student Union and University Libraries remain closed until the University reopens Wednesday at 10 a.m. 

current as of 6:20 p.m., Jan. 27, 2015

Meet Hillyer Faculty

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Michele Troy

Pedagogy: it’s an old-fashioned word with a simple meaning. Pedagogy is defined as the art of teaching, and Michele Troy, an associate professor of English, takes the art of teaching to new levels of creativity and imagination.   Meet Professor Troy

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Renwick Griswold

On a rainy day in the fall, Renwick Griswold, associate professor of sociology, led his students through underbrush swarming with mosquitoes so they could stake out two six-acre plots on the University of Hartford campus.   Meet Professor Griswold

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Stephan Bullard

Hillyer faculty members like to "get their feet wet"--in this case, literally. Stephan Bullard likes to get outside the classroom, dive into his research, and bring back new methods to reinvigorate the classroom experience for his students.  Meet Professor Bullard

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Bilal Dabir Sekou

Bilal Dabir Sekou spends a lot of time thinking, researching, and teaching about the gap between what most people believe to be right and how those beliefs play out in the real world.  Meet Professor Sekou

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Marissa Cloutier

Marissa Cloutier, instructor in biology and nutrition, grew up with an appreciation for health and well being.   Meet Professor Cloutier

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Mary Fister

"Have you ever tasted a blackberry, strawberry, or blueberry?" That’s a question Mary Fister likes to ask her creative writing students, and when she talks about berries, she means the kind you pull directly from a plant or a bush on a summer's day.  Meet Professor Fister