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May 24, 2017
“We’re going to win and we’re going to do it the right way. Division One athletics at Hartford will be relevant.” That was the promise Mary Ellen Gillespie made right after University President-Designate Gregory Woodward introduced her as the new director of athletics on Wednesday, May 24.
May 21, 2017
You are the rising generation. You are the leaders, not just for tomorrow, but for today,” said U.S. Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) as she addressed approximately 1,000 graduates who received their degrees at the University of Hartford’s Undergraduate Commencement on Sunday, May 21. “Today I challenge you to raise your sight, not just your status, as you enter the workforce and a world desperately in need of your energy, talent, gifts, and commitment.”
May 20, 2017
“It is critical for you to engage with people with whom you don’t agree. It shapes your experience and ultimately your judgment,” said U.S. Rep. Richard Neal (D-Massachusetts) during his Commencement address to more than 420 students before they received their master’s and doctoral degrees and certificates at the University of Hartford’s Graduate Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 20.
May 15, 2017
More than 1,400 University of Hartford students will celebrate the completion of their degrees during the University’s Graduate Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 20, and the Undergraduate Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 21. Alumna and U.S. Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) will be the keynote speaker and she will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws on Sunday. • U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, who earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business in 1976, will be the keynote speaker and will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters on Saturday.
May 9, 2017
University of Hartford to recognize business and community leaders on May 20 and 21.
April 25, 2017
Did you know bones weaken in space? Experiencing microgravity, or weightlessness, can be thrilling for astronauts. “But,” says biomedical engineering major, Jacqueline Maynard ‘17, “a side effect is the loss of as much as 40 percent of their bone mass in a single expedition, making fractures and long term complications like osteoporosis very likely.” To counteract this and potentially help the general population that has degenerative bone conditions, Jacqueline and other students in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) are conducting experiments in the University’s new Tissue Engineering Lab.
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