Recently, The Observer sat down with three teachers-one, a veteran of the classroom; one, in the early stages of her career; and one, still a student teacher. Yet, despite their differences in age, experience, and background, all three share an unwavering enthusiasm for the classroom, a staunch belief that they are destined to teach, and a degree in education from the University of Hartford. Two are already great teachers. The third is poised to fulfill that promise.
Nearly 18,000 visitors came to see American Originals: Treasures from the National Archives during its three-and-a-half-month run at the Museum of American Political Life, making the exhibit an unqualified success for the university and the Greater Hartford community.
Ever wonder why you had to spend all those hours in the lab, tired eyes squinting at equipment while you scribbled down your notes?
The experience of working with laboratory equipment is vital in helping students master technical concepts in science and engineering. Besides reinforcing what has been taught in the classroom, lab time also gives students valuable career skills.
Threatening clouds held back their downpours to accommodate the university’s 47th annual Commencement ceremony on the morning of May 16. With balloons, flowers, bursts of applause, and shouts of congratulation, thousands of parents, grandparents, friends, and other well-wishers celebrated the graduating Class of 2004.