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Jessica Floyd ’18


Honors student and Today Show intern, Jessica Floyd ’18, earns an exclusive spot in the Politico Journalism Institute. From Valley Stream, N.Y., Jessica is one of only 13 students nationwide accepted to Politico’s Journalism Institute in May 2018.  Read MoreProgram: Politics and Government

Nicole Awad ’17


Nicole Awad is no stranger to travel and adventure. In her first two years at the University of Hartford, Awad has already had the opportunity to travel to Greece and Lithuania to conduct archeological research.  Read MoreProgram: HistoryJudaic Studies

Myeisha Boyd ’17


For a student dreaming of a career in politics, it doesn’t get much better than earning experience at the White House. That is why Myeisha Boyd ’17 was thrilled to be a White House student-volunteer in the spring of her junior year, while attending American University through the University of Hartford Study Abroad Office’s Washington Semester.  Read MoreProgram: Politics and Government

Kimberly Bigelow ’16


After her internship at Watkinson School ended, Kimberly Bigelow was offered a part-time position at Watkinson, where she continued to develop her proficiency at “writing for the web.” She is now working full-time as an assistant director of Admission at the University.  Read MoreProgram: Communication

Scott Roberts ’16


With four years of experience at the University of Hartford’s Student Television Network (STN) and two internships at NBC Connecticut, it is not a coincidence that Scott Roberts landed his dream job with the local television news station before he had even graduated.  Read MoreProgram: Communication

Michelle Lavalle ’15


Michelle Lavalle, an honors student that majored in biology, did not waste a minute of her senior year. When she was not studying, involved in campus activities, or volunteering for community organizations, Lavalle was busy working in a lab, examining the relationship between diet and the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.  Read MoreProgram: Biology

Ashley Nicole Scales ’13


Since graduating from the University of Hartford with a BA in Psychology in 2013 and an MS in Organizational Psychology in 2014, Ashley Scales has met early success in her professional life.  Read MoreProgram: Psychology

Amanda Pawlik ’07


Amanda Pawlik credits much of her success as an actor, director, educator, and now executive director to the rigorous English and drama coursework she took in the College of Arts and Sciences.  Read MoreProgram: English

Brian D'Amico ’02


After earning his BA in cinema Brian D’Amico headed to New York City with the hopes of breaking into television or film production.  He was soon able to secure an assistant editor position on a Food Network series.  Since then, he has edited and produced shows for various networks on many "reality TV" shows.  Read MoreProgram: Cinema

Richard Owen Morgan ’02


After graduating in 2002, Richard Owen Morgan, went on to graduate study at the University of Oxford, and later Yale Law School. Starting in August 2013, he has been on a fellowship with New York University School of Law’s Center on Law and Security, where he focusses on comparative intelligence oversight.  Read MoreProgram: Politics and Government

Jennifer Schlosberg ’02


“I have so much gratitude for the University of Hartford,” she says. “The people here supported me in who they knew I could be. They allowed me to take risks and to fail and to learn from that.”  Read MoreProgram: Psychology

Courtney C. Pink ’01


For Courtney C. Pink, DVM, the Department of Chemistry was her home away from home during the four years that she was earning her BS in chemistry-biology at the University of Hartford. “Everyone in the department worked together and supported one another. It was more than a community; we were a family,” Pink recalls.  Read MoreProgram: Chemistry-Biology