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Keeping Hawks Healthy

Read the latest updates on UHart's response to COVID-19: hartford.edu/healthy-hawks.

Learning About Race

Education is paramount to producing social change.

To that end, we offer these resources about the history and effects of racism. The list, which is by no means exhaustive, includes books, articles, podcasts, and other media.

Talking About Race

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture offers “Talking About Race,” a comprehensive, interactive site. The content is compiled for specific audiences, educators, parents or caregivers, and people committed to equity can find audience-specific content.

Educational Resources

Campus Resources and Support

For Students

For Faculty and Staff

  • EAP (Employee Assistance Program) at 800.676.4357
  • Jen Conley, Interim Director, Human Resources Development, at jconley@hartford.edu
  • Christine Grant, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Community Engagement, cgrant@hartford.edu
  • Jane Horvath, Special Assistant to the President for LGBTQ+ issues, horvath@hartford.edu

Additional Resources

Protecting the Right to Vote

On October 15, 2020, the University of Hartford’s Associate Professor of Political Science Bilal Sekou facilitated a panel of advocates and political leaders including democracy reform activist Karen Hobert Flynn, Senator Douglas McCrory, and Rock the Vote's Director of Digital Organizing Michelle Stockwell. They spoke on voting rights and the importance of protecting your right to vote.