University Of Hartford to Provide Free Housing for First Responders
In partnership with the city of Hartford, the University will house police officers, firefighters, emergency telecommunicators, and other essential staff.
Changes to Spring Semester
The University of Hartford has made the difficult decision to not resume in-person classes for the spring semester as planned. Classes will resume online March 30 and continue until the end of the semester.
Author Peter Orner Wins Greenberg Center’s Wallant Award for Maggie Brown & Others
The University of Hartford’s Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies has named author Peter Orner the 2019 Edward Lewis Wallant Award winner for his book of short stories, Maggie Brown and Others (Little, Brown and Company, 2019). The presentation will be held on Wednesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. at the University of Hartford in the Harry Jack Gray Center’s Wilde Auditorium, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, Connecticut.
New Academic Building Will Transform UHart's Campus While Preparing Students for In-Demand Careers in Expanding Industries
The 60,000-square-foot building will provide students with new, specialized, and technology-rich facilities for growing programs in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture; and the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions.
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UHart’s Formula Society of Automotive Engineers Team Led by Students from Different Majors
Through UHart's comprehensive and unique community, students can meet and work with others from different schools and colleges within the University. FSAE's team, for example, is led by students in CETA, Barney, and the Hartford Art School.
Critical Updates to COVID-19 Response
UHart continues to work on detailed plans related to our phased approach to protect our community and the anticipated impact on our students and employees.
Coronavirus Update: Spring Break and Classes
Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), all classes have been canceled on Friday, March 13, and will resume on Monday, March 30, online only.
UHart continues to monitor new developments and concerns surrounding the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, and will provide updates to the campus community as available.
UHart Architecture Students Collaborate with Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum on Architectural Model
Fourth-year architecture students Andrew Petersen ’20, M’21 and Giancarlo Cano ’20 were commissioned to build a 3D model of the highly anticipated Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum’s new 9,000 square foot Education and Visitors Center.
Audio Engineering Technology Students Tour Telefunken’s HQ Through Growing Partnership
The College’s partnership with the company for nearly twenty years has led to many opportunities for our students to visit, intern and eventually work there.
Nine Engineering Students Attend BMES Annual Meeting
Last fall, a record number of nine CETA students attended the 2019 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.
University of Hartford Hillel Receives Multi-Year Grants Totaling $114,000 to Expand Hillel’s Reach on Campus
These grants from the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford and Hillel International, along with support from the University, will enable University of Hartford Hillel to enhance support for student life on campus.
Happy 63rd Birthday, University of Hartford!
For the first time in UHart history, all four officers of our board of regents are alumni. They share why they have chosen to share their time and expertise with their alma mater.
CETA Celebrates 2020 National Engineers Week
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) celebrated National Engineers Week at the University of Hartford through various activities each day to inspire our future engineers.
Research Takes Felmlee Underseas and Overseas
ENHP’s Duffy Felmlee, associate professor of prosthetics and orthotics, was profiled in the February 2020 issue of O&P Almanac for his research with amputees and how they use their prosthetics in scuba diving.
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