UHart's Seniors Soar into Post-Grad Plans
As the class of 2020 completes their UHart journey, we celebrate their amazing next steps. From stellar graduate programs, to outstanding career opportunities, our Hawks have landed and are ready to make their mark on the world.
UHart Launches Half Tuition Scholarship for its New Graduates to Earn Master's Degrees
The 2020 Forward Scholarship will provide up to half tuition to all qualifying members of the UHart Class of 2020 who wish to pursue certain graduate degree programs at the University. The scholarship will help these graduates as they navigate the significant challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
UHart Loans Ventilators to Hartford Hospital for COVID-19 Patients
The University of Hartford loaned three much-needed ventilators to Hartford Hospital in early April to help critically ill COVID-19 patients receive the care they need. These ventilators are typically housed in labs in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, where students in the respiratory care program train to become respiratory therapists.
Explore UHart News
UHart’s Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Student Chapter Recognized at Regional Professional Meeting
The University of Hartford’s Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) student chapter was recognized and celebrated at the spring professional meeting of the Connecticut Chapter and New England Chapter of ITE on Monday, May 4.
University Announces Recipients of Regents' Honor Awards for Graduate Students
The Regents’ Honor Award us the highest recognition the University gives to its graduate students. The awardees not only have a very high graduate GPA, they have also excelled in their research or creative projects and/or served the academic community.
UHart’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Recognized with Multiple Awards This Spring
The University of Hartford’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) section, in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA), received three prestigious awards and recognitions this spring for their tremendous work during the 2019–20 academic year.
Department of Architecture Hosts Virtual Student Awards Ceremony
The Department of Architecture in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) hosted its first annual student awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 6. The event recognized multiple undergraduates, graduates, and alumni of the architecture programs for their academic achievement, as well as scholarship and fellowship recipients.
CETA Celebrates Its Successful Seniors and Sophomores During Virtual Spring 2020 Design Expo
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) hosted its first virtual CETA Design Expo on Friday, May 1. The event featured some of CETA’s talented sophomores enrolled in engineering design courses, as well as seniors presenting their capstone projects.
Professor Enjoys Challenging His Students to Think Differently
Professor of English and Modern Languages Nicholas Ealy says the interactions he's had with his students, especially those in what may be his favorite class to teach—Literature and Psychology—are the most enjoyable parts of his UHart experience.
Hartt Persistence Keeps Piano Students Playing Through the Pandemic
When Hartt piano students could not get to pianos to practice because of COVID-19, the University rallied to bring the pianos to the students.
Faculty and Staff in UHart's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Produce 125 3D Printed Face Covers for Local Health Care Professionals
In response to a shortage of PPE (personal protection equipment) for health care workers, nine members from CETA joined forces to 3D print a modified design, assemble and deliver 125 highly coveted face covers that will be distributed to local health professionals.
Professor’s Book About Underground Railroad Sheds Light on Culture of Violence
In his latest book, The Underground Railroad and the Geography of Violence in Antebellum America, (Cambridge University Press, 2020), Hillyer College Professor of History, and noted historian of American political violence, Robert Churchill, examines the role geography and violence play in the narrative of the Underground Railroad.
Professor’s Advice: Develop Courage and Seek Mentors
“Courage is a habit,” says Professor of Chemistry Laura Pence. “The first time you do something that scares you, or that you don’t know how to do, it’s hard.” Pence says there’s a difference between, “I don’t know how to do that” and “I can figure this out.”
Barney School's Online MBA Program Ranked in the Top 25 Nationally among Private Universities and Colleges
Online MBA Report ranked the online MBA program at the University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business in the Top 25 Nationally among Private Universities and Colleges (#25) and #2 in Connecticut.
Other News Sources
Find the most comprehensive, up-to-date information about UHart in UNotes, our online news page that is published every weekday that the University is open during the academic year. Faculty, staff, and students may submit articles and announcements. Alumni and other interested individuals may subscribe. Read UNotes now.