University of Hartford Launches Full Stack Web Development Certificate Bootcamp
The University of Hartford is pleased to offer its first Coding Certificate Bootcamp in collaboration with Stack Education, a Boston-based education company that works with higher education institutions to create STEM-based, career-driven skills development programming.
A Message from University of Hartford President Greg Woodward
President Woodward congratulates the University of Hartford community on a successful semester. This success is a testament to the efforts, courage, and sacrifices of our entire University community.
Safe and Sound: Using Acoustics to Improve the Safety of Autonomous Vehicles
Researchers from the University of Hartford’s College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture are working to make autonomous vehicles safer. They are using sound to improve the decision making of self-driving cars.
UHart Preparing for New Occupational Therapy Program
UHart is preparing to launch a new program in occupational therapy in 2021, helping to meet demand for professionals in this growing field. A combined five-year bachelor’s/master’s degree occupational therapy program will begin in fall 2021. A post-baccalaureate master’s degree in occupational therapy (MSOT) is planned to begin in summer 2022.
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Annual F.IR.M. Event Raises $500,000 for Barney School Students
The event also honored Christopher J. Swift, chairman and CEO of The Hartford, with the Executive Leadership of the Year Award.
Amy Weiss Named Director of The Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies
The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Hartford has named Amy Weiss, PhD, as the new director of the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies. She comes to the University from Saint Elizabeth University in Morristown, New Jersey, where she directs the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education.
Professor of English and Modern Languages Benjamin Grossberg Publishes Two Books of Poetry
Engaging Practices in Hillyer College Classrooms
Although the fall semester is unlike any other in recent memory, Hillyer College faculty continue to incorporate innovative activities and practices to keep students engaged.
Hartford Art School Kicks Off Auerbach Lecture Series
Barney School of Business to Host CT FBLA Fall Leadership Conference on Nov. 7
CT FBLA members and their advisors from nearly 70 chapters are expected to participate in workshops and events related to career planning, college life expectations, and remote learning. We are excited to have Mark Boxer, Uhart's executive vice president and chief operating officer, as a keynote speaker at the conference.
University Announces Changes to the Spring Semester Calendar
Changes include starting the spring semester 12 days later than previously scheduled and eliminating spring break.
From Hollywood to Hartford
UHart's assistant professor of communication, Susan Cardillo, shares the compelling story of how she got from Hollywood to Hartford.
James Nealy Named Assistant Chief of Department of Public Safety
Nealy will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Department of Public Safety, including patrol, community public safety, and investigations
UHart’s Graduate Studies to Host Virtual Open House Week October 26-30
Join the University of Hartford in a week long virtual open house event featuring our 60+ Graduate Programs. Meet faculty and staff, learn more about our programs, and find the program that is right for you in the next step in your educational journey.
UHart Celebrates LGBTQ+ History Month
Join the University of Hartford as we celebrates the vast history of LGBTQ+ communities across campus and globally. This featured virtual talk will focus on LGBTQ+ awareness and is presented by the President's Office on Diversity and Community Engagement, the Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion, and the Student Government Association.
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