University Announces New Information About its Fall Reopening Plan
President Gregory Woodward announces new details about UHart's plan for a safe reopening this fall, including details about health and safety, academics, and residential life.
Faculty and Staff in UHart's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Produce 175 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, to date, 175 highly coveted face covers that will be distributed to local health professionals.
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America East Fall Sports Competition Postponed for Duration of First Semester
The America East Conference Board of Presidents announced today a postponement, not cancellation, of all America East fall sport athletics competition and championships for the duration of the first semester.
Marketing Major Enjoys Her Remote Internship with The Entrepreneurial Center
Sokari MacHarry ’21 is a marketing major with a digital media and journalism minor at the Barney School of Business. She was able to continue her for-credit program Internship with the University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center and Women’s Business Center.
UHart Shares Message of Support for International Students
The University of Hartford stands with all international students impacted by new federal restrictions that would force them to leave the U.S. if higher education moves to a fully online format.
Communication Student is Proud of Her Remote Internship with the Entrepreneurial Center
Jade Soto's remote internship with the Entrepreneurial Center
Mark Boxer Named Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at UHart
Dr. Mark Boxer ‘83, who is retiring this month as executive vice president and global chief information officer at Cigna, has been named the University of Hartford’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. He began on June 2.
Hartt Theatre Director Alan Rust to Retire
Alan Rust, artistic director of the Hartt theatre division in the Hartt School of the University of Hartford, will retire on June 30, 2020. The longtime faculty member led the theatre program from its inception and has worked for more than 20 years to develop one of the leading theatre programs in the country.
A Message from University of Hartford President Gregory Woodward
President Woodward wrote to the UHart community to share sadness, anger, and concern—and a hope that all are safe.
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.
Over Fourty Women from Various Industries Attended Dean Zeng's Virtual Lunch Talk Hosted by Women United
Women United hosted a virtual power lunch on May 20, 2020 where the University of Hartford ("UHART") Barney School of Business Dean Amy Zeng was the guest speaker.
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.
More Than 1,000 Students Earn Degrees from University of Hartford
The UHart community celebrated its graduates on May 15 virtually with a video tribute.
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