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.
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.
Talented Hartford Art School Students Win Goldfarb Exhibition Purchase Prizes
A photography series portraying a father's time in prison, and an audio representation of how an artist spends their time, are now part of the University's permanent collection.
Spring Visit Days
UHart offers special visit opportunities for applicants and accepted students each spring. The various visit days are offered February to March 2020 and include a luncheon with faculty and current students.
Atomic Veteran Hank Bolden Returns to Hartt at the Age of 83
This 83-year-old Hartt School undergraduate is fulfilling his dream of earning a UHart degree, 60 years after he started his education.
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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.
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.
Founders Day Challenge Kicks off on Feb. 20
The entire UHart community is joining together to support the University we all love.
ENHP's Kori Stewart selected to speak on artificial intelligence in radiology at UK conference
Kori Stewart, clinical assistant professor of radiologic technology in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, has been selected as one of two recipients of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Foundation’s International Speakers Exchange Award.
CETA Celebrates First-Year Students at Annual Academic Excellence Luncheon
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) hosted its annual First-Year Academic Excellence Luncheon on January 30, 2020, for those who earned a 3.5 GPA or better after their first semester.
Students Take Advantage of Winter Break to Conduct Research, Study, and Serve Across the Country and Abroad
UHart students traveled across the country and around the world this January to learn about new cultures, conduct research, and help children in need.
Civil Engineering Students and Faculty Take Field Trip to Connecticut Department of Transportation
UHart students met with fellow CT DOT engineers for real-world exposure to civil engineering in today’s climate.
2019 Year in Review
2019 was a big year for UHart—from launching new programs to opening new buildings and everything in between. Check out the top 15 moments of 2019.
CETA First-Year Students and Seniors Participate in Fall 2019 Design Expo
Students showcased their innovative ideas and projects throughout the event.
Student's Invention Gives Children with Cerebral Palsy Freedom in the Pool
Physical Therapy student Josh Breighner '20 has developed a device that allows children with cerebral palsy to play independently in the pool.
The Barney School of Business Hosted the 17th Annual University of Hartford Business Plan Competition
The Barney School of Business hosted the17th annual University of Hartford Business Plan Competition in December 2019.
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