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The New Center for Student Success Is Opening on Oct. 15

We are excited to share that the new Center for Student Success is opening on Oct. 15. It will be located in the heart of campus, the Student Union. The Center will act as a one-stop shop for students, offering academic advising and registration, strategies for adjusting to college and time management. Students will also be able to ask financial and administrative questions. At most universities, student life and academic services are distinct units with different goals and priorities. At UHart, they exist together under one label: the Division of Student Success. We recognize that every student is different and we work collaboratively to celebrate and support each other.

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"Every Fiber of My Being" Now on Display in Joseloff Gallery

This exhibition features works that combine the material of fiber with traditional materials. It runs through Nov. 1.

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Hillyer College to Present Outstanding Young Alumus Award to Brandon Korn A'11

Hillyer College will present the 2019 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award to Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Brandon Korn A'11 on Oct. 17.

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Two Architecture Students Awarded by CT Green Building Council

Andrew Petersen ’20, architectural design + technology major, and Randy Begin ’19, M’20, recent graduate of our architecture program pursuing his MArch, were recognized on October 3, 2019 by CT Green Building Council at their annual awards event.

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F.I.R.M. Event Raises Over $500,000 for Barney School of Business Scholarships

Travelers Vice Chairman Jay S. Benet Received Executive Leadership of the Year Award during the event, which raised money for scholarships and enhanced career development and programming in the University's Barney School of Business.

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CETA Welcomes New Faculty and Staff for the 2019—20 Academic Year
Oct 03, 2019

CETA Welcomes New Faculty and Staff for the 2019—20 Academic Year

The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) is excited to announce three new faculty members and a new staff member for this academic year.

ENHP to Exhibit at Hartford Marathon
Sep 30, 2019

ENHP to Exhibit at Hartford Marathon

The University of Hartford College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (ENHP) will be a sponsor of the Hartford Marathon on Saturday, October 12 at Bushnell Park in downtown Hartford.

Hartford Art School Hosts National Portfolio Day
Sep 25, 2019

Hartford Art School Hosts National Portfolio Day

The Hartford Art School invites high school students to the University of Hartford on Saturday, October 12 from noon to 4 p.m. 

A Celebration of the Life and Music of David Macbride
Sep 24, 2019

A Celebration of the Life and Music of David Macbride

This four-day festival features colleagues and former students of David’s performing his work and paying homage to this inspirational composer

Harold Lloyd Project: His Life, Films, and Legacy
Sep 18, 2019

Harold Lloyd Project: His Life, Films, and Legacy

The Academic Studies Division at The Hartt School presents the Harold Lloyd Project. This two day event includes a forum in which Lloyd's work will be discussed as well as the Harold Lloyd Screening. Suzanne Lloyd, Harold's granddaughter will present at the Forum and will introduce two films, The Marathon, and Safety Last!

University of Hartford Ranked in Top Quartile of Best Engineering Programs According to U.S. News
Sep 18, 2019

University of Hartford Ranked in Top Quartile of Best Engineering Programs According to U.S. News

The Best Undergraduate Engineering Program rankings are based solely on peer assessment surveys, where schools must have an undergraduate engineering program accredited by ABET.

Professor Michele Troy Awarded Highly Prestigious U.S. Fulbright Grant to Germany
Sep 16, 2019

Professor Michele Troy Awarded Highly Prestigious U.S. Fulbright Grant to Germany

Professor of English Michele Troy has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant, one of the country’s most prestigious educational honors. Troy is in Germany conducting research on the socialist Gertrude Gelbin, who left the United States in the early 1950s to publish English-language paperbacks behind the Iron Curtain.

Barney School of Business Addition Opens
Sep 06, 2019

Barney School of Business Addition Opens

Local alumni and companies support the high-tech $5 million project to enhance active learning and innovative teaching.

UHart Welcomes the Class of 2023
Sep 01, 2019

UHart Welcomes the Class of 2023

More than 1,400 first-year undergraduate students arrived on campus on Saturday, Aug. 31. They come from 34 states and 25 countries.

The Julius Hartt Musical Foundation, INC. Board of Trustees Names New Members
Aug 26, 2019

The Julius Hartt Musical Foundation, INC. Board of Trustees Names New Members

The Julius Hartt Musical Foundation, Inc. recently elected the following new members to its Board of Trustees: Steve Collins, Harold Horwich, Calida Jones M’07, Andrew Mayo M’97, Scott Reeves ’76, Jonathan Reuning-Scherer, and John Sunde.

Meet the Class of 2023
Aug 23, 2019

Meet the Class of 2023

Meet members of the Class of 2023 at UHart as they begin their Hawk journey this fall.

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