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.
Learn about internship and job opportunities across the country.
It is hoped that this volunteer program can return next year.
Those behind the work include Assistant Professor Paul Slaboch, CETA alumni Sophie Kaye '19 and Ethan Casavant '19, and recent CETA graduates Aikaterini Stylianides '20 and Reagan Johnson '20.
Dr. Greg Betz from CAPS discusses the emotional impact of COVID-19 on college students.
Prestigious club looking for students to fill several key positions
Muñoz will purchase a new immune analyzer Instrument to aid her in a study of hydration and health.
UHart is committed to engaging in the continuous dialogue focused on justice and equity and the ongoing education of our campus community.
Notice is to familiarize students with their rights and responsibilities under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
UHart is committed to engaging in the continuous dialogue focused on justice and equity and the ongoing education of our campus community around systems of white privilege and racism, and how they manifest in society to oppress Black people, communities of color, and other marginalized groups.
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Applications are due by August 15 for one of up to three $1,000 scholarships to be awarded.
A summary of recent media coverage
Entries now open for the Women's Business Center's "Women Innovate Pitch Competition," which will be hosted online on Tuesday, June 30, 6 to 8 p.m.
Phi Mu is raising awareness and funds for Black Lives Matter
President Woodward wrote to the UHart community to share sadness, anger, and concern—and a hope that all are safe.
Higher-ed association focuses on needs of environmental scholars and scientists
Record-Journal reports on lawmaker's retweet of racial meme
Introducing UHart's Scholarship Portal
We are innovating every part of the UHart experience—from the academic calendar to residential living—to provide options and access for the best and safest possible combination of on-campus and high-quality remote teaching this fall.
Prudential funding supports the Center's Small Business Technical Assistance Program, helping small businesses weather COVID-19.
Rust has been integral in developing theatre at The Hartt School
Ceremony honored Hillyer College graduates and award recipients
Civil engineering students also proudly presented during the meeting.
Graduates Elected to Eta Kappa Nu
Awarded two Women in Engineering Local Group Awards and a UHart Student Organization Award.
70 seniors in 2019-20 graduated with University Honors matching the University's record high.
Funds from this award will enable the Women's Business Center to scale up services to small business owners in Connecticut who have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Davis helps others who are blind and hopes to qualify for the next Paralympics in Tokyo.
Column addresses how wearing a mask during the pandemic will change our daily interactions with others.
Learn more about this unprecedented curricular pathway.
Dean Zeng will share her inspiration as a woman leader in higher education.
Coronavirus treatment costs waived for Cigna customers.
Personal Protection Equipment donated to Hartford Hospital
Athletic trainers become first time blood donors
The University of Hartford has made the difficult decision to not resume in-person classes for the spring semester as planned. Classes will resume online March 30 and continue until the end of the semester.
We continue to work on detailed plans related to the University's phased approach to protect our community and the anticipated impact on our students and employees.
Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), all classes have been cancelled on Friday, March 13, and will resume on Monday, March 30, online only.