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Campus News

ICAM 2020: Charmaine Lee & Zach Rowden in Conversation

Hartt Composition and the Joseloff Gallery welcome Charmaine Lee & Zach Rowden for the Institute of Contemporary American Music Series.

Cigna Annual Student Engagement Virtual Event Sept. 25

Join us for a Panel Discussion with Recruiting Advisors and LinkedIn Workshop.

One week until National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Uhart ITS will be participating in National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) with our #cyberaware campaign.

Athletics Welcomes Phyllon Jackson as Associate AD

Canton, Ohio, native joins athletics staff as the new Associate AD/Compliance and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.

Get to Know Our Study Abroad Partners

Get to know DIS: Study in Scandinavia and SACI: Studio Arts College International prior to the Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 30.

In the News: Jilda Aliotta on NBC Connecticut

Associate Professor Aliotta discussed the life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Blackboard Courses Through Summer 2019 to be Archived

On Oct. 9, 2020, all Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring 2019, and Summer 2019 Blackboard courses will be removed from active status on Blackboard.

Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 30

Join the International Center and the University's Study Abroad Partners on Zoom noon to 2:30 p.m.

2,020 Miles for 2020 Drawing Added

It's not too late to be entered to win a $100 gift card.

Testing, Isolation, and Quarantine Procedures

Updates on COVID-19 response initiatives

Larry Alan Smith to Finish Service as Hartt Dean at End of Academic Year

A national search for the next dean will begin.

Hawks Soar Career Webinar

Driving inclusion through ally-ship webinar with Toni Gipson.

Barney Professor Goldstein at CLM's Cyber Claims College

Barney Professor presented at CLM's Cyber Claims College and co-judged its level 3 capstone event.

UHart Happenings—Weekend Edition!

Join the UHart community for a weekend of fun in-person and virtual events!

Rogow Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Series Begins Sept. 24

RSVP to receive WebEx information for Black Lives Matter: The Roots of the Movement Today.

Free Bible Study With Sr. MaryAnn Cantlon, CSJ

Bible Study begins Oct. 1 at the Catholic Campus Ministry Center.

Mark Twain Entrance to Close on Monday, Sept. 21

Beginning on Monday, Sept. 21, everyone coming to campus must use the main entrance on Bloomfield Ave.

Reform and Conservative Services for Rosh Hashanah

Elevate your High Holiday experience through live streams with celebrity musicians, writers and performers.

Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 30

Join the International Center and the University's Study Abroad Partners on Zoom from noon to 2:30 p.m.

New Academic Building On Track for a Fall 2021 Opening

The 60,000-square-foot building will contain state-of-the-art labs and learning spaces for programs in CETA and ENHP.

Initial Fall Semester Update

President Woodward updates the campus community about the new COVID-19 Dashboard and other information related to COVID-19.

ConnectiKids Tutoring Coming to UHart - Volunteer to be a Mentor

Volunteer tutors are needed for students in grade 5.

UHart Happenings—Weekend Edition!

Join the UHart community for a weekend of fun in-person and virtual events!

2,020 Miles for 2020

Join the UHart community in a fun virtual fall walk/run event!

Mark Your Calendars for the Fall 2020 UHart Community Book Read

The President’s Office on Diversity and Community Engagement will host a series of moderated conversations on the book White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo.

President Woodward Updates Community on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Actions

President Woodward wrote to the UHart community to share some of the actions being implemented and taking place to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus.

A Message from the President

President Woodward wrote to the UHart community to share sadness, anger, and concern—and a hope that all are safe.