Featuring Javier Colon '00, Bronze Radio Return, Vin Baker '93, and more.
DuFord will explore "negative solidarity" and its effect on liberation and justice.
Listen to great UHart alumni stories on "UHart to Hartford".
His latest article is an excerpt of his new book, With Intention to Build: The Unrealized Concepts, Ideas, and Dreams of Moshe Safdie.
Tune into the Livestream of this year's virtual Collage Concert.
You could win $500 for your club by just participating in UHart's Giving Week: March 8-11.
The next event will feature Franco Pisani, Architect, Professor, and Lecturer.
Our Reginal Director is coming to talk about Acts 3 and to lead in some worship.
The City of Hartford Department of Health and Human Services is seeking volunteers to work their COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
Day of Giving Scavenger Hunt, March 4-9.
The group discussed underrepresented in the architecture field.
On March 16, all Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 Blackboard courses will be removed from active status on Blackboard.
Please mark the date.
Hartt alumnus and visiting professor to discuss his music and his time on NBC's The Voice.
In anticipation of the University's ten-year comprehensive accreditation review, the draft self study is available for community review.
Commuter students have until March 5 to get their sticker from Public Safety in order to access campus.
Beginning March 1, undergraduate commuter students will not automatically be tested each week and will instead be periodically selected for testing.
There are many ways to send help to those affected by the devastating winter storm in Texas. From food and toiletries to monetary donations, we've compiled many ways that you can contribute.
Who are you going to nominate?
We will continue to test all residential students at least once a week on an ongoing basis. Beginning in March, some students will be tested more than once a week.
As part of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute Alumni Fellows reading series.
The position offers a $6195 education award and with a total stipend of $17000.
Register for a virtual panel discussion in celebration of Women's History Month.
Join us for a virtual discussion with Adrienne Billings-Smith in celebration of Women's History Month.
On March 16, 2020, all Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 Blackboard courses will be removed from active status on Blackboard.
The University of Hartford will recognize Women’s History Month 2021 with an offering of virtual programs on March 8, 17, 18, and 29.
Learn more about Ransomware and steps to take to protect your information.
Call for applications due March 24.
Learn more about Graduate Studies at the University of Hartford.
UHart students, staff and faculty.are invited to begin the season of Lent with Ash Wednesday Mass and ashes.
The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement presents a virtual panel discussion on “Women in Politics.”
Panelists will discuss policing practices, their impact, and ways to move forward on college campuses and in communities of color.
Did you fill out your Health Screening today on LiveSafe?
New study on Elliott Carter's early music by Hartt Professor to be published.
Christi Jay Wells (Arizona State) to present in the Hartt Music History Forum.