Sean Teehan

Staff Writer

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Kalinauskas' cancer vaccine aims to keep your pet living longer

Torigen Pharmaceuticals Inc. CEO Ashley Kalinauskas founded the company after placing second at a Notre Dame business competition. Now the veterinary...

Rensselaer Hartford, other colleges turn to non-degree certificate programs to boost enrollment, meet employer needs

Rensselaer Hartford and other universities are turning to non-degree certificate programs to boost enrollment and meet employer needs.

Richard Cho | CEO, Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness

Since his time as an intern for the AIDS Housing Corp. in 1999, Richard Cho has focused his career on working to end homelessness.

CT private colleges want parity in state's degree program approval process

Connecticut's private colleges are pushing for parity with public universities in the state-approval process for new degree programs.

Thomas Goldberg | Managing Partner, Day Pitney

Hartford law firm Day Pitney LLP, which has over 100 attorneys locally and is the third-largest firm in Greater Hartford, has been eyeing growth in...

Pitaro to oversee a pivotal 2019 for ESPN

The year 2019 could prove to be a pivotal one for ESPN and its president, James Pitaro, who took the reins of the Bristol-based sports media behemoth...

Affordability, funding, workforce development top of mind in higher-ed

At a time when higher-education institutions are increasingly seen as politically motivated, and demand for career-focused curricula in K-12 schools...

Lamont working group proposes broad tolling policy

A transportation working group formed by Gov.-elect Ned Lamont on Wednesday recommended the adoption of tolls for passenger vehicles as well as...

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