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Eversource adds $7M to UConn energy center partnership

Joe Cooper |

Eversource Energy on Thursday renewed a commitment to its energy center at UConn through an additional $7 million investment over the next three years.

Tech giant Infosys to tap Trinity College’s liberal arts talent

Matt Pilon |

A portion of the 1,000 employees Infosys plans to hire in Hartford could come out of Trinity College, following the announcement Thursday of a new education partnership between the Indian technology...

Ben Barnes under consideration for higher-education post


Ben Barnes, who has overseen Connecticut's budget as the secretary of the Office of Policy and Management from the first days of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration, is on a short list of...

Stanley Black & Decker's downtown tech center a beacon into U.S. manufacturing's future

Gregory Seay |

Stanley Black & Decker's downtown Hartford technology center provides a lens into U.S. manufacturing's future.

'Untapped' talent engage skills training for better employment

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's untapped talent pool engages skills training for better employment.

Report: UConn falls among top 25 public schools

Joe Cooper |

UConn remains one of the nation's top 25 public universities, despite falling on the list four spots, according to a new report.

College loans are a worthy lifetime investment

Rhona Free |

A national alarm is sounding about the level of debt faced by recent college graduates, particularly in Connecticut.

Hartford HealthCare pursues multiple strategies to find, retain robust workforce pool

Matt Pilon |

Find out how the region's two largest employers -- Hartford HealthCare and Pratt & Whitney -- are recruiting their next-generation workforces.

CTData to spearhead state's 2020 census

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Data Collaborative, which advocates for open and accessible data, said it will serve as the state's official source for 2020 census reporting.

Capital Workforce Partners receives $98K grant to support disconnected youths

Joe Cooper |

Capital Workforce Partners (CWP), the state's workforce development board in north central Connecticut, said it received a $98,000 grant to improve data-sharing platforms that spread awareness about...

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