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UHart launching Summer Business Institute

Patricia Daddona |

The University of Hartford's Barney School of Business is launching a new Summer Business Institute this year that earns participants three college credits.

Siemens grants $315M in manufacturing software to CT colleges

Patricia Daddona |

Siemens, a technology company based in Munich, has provided $315 million worth of state-of-the-art manufacturing and product design software to Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU).

Nonprofit Profile: CT Conference of Independent Colleges

Cowen Tax Advisory Group of Hartford recently gave a $3,000 gift to CT Austim Speaks.United Way is...

Vo-tech instructor shortage is manufacturing's next big test

Gregory Seay |

It has taken some time, but Connecticut manufacturers say Millennials are waking up to the career opportunities that await them in a sector eager to harness their skills.

Q&A: Historical Society explores CT Inc.'s innovative roots

Q&A talks with Ilene Frank, chief curator of the Connecticut Historical Society.

Tuition hikes pitched for public colleges and universities

JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS | CT MIRROR |

It's almost certain to become more expensive to attend the Connecticut State Universities and community colleges over the next two school years.

Albertus Magnus names Baltimore educator its new president

Patricia Daddona |

New Haven-based Albertus Magnus College, which has a campus in East Hartford, has appointed Marc M. Camille as its first new president in 35 years, effective June 30.

New stamp will honor deaf teacher, Hartford school for deaf

Patricia Daddona |

Robert Panara, a pioneering teacher of deaf studies, will be recognized by the U.S. Postal Service on a two-ounce “Forever” stamp to be released April 11.

Report reaffirms physician shortage, highlights 'looming crisis' in CT

John Stearns |

The country continues to face a projected physician shortage over the next decade, creating a risk to patient care, according to a report released Tuesday by the Association of American Medical...

UHart biz school eyes $5.2M expansion

The University of Hartford's Barney School of Business is closing in on a multi-million-dollar fundraising goal that would enable the largest expansion in its nearly 50-year history.

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