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February 29, 2016 Accolades & More

Quinnipiac's School of Business Rated CT's Best for Vets

Quinnipiac's School of Business in Hamden.

Military Times ranked the Quinnipiac University School of Business as the best business school for veterans in Connecticut and the 24th best in the nation, according to its Best for Vets: Business School's 2016 rankings. The rankings are published in full in the issues of Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times.

Military Times' Best for Vets survey-based rankings include colleges, career and technical colleges, business schools, franchises, employers and law enforcement.

Michael Baker International Recognized for Developing CTfastrak

Engineering design firm Michael Baker International, which has a Rocky Hill office, was awarded the 2016 Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies for its role in developing CTfastrak, one of the nation's largest bus rapid transit systems.

The firm received the award during its recent Engineering Excellence Awards program.

Michael Baker led the design, construction and operational implementation of CTfastrak, the nine-and-a-half mile bus-only roadway that is aimed at reducing congestion along I-84 in central Connecticut.

In addition, Michael Baker developed ridership forecasts, bus schedules and a public information campaign to educate the community on the benefits of the bus system in the area. 

Cantor Colburn Named Fastest Growing U.S. Patent Law Firm

From 2004-2013, Hartford's Cantor Colburn has been the fastest growing patent law firm in the country, according to patent analytics and research firm Juristat in its Rainmaker Firms blog post.

Juristat measured growth in workload in more than 300 U.S. intellectual property law firms as an indicator of which were great businesses.

ConnectiCare Recognized as American Heart Association ‘Fit-Friendly Worksite’

For the sixth consecutive year, Farmington insurer ConnectiCare has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association.

ConnectiCare offers employees an on-site fitness center, healthy food options at its on-site cafeteria, friendly fitness competitions, weight management programs and incentives for demonstrating healthy behaviors and meeting biometric outcomes such as blood pressure and body mass index goals.

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