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About three-quarters of residents who graduated from the University of Connecticut during recent semesters now work in the state, according to new data from the school.
Nearly a dozen former Stone Academy students filed a federal class action lawsuit against officials in the state’s Office of Higher Education and Department of Public Health Tuesday, alleging that the departments violated their 14th amendment rights
The University of St. Joseph will offer a new concentration in esports management next fall in response to the growing popularity and business impact of competitive gaming.
After months of resistance from students and faculty, the Board of Regents voted Thursday to raise tuition by 5% at the state’s regional universities and community colleges.
The Derby-based Griffin Hospital School of Allied Health Careers formally launched its new Naugatuck Campus Thursday morning, and it will help displaced former Stone Academy students complete their education.
Albertus Magnus College recently obtained full accreditation for its master of science degree in human services.
One by one, former and current female cadets told personal and emotional stories before Congress on Tuesday of sexual harassment and assault while attending the Coast Guard Academy in New London.
In her first year as president of the University of Connecticut, Radenka Maric oversaw the culmination of a major building construction project and accepted the largest single donation in the school’s history.
Eastern Connecticut State University is offering four new accelerated online master’s degree programs starting with the spring 2024 semester, including in accounting, management, special education and applied data science.
In response to a once-unreported investigation at its Connecticut-based academy, the Coast Guard on Wednesday released its 90-day internal review to identify workplace and culture issues and address gaps in its sexual harassment and assault polici
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Yale University has purchased a life science office and laboratory building at 300 George St., in New Haven for $139.6 million. The transaction was recorded with the city Dec. 1.
Albertus Magnus College has sold a three-building complex in New Haven for more than $7 million that it will leaseback from the new owners.
A Superior Court judge on Monday granted a $5 million prejudgment remedy in a lawsuit against Stone Academy, which abruptly closed last February.
The UConn Foundation has appointed longtime higher education fundraising executive Amy Yancey to serve as its next president and chief executive officer.
CT State Community College has reached an agreement that will make it easier for its graduates to continue their education at Atlanta-based Morehouse College.
Democrats in the General Assembly have proposed bills that would expand the state’s paid sick leave law to all private sector workers.
Under the proposals, all workers in Connecticut would be eligible for up to 40 hours of paid sick leave, depending on how many hours they work.
Currently, the state’s paid sick leave program only applies to companies with more than 50 workers.
In addition, the proposals would expand the categories of family members an employee may use paid sick leave to care for, including grandchildren.
They would also allow workers to use paid sick leave for counseling for a physical or psychological injury, or a disability.
Republican leaders expressed concerns about the proposals, calling them “tone deaf.”
A lobbyist for the Connecticut Business & Industry Association said the proposals, while well-intentioned, would have a negative impact on small businesses with few employees.
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