Faculty and Staff in UHart's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Produce 100 3D Printed Face Covers for Local Health Care Professionals
In response to a shortage of PPE (personal protection equipment) for health care workers working during the COVID-19 pandemic, nine members from the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) at the University of Hartford joined forces to 3D print a modified design, assemble and deliver 100 highly coveted face covers that will be distributed to local health professionals.
Barney School of Business Ranked in the Eduniversal Evaluation Agency Best 1,000 Business Schools Worldwide
University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business has been identified as one of the best academic institutions in the by Eduniversal Evaluation Agency as a result of Eduniversal's official selection of the 1,000 Best Business Schools in 2019.
University Of Hartford to Provide Free Housing for First Responders
In partnership with the city of Hartford, the University will house police officers, firefighters, emergency telecommunicators, and other essential staff.
Changes to Spring Semester
The University of Hartford has made the difficult decision to not resume in-person classes for the spring semester as planned. Classes will resume online March 30 and continue until the end of the semester.
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UHart Loans Ventilators to Hartford Hospital for COVID-19 Patients
The University of Hartford loaned three much-needed ventilators to Hartford Hospital in early April to help critically ill COVID-19 patients receive the care they need. These ventilators are typically housed in labs in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, where students in the respiratory care program train to become respiratory therapists.
Professor’s Book About Underground Railroad Sheds Light on Culture of Violence
In his latest book, The Underground Railroad and the Geography of Violence in Antebellum America, (Cambridge University Press, 2020), Hillyer College Professor of History, and noted historian of American political violence, Robert Churchill, examines the role geography and violence play in the narrative of the Underground Railroad.
Professor’s Advice: Develop Courage and Seek Mentors
“Courage is a habit,” says Professor of Chemistry Laura Pence. “The first time you do something that scares you, or that you don’t know how to do, it’s hard.” Pence says there’s a difference between, “I don’t know how to do that” and “I can figure this out.”
Barney School's Online MBA Program Ranked in the Top 25 Nationally among Private Universities and Colleges
Online MBA Report ranked the online MBA program at the University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business in the Top 25 Nationally among Private Universities and Colleges (#25) and #2 in Connecticut.
DeMaio Interviewed on Leadership in Radiologic Technology
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UHart Helps Community in Fight Against COVID-19
The University is committed to helping the community in the fight against COVID-19.
Female CETA Students Empower Young Girls at Tech Savvy Conference
Seven female students from the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) participated in the seventh annual Tech Savvy Conference on March 7, 2020, in Hartford, Conn.
UHart’s Formula Society of Automotive Engineers Team Led by Students from Different Majors
Through UHart's comprehensive and unique community, students can meet and work with others from different schools and colleges within the University. FSAE's team, for example, is led by students in CETA, Barney, and the Hartford Art School.
Critical Updates to COVID-19 Response
UHart continues to work on detailed plans related to our phased approach to protect our community and the anticipated impact on our students and employees.
Coronavirus Update: Spring Break and Classes
Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), all classes have been canceled on Friday, March 13, and will resume on Monday, March 30, online only.
UHart continues to monitor new developments and concerns surrounding the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, and will provide updates to the campus community as available.
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