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Nominations open for Bradley M. Waite Research Award
Nominations are now open for the Bradley M. Waite Research Award. Please consider nominating a faculty member for the award, which is presented annually to a Central faculty member in recognition of
EIT Committee announces 2024 finalists, semi-finalists, and honor roll
The Excellence in Teaching (EIT) Committee announced on Feb. 23 the honor roll, semi-finalists, and finalists for the 2023 - 2024 Excellence in Teaching awards. This year, students nominated 249
Engines of Mischief: Technology, Rebellion, and the Industrial Revolution in England, 1817-1818 by Dr. Louise Blankeney Williams has been accepted for publication
Dr. Williams’s work is a historical role-playing game in the Reacting to the Past series. “Robots will take our jobs!” So announced a recent news article. Human workers are being replaced by
Community Health Education Clinic is open for business
The Central Connecticut State University Community Health Education Clinic opened for business on Jan. 24. The clinic offers free health screenings to Greater New Britain residents and members of the
From Texas to Connecticut, Dr. Camesha Scruggs pursues a new path in history
By Amy J. Barry Central professor Dr. Camesha Scruggs has a big-picture mission with a close-up focus: To impart the lessons of history through the lens of regular folks, whose oral storytelling
Central earns high rank among Connecticut Nursing programs
Central’s Registered Nursing program earned a high ranking on a professional nursing organization’s top 10 list of best nursing schools in Connecticut. The website RegisteredNursing.org placed Central
Central stands United Against Hate
In response to recent antisemitic, anti-trans, and anti-AAPI incidents, Central Connecticut State University convened a symposium on Feb. 7 to discuss the incidents and their legal implications
Alumna named 2023 Connecticut Arts Hero
This article ran online in the Hartford Courant on Feb. 11 . By Pamela Brown Special to the Courant Gabbie Barnes is a multi-faceted woman who continually seeks ways to expand her knowledge and set
Aspiring educators at Central earn $5,000 scholarships
Four aspiring educators at Central Connecticut State University will get a boost to their education thanks to a national scholarship program for Education students. Nylamar Samuels, Samantha Escobales
Listen in to 'The Sophomore Tea'
Join us for a live recording of "The Sophomore Tea" podcast, where we spill the tea on all things Sophomore and what being a Sophomore at Central means. Episodes are recorded on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in