The United Soccer Coaches College announced its annual Team Academic Award winners on Aug. 16, and both the men’s and women’s soccer teams received the award. The honor recognizes teams that collected
By Sarah Kaufman Visitors to Wintergreen Woods in Wethersfield can now access more areas of the park thanks to a gift to the town from Central Connecticut State University’s Department of Civil
By Sarah Kaufman A quiet hum emanates from the two four-foot-high boxes tucked behind the greenhouse on the campus of Central Connecticut State University. Located between Nicholas Copernicus Hall and
The Northeast Conference announced today that the Blue Devils league game against LIU will be played on CBS Sports Network on Thursday, Oct. 26. More details here!
WFSB reports on teacher shortages in Connecticut with feedback from School of Education and Professional Studies faculty and students. View it here: https://www.wfsb.com/2023/08/09/teacher-shortage
“I didn’t know this was a profession until I was a freshman in college,” says Dr. Joanne León, associate professor and chair of the Social Work Department. “I was brought up on being part of your
Twelve Journalism students and two professors at CCSU visited Paris and the Olympic Village ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games.
Early in 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered businesses and schools, physical education teacher and Central Connecticut State University alumnus Alex Clark ’14 explored ways to keep his
“You’re in for a real treat! This is going to be so good,” said Kathleen Wall, as Central Connecticut State University Professor Kristine Larsen set up for a recent presentation. Larsen was speaking