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Hanwha Aerospace USA invests $200k in Central
Following its recent decision to move to Connecticut, Hanwha Aerospace USA has swiftly demonstrated its intention to be a good neighbor. During a visit to campus on Dec. 12, the firm signed an
Dexter '07 debuts on Broadway
Central alumnus Stephen Dexter ’07 made his Broadway debut as an understudy in “The Shark is Broken,” a comedy that opened in August at the John Golden Theatre. The play explores the behind-the-scenes
WATCH: Fox 61 explores the Central VR lab
Fox 61 featured Central Connecticut State University on the most recent edition of its "Live. Work. Play." series. Host Teresa Dufour spoke with Central student Abe Romo-Gonzalez about the unique
Alumna named softball coach at Mitchell College
This article appears on… . By Day Staff Reports New London – Samantha Hynes has been named the head coach of the
Frank, Gil & Friends celebrates 30th anniversary
Growing up in an Italian American household in Ohio, Dr. Gil Gigliotti said he always had an awareness of who Frank Sinatra was. However, it wasn’t until the late 1970s when Dr. Gigliotti developed a
Educators Rising student brings passion for teaching to Central
Watch a recent WTNH segment about Connecticut's Educators Rising students:…
Building up the next generation of STEM leaders
Central Connecticut State University students Abigail Denison and Tiffany Lubanski each received a $10,000 Future Built Scholarship from Presidio, a digital services provider based in New York. The
Central selected for inaugural first-gen student cohort
Central Connecticut State University will continue to build up its support services for first-generation college students as a proud new member of the First Scholars national cohort. Powered by the
Central serves up rewarding career for Phil Barnett ’97
By Amy J. Barry Phil Barnett ’97 worked his way through Central as a busboy at a small local restaurant. The young Marketing major could not have imagined that 25 years later he would co-own the
CCESR featured in national newsletter
Central's Center for Community Engagement and Social Research earned a nod in a recent newsletter published by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU). AASCU reported on