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Educational Leadership expert publishes guidebook for teachers, school leaders
In the rapidly changing field of education, teamwork, leadership, and support are more important than ever, according to a new book by Central Connecticut State University professor Dr. Jeremy Visone
Applied Innovation Hub
Opened in January 2022, the Applied Innovation Hub (AIH) houses technology enhanced active learning classrooms, computer-based classrooms, and teaching & research laboratories equipped with state-of
Central honors Distinguished Alumnus, Dr. Miguel Cardona ’97
Central Connecticut State University honored U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona ’97 with one of its top awards and a special gift on Dec. 3. In his first visit to campus as Education
Communications professor is at the intersection of health and social justice
By Laura Sheehan In a world rife with injustice, Dr. Rati Kumar is tackling one of its most formidable issues: health equity. A scholar, research scientist, and associate professor of Communication
Cardona ’97 nominated to serve as U.S. education secretary
Christmas came a little early this year for Central alumnus and Connecticut State Commissioner of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona ’97, whom President-elect Joe Biden selected as his nominee for education
Dr. Shelly Jones makes math culturally relevant
By Amy J. Barry Even before other educators had begun adding the “A” for Arts to the acronym STEM, Dr. Shelly M. Jones was full-STEAM ahead of the curve. In Jones’s case, she saw a certain harmony
Coffee connoisseurs marry old-world techniques with modern technology
By Kate Callahan '14 Two graduates of the School of Business are finding new ways to brew up business. While they may have different business plans, these alums share a winning blend: coffee and
Teamwork moves campus forward in a new normal
By Amy J. Barry Over the past eight months, Central’s administration and staff have been working resolutely under the leadership of President Zulma R. Toro to keep the COVID-19 pandemic at bay and its
Barnard Hall addition and renovation
Construction on Barnard Hall added 10,000-square-feet of space and updated the original circa-1950s structure, including new HVAC systems, window replacement, and sprinkler and fire alarm upgrades
James Randall: From CCSU to Hampton Court Palace
By Kate Callahan '14 Although British student James Randall ’17 never took a history class with Professor of History Matthew Warshauer, the two have a creative history that is visible all over campus