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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
Career Closet helps Central students dress for success
By Savanna Yelling Central’s Career Development Office has inaugurated the "Central Career Closet" in Carrol Hall, offering complimentary professional "career-ready" clothing to all students. "When
Author's Corner features Q&A with Dr. Loiselle
The journal Current recently featured an interview with Dr. Aimee Loiselle, an assistant professor of History at Central, about her latest book, "Beyond Norma Rae: How Puerto Rican and Southern White
Central senior earns Student Employee Award
The Association of College Unions International (ACUI) presented Alyssa Vezina, a senior Graphics Technology major at Central, with its 2023 Student Employee Award during ACUI's regional conference
Seniors take all in RC car competition
On October 26, Mechanical Engineering seniors Andre Roumer, Julian Tarlowski-Parady, Kevin Rheaume, and Ridwane Ouro Bode competed in the RC Car Design and Race Competition sponsored by the Society of
Alumnae reconstruct the glass ceiling
By Amy J. Barry Women project managers in the construction industry have always been a rarity, and even today, nationwide, women only hold 8 percent of these jobs. The good news is that Central is
Central students hit the road to DOT
Civil Engineering graduating seniors and American Society of Civil Engineers student club members visited the Connecticut Department of Transportation headquarters with Dr. Bin (Brenda) Zhou and Dr
Central students win first place in regional construction competition
Construction Management students at Central Connecticut State University participated in the recent Associated Schools of Construction student competition and brought back first-place honors to