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Paddling into summer
Students in Dr. David Sianez’s Transportation Design course built a Hawaiian outrigger canoe this semester. The boat is 16 feet long, 8 feet wide, and constructed from marine plywood and fiberglass
Stanley and Ella's ducklings make their debut
Stanley, Central's seasonal resident duck, returned to campus earlier this month and has hatched her next brood. Seven ducklings are now happy and healthy as they follow mom around the Central campus
Central crime lab students pinpoint suspicious financial activity
Seventeen Central students investigated financial crimes this academic year through the Community Based Forensic Accounting Crime Lab led by Professor of Criminology Dr. Julie Schnobrich-Davis and
The peerless Patti Penney to graduate at 81
(Originally published JANUARY 22, 2024) By Leslie Virostek A student in the Bachelor of General Studies Program, Patti Penney is simply extraordinary. It’s not just that she’s a veteran who once
Ledford and Smith win 2024 Excellence in Teaching awards
The Excellence in Teaching (EIT) Committee at Central Connecticut State University announced the winners of the annual EIT Awards during Faculty Appreciation Day on May 3. The committee presents the
Earth and Space Sciences student earns Bristol Gem and Mineral Club scholarship
The faculty of the Earth and Space Sciences Department recently awarded student Zoe Prevost its Bristol Gem and Mineral Club $1,000 scholarship. The award recognizes outstanding Earth and Space
Central announces Barnard, honors, and leadership award winners
Central Connecticut State University announced the winners of several academic awards presented annually to outstanding graduating seniors. The honorees were recognized at a reception on May 1 at
Central was 'The best thing that I ever did'
Central student Patti Penney, 81, spoke with WFSB about why she went back to school later in life and what the journey has meant to her. Watch the interview here: https://www.wfsb.com/2024/05/01/81
Field trip: Civil Engineering students tour CTDOT lab
A group of Civil Engineering students and Dr. Bin Zhou recently visited the Connecticut Department of Transportation Material Evaluation and Specification Unit in Rocky Hill. Students learned about