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Alumna named School Counselor of the Year
Laura Kelley '19 was named the School Counselor of the Year by the Connecticut School Counselor Association. Kelley is a counselor at Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck. Read more about her
Student veterans soar at Central
Earlier this month, Central’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO), with support from the Student Government Association and Student Activities and Leadership Development, took part in a suicide
Dr. Maurer elected to Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
Dr. Sarah Maurer, a professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and associate to the dean at Central, is among the newest members of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE). CASE was
CSCU partners with Ithaka S+R to improve credit transfer
The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system has partnered with Ithaka S+R to help students successfully transfer credits when moving between colleges and universities or attempting
Governor, state leaders, historians meet at Central to plan for Declaration of Independence anniversary
Published on on March 15. NEW BRITAIN — Hundreds of Connecticut’s amateur and professional historians gathered in a Central Connecticut State University auditorium on Friday to begin the
Central joins DEEP study of state fisher population
This article ran on on March 14. By Jesse Leavenworth, Staff writer Sixteen sleek fishers are hunting, denning, and bearing kits in the Connecticut woods while wearing GPS collars meant
Marketing and Communications team earns 11 Educational Advertising Awards
Fresh off its reorganization and university brand launch, the Institutional Marketing and Communications team at Central has hit gold. Gold, silver, and bronze to be exact. The Educational Advertising
Nominate a student for President's Citation Award
Nominations are now open for the President’s Citation Award, which is presented annually to outstanding seniors. The award recognizes accomplishments and contributions that benefit the university
Central students speak at Capitol to support fellow Aspiring Educators
At a March 11 press conference hosted by state Senator Doug McCrory, several aspiring educators urged the Legislature to continue funding the Aspiring Educators Diversity Scholarship. The program is
Central ranked #1 for economic mobility in Connecticut
CollegeNET, Inc. ranked Central at #36 out of 1,200 colleges and universities nationwide on its economic mobility index (SMI). Among higher education institutions in Connecticut, Central holds the