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Civil Engineering student earns $1,000 scholarship
The Connecticut Chapter of Women in Transportation awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Liliana Carrion, Civil Engineering student who will graduate in May. Carrion is a first-generation student who moved
Game Studies is coming to Central!
Game Studies is coming to Central!
Aimee Loiselle elected to board of Labor and Working-Class History Association
Aimee Loiselle was elected to the board of the Labor and Working-Class History Association as co-chair of Contingent and Community College Faculty and Independent Scholars Joint Committee.
Dr. Kusaila selected for new BHEF fellowship
The Business-Higher Education Forum selected Associate Professor of Accounting Dr. Michelle Kusaila as one of 19 recipients nationwide for its inaugural Faculty Innovation Fellowship. The program
Fire in James Hall displaces 60 students
Central Connecticut State University is helping students displaced by a fire on the first floor of F. Don James Hall that ignited shortly after 6 p.m. on March 4. Students were evacuated, and the New
Japanese studies doubles enrollment in two years
If you listen closely, you might hear some conversational Japanese around the Central Connecticut State University campus. That’s because student enrollment in Japanese language and culture courses
Open forum addresses student housing, infrastructure, and inclusion concerns
With the spring semester at its mid-point, President Zulma R. Toro hosted an open forum on March 4 to update students on several university initiatives and answer questions. Members of Toro’s
Central students shine at CFA Institute Research Challenge
Team Central placed second in the 2024 CFA Institute Research Challenge hosted by CFA Society Hartford. The research challenge is an annual global competition in which university teams conduct equity
Professor Folker settles linguistic debate
What's the correct way to pronounce the word "biopic"? Take a listen:…
Blue Devils partner with The Beautiful Life for second year
Central's Athletics Department partnered with The Beautiful Life Foundation to bring disabled residents from Avon and Farmington to Central's campus for an interactive experience. Watch: https://www