New CCSU campaign 'flags' dating violence
CCSU aids in down syndrome focus of program at CCARC. 10-19-14, Herald.
CCSU taps students for $150K ad campaign. Hartford Business, 10-8-14
CCSU students develop $150,000 ad campaign for University
Business prof Joseph Farhat's study of private startups featured in Inc. magazine.
Polish Ambassador to attend Polish Studies Gala; Public invited.
Astronomy Professor stars as Women in Science Leader
CCSU student Danerick Peralta is Pathways/Senderos success story
Alumna Kate Callahan, award-winning songwriter is profiled
Economics professor Garfield Blake interviewed on car sales. Herald, 9-12-14
Banner honors CCSU's recycling victory. Bristol Press, 9-6-14
CCSU receives grant to aid in safety training, education for miners. Herald, 9-1-14
Surprise award for dean emeritus
DUI checkpoint Sept. 4
CCSU nursing professors win state service award
Former Engineering and Technology Dean honored for his Distinguished Service to CCSU
Former CCSU president to get prestigious EMS award, Herald 8-23
CCSU bans most smoking on campus. Herald, NBC CT, 8-25
U.S. Rep. Esty salutes startup companies
Connecticut's role in Civil War topic of Haddam History Talk. The Middletown Press, 8-14-14
Professor Walton Brown-Foster on race and class in midterm elections. Hartford Courant, 8-15-14
Elihu Burritt Library reveals a world of Polish history, culture, nostalgia and memories
Young artists show their stuff
Kris Pryce of Suffield named teacher of the year. Journal Inquier. 8-18-14
Prof. Walton Brown-Foster's commentary about race & class issues in the state primary published in the Courant.
Robotics Goes Down Under At CCSU. Fox CT, 8-5-14
Children create SeaPerch ROVs as a part of CCSU's Summer Robotics Program
Alum Elliot Sudal is swimmingly suitable shark wrangler
"Mornings wih Ray Dunaway" interviews Professor Alfred Gates of CCSU on drones aircraft and privacy.
Puerto Rican Mayor for the Day!
Young Latino and The ESPN Dream
CCSU works with State to take steps to change social studies in schools. The Day, 7/13/14
Grad Shortlisted For International Book Prize. Courant, 6/14/14
BOE and CCSU vote to expand opportunities for NBHS students to obtain college credits. Herald, 7-14-14
CCSU Scholarship Program Aids Students in STEM Fields
CCSU Journalism Students Featured on New Britain Herald
Professors Mary Collins & Eleanor Thornton & CCSU students collaboration with New Britain Industrial Museum featured on NPR
Professor of History Heather Munro Prescott's Report on Emergency Contraception featured in Philadelphia Inquirer
Hear about the awesome projects being done by CCSU Engineering students!
TESOL grad student writes op-ed about need for adult English language tutor volunteers. CT Mirror, May 5
Important update for the Graduate Commencement Ceremony on May 15th:
CCSU partners with Bristol schools to build leaders. Bristol Press, 5-10-14
Business leaders honored at annual Gala. Hartford Business, 5-12-14
Scene at CCSU: University-city collaborations examined at forum. Herald, 5-11-14
New Britain wins award for excellent public space. Herald, 5-7-14
CCSU Launches New MBA Program
CCSU enters the MBA-degree fold. Hartford Business, 5-13-14
Central Graduation: Proud To Be Blue Devils, Courant, May 17
CCSU Alum Michaelknight Zayas leads NBHS Health Academy. Herald, 5-18-14
Nature walk celebrates revised trail guide. Herald, 5-18-14
For graduating grad students, 'an opportunity to magnify our blessings'. Herald, 5-17-14
Technology and Business Development seminar includes security tool training. Bristol Press, 5-16-14
Veterans History Project records interviews from 700 state war veterans. Hartford Courant, 5-25-14
CCSU grad turns a hobby into a money-maker. Bristol Press, 5-26-14
CT's Confucius Institute opens at CCSU, June 5
Calling all CCSU Sophomores!
Professors Richard Benfield and John Mitrano explain why Rock Cats deal with Hartford is foul. Herald , June 8
CCSU is showcased on national TV as alumna Erin Brady ends her reign as Miss USA 2013.
Philanthropist leaves $6.5 M to CCSU; Proposed student rec center to be named in his honor