Past Issues

Winter - Spring 2019

Central family celebrates new Willard-DiLoreto complex

University officials, state and local dignitaries, and members of the campus community celebrated the completion of the new Willard-DiLoreto complex with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 20. Among the guests was Carol A. Ammon '73 after whom the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is named. The two-year, $63 million project gutted...

Fall 2018

CCSU Nursing launches partnership with CT Hospice

It’s a picture-perfect early autumn day. Expansive views of Long Island Sound greet guests of The Connecticut Hospice in Branford. Here, in the conference room, a group of CCSU faculty and nursing students have gathered for lunch and conversation with Hospice representatives. They are talking about the University’s new MS...

By Amy J. Barry

Spring - Summer 2018

Through persistence, Love Wins

The Ana Grace Project and Central Connecticut State University hosted “Love Wins Because She Persisted” on April 14, featuring an intimate conversation with Chelsea Clinton and Nelba Marquez-Greene, founder of the Ana Grace Project. Clinton and Greene discussed the necessity of leadership among women and girls, the Love...

January 2018

Prognosis is good for a productive semester in new nursing lab

The mood around the Department of Nursing has been understandably upbeat lately. In mid-February, students, faculty, and staff started moving into a new, state-of-the-art space in Copernicus Hall nearly three times the size of its current home. “We are just so cramped for room,” Interim Department Chair Catherine Thomas,...

By Loretta Waldman

Fall 2017

Form and Function: Professor Vicente Garcia Reflects on the Art of Teaching

Vicente Garcia is as prolific a teacher as he is an artist. A professor at CCSU since 1997, where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate ceramics classes, Garcia has been working in clay and metals for more than three decades, exhibiting and selling his work at art fairs and festivals throughout New England and New York. In...

By Amy J. Barry

May-June 2017

10 Students Earn President's Citation Award

It was a big year for the President’s Citation Selection Committee. Not only did the committee receive a record number of nominations, but this year’s class of President’s Citation Award winners was the largest to date at 10 students. The award is given to graduating seniors who are nominated by members of the...

By Marisa Nadolny

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Annual breakfast honors MLK's legacy

Provost announces 2019 promotion and tenure recipients

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Marisa Nadolny


Amy J. Barry, Kate Callahan '14, Loretta Waldman


John Atashian, Michael J. Fiedler, Johnathon Henninger

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