Internships should not be taken lightly, and the university’s John Kniering, director of Career Services, wanted to get involved. A few weeks ago, TIME Magazine quoted John Kniering regarding adults taking internships with no pay and students who are not receiving college credit.
The Aperture Foundation has no problem creating new ideas which becomes apparent in their traveling exhibit featuring photography by Chuck Close and poems by Bob Holman.
“Every two minutes someone is sexually assaulted,” according to Karen Schermerhorn, Office and Program Coordinator in the Connections Health Education and Wellness Center, in response to the Take Back the Night event. Take Back the Night was held to recognize victims of sexual assault or domestic violence. It was a
It is an exciting event when the community and the university join together to create a day of fun and a sense of fulfillment, and that is what Community Day does for Hartford.
Students who are looking to help other students with their work and become a benefactor towards a faculty member should look in to becoming a preceptor for a class. The university has a preceptor program for students with advanced academic and leaderships skills to help faculty members provide more options
The university is offering a new class for students in the upcoming fall semester that is designed to help students who are physical therapy majors with an extreme hands on approach. Students who are looking for a challenge, interested in helping others, and students who want to get further in
Reusable water bottles have become popular, and the environmental reasons behind that were presented in a documentary at the university. The film, “Tapped,” was presented to students, faculty and staff on Tuesday to show the affects of bottled water. The film was presented by professor Katharine Owens, of the politics
Students staged an organized protest outside of CAT’s general board meeting on Tuesday to further voice opinions stated in last week’s issue of the Informer.
Have you ever wanted to pray but never knew where to go to get the quietness you were looking for? Earlier this week The University of Hartford has made an addition for new daily and weekly activities. Now there is a meditation room on campus for any religious groups that
Since Jan. 12, almost everyone has heard about the earthquake that damaged Haiti, and subsequently there have been different ways to help. On Thursday, Feb. 18, the University of Hartford is going to make a difference of its own. The university will be holding a benefit concert to help the