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The CCIC concluded that its 11 member institutions had a $33.2 billion economic impact on Connecticut in 2017.
Associate Professor Tolga Kaya noted there were "hundreds of electrical engineering positions in the Northeast that are unfilled."
Riskin plans to add updates on the recent college bribery admissions scandal in his book's second edition.
On raising the minimum wage, 70.6 percent of respondents approved the idea and 25.8 percent rejected it.
"We will be looking at sweatshop labor, counterfeiting and other legal issues," said David N. Bloom, the program's director.
The event has grown from a handful of participants and awards to one that this year featured hundreds of attendees and the recognition of 57 companies throughout New England.
"We’re going to teach these leaders to manage and lead in a social and emotional space," said Michael P. Alfano, dean of the Farrington College.
Miami-based ABS Capital Co. sought to replace the Monticello Gardens apartments at 4100 Park Ave. with a 179-unit, 600-bed facility.
"The poverty is worse than most Third World countries," said Sacred Heart University's Jody Bortone about the South Dakota reservation.
“Part of what we’re doing, from an educational perspective, is to prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist,” says Darcy Ronan, assistant professor at SHU’s Isabelle Farrington College of Education.
“Any type of organization that has employees can benefit, from a nonprofit to a for-profit business,” said Mary Ignagni, program director and assistant lecturer.
“We are not really communicating monetary policies and politics among countries," said Robert F. Engle. "We are all one world and we have to solve these problems together."
In 2002, MacNamara gained national attention for his work as lead negotiator in a hostage situation at the Fairfield University campus.
The top issues driving voters’ decisions at the poll continue to be the high overall tax burden (17.6 percent), the state budget crisis (17.6 percent) and low economic growth in Connecticut (12.6 percent).