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UConn Stamford residence hall placed on Covid quarantine

One commuter student also tested positive for Covid-19.

UConn Stamford dorm ready to admit recovering coronavirus patients

UConn’s Board of Trustees has unanimously approved an agreement to sublease the 116-unit residence hall at 900 Washington Blvd.

UConn Stamford unveils digital technology center

Synchrony provided the school with a $1 million donation to its Connecticut Commitment initiative.

CT colleges get mixed grades in report on student costs and...

The University of Bridgeport and Western Connecticut State University were cited for high costs and low completion rates.

UConn expanding student housing options in Stamford

Practically from the moment that UConn opened its first residence hall in his city last year, Stamford Mayor David Martin has been hoping to add more student housing. On Wednesday, June 6, he got his wish.

UConn Stamford ready to open its first student housing

The residential hall includes an 80-person meeting room on its first floor, a community center on its second floor and study lounges on every floor.

Stamford, Danbury hosting health care roundtables with state official

Connecticut’s Health Information Technology Officer Allan Hackney will review the findings of the Health Information Technology Advisory Council.

UConn plans first dormitory housing in downtown Stamford

The University of Connecticut's Stamford satellite is closing in on a deal that could bring near-campus housing to hundreds of students for the first time in the school's history.

Galt, Synchrony and Walmart CEOs share insights at CEO Evolution

Current and past executives from Walmart, Synchrony Financial and Galt & Co. shared their business expertise across a broad range of topics at the recent 2016 CEO Evolution panel.

Big data misconceptions, myths and magic

To clarify the misconceptions behind what makes big data valuable for businesses, the University of Connecticut is offering a program called “Demystifying Big Data.”

A+ in business

High schoolers tackle real-life problems.

Ad spending swells as campaigns hit home stretch

The Democratic and Republican candidates in the race for Connecticut’s open Senate seat and in the state’s five congressional races reported a combined $23.5 million in expenditures for the October Quarterly filing period.