News and Updates
Recent Events and Highlights
Dr. Pelayo Awarded the Diploma of Distinguished Visitor by the City of Oaxaca, Mexico
Professor Luke Eilderts' French Program in Paris
Professor Carlos Arboleda's Spanish Program in Salamanca
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Professor Ruben Pelayo's Video Project
Video I –narrated in Spanish with English subtitles-- is a succinct biography of Gabriel García Márquez intended to celebrate his unparalleled fame in all modern languages. The video stresses his identity, his journalist skill as chronicler, as a writer, and his often mistaken year of birth. The video conveys the idea of a writer who can also be seen as a husband, father, friend, and as a private man. Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, he is, undoubtedly, the most popular writer of the 20th Century in the Spanish Language.
Video II –narrated in Spanish with English subtitles-- is an insightful look at García Márquez's masterpiece One Hundred Years of Solitude. The video takes the viewer through the first short stories and novels that led to the making of this opus magnum with commentaries by world-wide known authors, and analogies with Sophocles, Kafka, and Faulkner. Intended for a world audience, this video presentation brings forward a broader school of Spanish criticism and a perceptive analysis of thematic issues often reduced in Anglo-speaking settings. The novel, according to Pelayo, is many present-day societies in the abstract.
Breastfeeding in the Workplace a Public Health IssueA new book looks at breastfeeding best practices in the higher education workplace.
Location, Location, LocationThe university now offers a minor in new minor in Geospatial Information Science (GIS) and Techno...
Theatre Department's "Godspell" Invited to Regional Theater FestivalProduction is the only show from Connecticut invited to perform.
Students to Test Their Hotel Management Skills in Global CompetitionStudents in the Recreation & Leisure Department will participate in a hotel management competitio...
Study Aims to Find Source of Childhood Autism Language ProblemsA study led by Julia Irwin, associate professor of psychology, aims to get to the heart of autism...
Professors' Music Theory App Is A HitTwo music professors have developed an app to teach music theory that is gaining in popularity.
Troy Paddock Named 2014 Faculty ScholarHistory Professor Paddock receives award for his book on Imperial Germany.
Science Ed Students 'Adopt' New Haven SchoolScience education students are working with kids participating in an after school program at a Ne...
SCSU Choir to Travel to GreeceThrough a generous gift of the Stutzman Foundation, the SCSU choir will travel to Greece next yea...
Southern Recognized at National Level for Excellence in ServiceUniversity is named for third time to President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Life Obstacles No Barrier to Nursing GradNewly-minted APRN has bright future after years of adversity.
SCSU Partners With Yale, NHPS to Enhance Teacher TrainingSouthern is collaborating with Yale University's Comer School Development Program and the New Hav...
"A Machine Aesthetic": Lavin Wins Arts Fellowship, Holds Solo ExhibitionArt Professor Terrence Lavin's work is honored by the state Office of the Arts and on exhibit in ...
"We Make Cool Stuff With Our Hands"Sculpture major takes his work outdoors to raise awareness about art.
Consequences for Modern MotheringMotherhood myths and reality are subjects of new study.