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News at SCSU
Rwandan Genocide Survivor Earns Business DegreeDaniel Trust, a Rwandan refugee, earns a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.
Graduate Makes Good on Mother's Dying WishAngela Read earns B.S. in nursing after making good on mother's dying wish.
Hail and Farewell to the 2013 GraduatesJerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, delivered the 2013 undergraduate address...
Men's Track & Field Team Runs to Victory in New England ChampionshipMen's Track and Field Wins Second-ever New England Championship
Romancing the StonesAnthropology Professor Michael Rogers and three seniors join an archaeological expedition in Ethi...
Graduate Student Wins Fulbright AwardCreative writing student Brendan Walsh will travel to Laos to teach English.
Southern Earns Power of Change AwardSouthern has earned an energy efficiency award for its efforts to reduce its use of electricity.
School of Business Building Brings Home the GoldThe new School of Business building recently earned LEED Gold certification.
Predicting Student SuccessSouthern is participating in a program that will help students choose their majors by looking at ...
A Formula to Connect Chemistry with Connecticut's WorkforceThe Chemistry Department has developed two initiatives to bolster student success in the workforce.
Barnard Scholars Shine Brightly in Classroom, CommunitySouthern's 2013 Barnard scholars seek careers in the helping professions.
Smiling with the WorldKelly Mabry, an assistant professor of communication disorders, has started a campus club called ...
Ruggers Prep Students for SATsTwo Southern alumni are providing free tutoring to Hillhouse High School students for SAT and ACT...
Forgiveness is Never Having to Say ItSteve Larocco, professor of English, explores the various types of forgiveness in our society.
Not Your Parents' ReligionJoe Manzella, professor of anthropology, is writing a book on his travels to a variety of alterna...