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University closing at noon (Feb. 8)
With the snow now projected to last into the afternoon, the University will be closed
at noon today (Monday, Feb. 8) for students, faculty and non-essential staff.
All afternoon and evening classes scheduled to commence after 12 p.m. are canceled.
News at SCSU
Autism Expert Selected as University's First Endowed ChairRuth Eren, the director of SCSU's Center of Excellence on Autism Spectrum Disorders, has been cho...
SCSU, PerkinElmer Team Up to Boost Science Opportunities for StudentsSouthern and PerkinElmer are teaming up to boost science opportunities for students.
SCSU Study: Microplastics Flowing Into Long Island SoundAn SCSU study shows that microbeads, a form of microplastics, are flowing through Connecticut's w...
Autism Expert Selected as University's First Endowed ChairRuth Eren, chairwoman of the Special Education Department, has been named as Southern's first-eve...
SCSU President, U.S. Rep. DeLauro Discuss FAFSA ChangesSCSU President discusses FAFSA changes with U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro.
SCSU Educator Preparation Programs Meet All State StandardsSCSU educator preparation programs are granted full continuing approval from the state Board of E...
SCSU Faculty Earn National Science AwardSix SCSU faculty members have earned a prestigious award in science.
Wellness Center Receives State Grant to Support New Tobacco-Free PolicyFunds will enable training of anti-tobacco youth advocates to engage and mobilize peers through c...
Shipley Publishes Two New Books of PoetryThe CSU Professor and award-winning poet has published 10 books of poetry and six chapbooks.
SCSU Alumna Receives Prestigious Art FellowshipWellesley College awards Sarah Tortora, '11, the Alice C. Cole '42 Fellowship.
Sierra Magazine Ranks Southern Among Nation's Greenest UniversitiesPublished by the Sierra Club, Sierra Magazine annually ranks "Cool Schools" based on their sustai...
New Course Explores Psychology of Stereotyping, PrejudiceA new course will enable students this fall to explore the psychology of stereotyping and prejudice.
Crawford Named Interim Associate Vice President for Academic AffairsWill provide leadership in the Office of the Provost for the development and implementation of po...
Area Teachers Get Lesson on STEM's Link to IndustryArea teachers attend the third annual Materials and Manufacturing Summer Teachers Institute.
Letter from ParisUpdates from the summer 2015 study abroad program in Paris