Tag: University of Hartford

Josie Brown Named Dean of University of Hartford College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Brown currently serves as a professor of English and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Point Park University, where she has taught courses on African American, Caribbean, and Ethnic American literature for the past two decades.

Lawrence P. Ward Named Seventh President of the University of Hartford

“In my experience, leading with personal authenticity and humility, as well as with vision and strategy, builds credibility, increases trust, and strengthens people’s willingness to work well together," said Dr. Ward. "That’s how I will approach my presidency at UHart."

Julius P. Williams Becomes First African-American President of the Conductors Guild

Dr. Williams serves as a professor of composition at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He holds a bachelor's degree from Herbert Lehman College of the City University of New York and a master of music education degree from the Hartt School of Music of the University of Hartford in Connecticut.

Student Expelled From the University of Hartford After Allegedly Harassing Black Roommate

A White woman student at the University of Hartford in Connecticut was expelled from school and faces criminal charges after she posted on social media that she had done several things to intimidate her Black roommate.

University of Hartford Grad Looks to Be First Black GOP Congresswoman

The daughter of Haitian immigrants, she converted to Mormonism, moved to Utah and was elected mayor of the town of Saratoga Springs.

Five African Americans Named to Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Here is new of two men and three women who have assumed or will soon assume new administrative duties in higher education.

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