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This Week at CCSU

This Week at CCSU

Delia González Sanders Exploring Dementia’s Cultural Dimensions

“Alzheimer’s is heartbreaking,” declares Delia J. González Sanders, LCSW, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Field Coordinator. “I’ve seen how cruelly it impacts my pre-social work and social work students who struggle as caregivers of close relatives with this affliction.” At…

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Civil Engineering Program Builds Bright Future for Grads

Civil engineering—one of the oldest types of engineering—involves design, construction, and maintenance of buildings, dams, bridges, tunnels, highways, water supplies, and sewage systems. Civil engineers use physical laws, mathematical equations, and theories of mechanics in their work. They must use…

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Civil Engineering Program Builds Bright Future for Grads

Civil engineering—one of the oldest types of engineering—involves design, construction, and maintenance of buildings, dams, bridges, tunnels, highways, water supplies, and sewage systems. Civil engineers use physical laws, mathematical equations, and theories of mechanics in their work. They must use…

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Community Central: A Downtown Storefront Fosters Partnership

In just eighteen months, Community Central, located at 117 West Main Street in downtown New Britain, has become the core of connection among CCSU students and faculty, the Downtown District, and the New Britain School district. Located in a 1,400…

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New Britain Freshmen Now Regular Visitors to Campus

CCSU and New Britain High School have created a program that brings students to campus at least three times during their freshman year. The program, now in its second year, appears to be very popular. When a bus problem postponed…