Magner Receives Honorable Mention from Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education FoundationRichard Magner ’14, a mathematics major from Beacon Falls, CT, received an Honorable Mention from the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.
Gambling Awareness Campaign Targets Athletics Four students in the social work program at Eastern have been given the task of raising awareness about problem gambling within the athletic community.
Eastern Student to Present at National Conference Eric Cerino ’14 of Stratford will present his research project on senior citizens at a national research conference in Washington, DC in April.
Prolific Author to Teach Special Course at Eastern Jeff Benedict ’91, bestselling author, award-winning features writer for Sports Illustrated and Eastern alumnus, will join Eastern’s faculty this summer to teach an upper-level communication course.
Michèle Bošković Authors Fourth Book Michèle Bošković, French professor in the World Languages and Cultures Department at Eastern, has authored her fourth book titled “Paroles d’auteurs jeunesse: Autour du multiculturalisme et des minorites visibles en France”.
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Retirement Crisis: Eastern Professor Publishes New Book Sociology Professor James Russell’s new book, “Social Insecurity: 401(k)s and the Retirement Crisis,” has been named by “Publishers Weekly” as a top 10 book in Business and Economics for Spring 2014.
Eastern Alumna Authors Seventh Book Eastern Alumna Dana Rondel ‘93 has authored her seventh book titled “Rise & Reach: Life and Leadership.” The book supports individuals on their journey toward greater self-awareness.
President Núñez Named to Nellie Mae Foundation Eastern President Elsa M. Núñez has joined the board of directors of the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the largest charitable organization in New England focused exclusively on education.
Weir in Windham - J. Alden Weir Anne Dawson, chair of the Visual Arts Department and professor of art history at Eastern, is working on a multifaceted project on world-famous artist J. Alden Weir.
Pachis Wins Grant Economics Professor Dimitrios S. Pachis has been awarded a $1,500 grant from the international economics honor society, Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE), to augment the experience received by Eastern students studying economics.
State Campus Sustainability Conference Planned The Institute for Sustainable Energy at Eastern is planning a statewide Campus Sustainability Conference to be hosted by Middlesex Community College (MXCC) on April 25, 2014.
Nanette Tummers Authors Stress Management Book Nanette Tummers, professor of health and physical education at Eastern, has authored a new book titled “Stress Management: A Wellness Approach.”
Top School for Students Interested in Military Service Eastern has been recognized as a top college in Connecticut for students interested in military service by the College Database, an online directory of U. S. colleges.
I Speak Textbook: The Right Book For You
Barnes & Noble has come up with a series of short sketches that explain textbook options to students.
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President Núñez and Eastern Honored by Hartford Courant Eastern was again listed in the top five top workplaces in the large organization category by the Hartford Courant for 2012.
Eastern Named “Green Campus” for 4th Year in a Row Eastern Connecticut State University is one of the 322 most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review.
DHS Selects Eastern for Campus Resilience Pilot Program U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today announced the selection of Eastern to participate in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Campus Resilience Pilot Program (CR Pilot).
One of the Best in the Northeast Eastern has been named one of the top colleges in the Northeast by The Princeton Review.
A College of Distinction Student Horizons, Inc., a leading publisher of college guides and informational materials for students considering their college options has announced that it has included Eastern in the 2013–14 edition of Colleges of Distinction.
Eastern Named a “2013 Great College to Work For” For the fifth year in a row, Eastern Connecticut State University has been named as one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Eastern Named to Community Service Honor Roll Eastern Connecticut State University has been named to President Obama’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll With Distinction. Eastern is one of only 110 schools in America with this distinction.
Where’s the Shuttle Bus? Download a free mobile app and find out where the shuttle bus is every second of the day. Go to Eastern’s Transloc website to see the application and download it to your mobile phone. Accessible versions are also available.
“Eastern Alert” An Emergency Notification System for Eastern students, faculty, and staff in cases of weather closings and campus emergencies. To sign up for text, voice, e–mail, and phone alerts, go to the Eastern Alert Website.
FEATURED DONOR: SBM Charitable Foundation, Inc. The SBM Charitable Foundation, Inc. has given the University two major leadership gifts in support of early childhood education programs.