Calculus I. Those of us who weren’t required to take it probably didn’t. Many engineering, chemistry, biology, math, and health sciences majors, however, find themselves in a calculus class fairly early in their college careers.
The University of Hartford community had a half-dozen reasons to celebrate as the 34th annual Sports Emmy Awards were handed out this past spring in New York City’s Lincoln Center. Six UHart alumni captured prestigious Sports Emmy Awards.
The Class of 2017 arrived on campus at the end of August—excited, a bit anxious, and possibly homesick. We welcomed more than 1,500 new students (see back cover) and thousands of returning students over Labor Day weekend. It was as if someone flipped a giant power switch somewhere and the giant woke up.Also in this issue:
Karen Romero ’93 talking about when she first realized what her career would be. Romero, a mass communication major in the School of Communication in the University of Hartford’s College of Arts and Sciences, is now a coproducer on the hit Fox television show Glee.