Eastern Connecticut State University

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Op-Ed: At budget hearing, CSCU students don’t rate a place in the room

Connecticut state legislators should not forget about the students of the Connecticut State College and University system when apportioning state support. They have no $86 million dollar reserves to tap into — or $1.8 billion dollar state-funded initiatives to leverage. Continue Reading →

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ECSU president calls for more dialogue with restive faculty

Responding to concerns among faculty about plans for the future of Connecticut’s regional universities, the president of Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic said she knows they have the school’s best interest in mind, and she called for more dialogue between faculty and administrators. Continue Reading →

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Faculty push back on president’s plans for Connecticut State Universities

Gregory w Gray  5-2-13

Discontent among some faculty with leadership of the state’s largest public college system may be close to a boiling point. Meetings are scheduled on two campuses this week to discuss concerns with initiatives for the future that have been put forward for the state’s four regional universities by Board of Regents President Gregory W. Gray. Continue Reading →

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House GOP leader demands, gets apology from ECSU professor

House Speaker J. Brendan Sharkey talking to House GOP Leader Lawrence F. Cafero Jr. before Cafero addressed the House.

It was a stunningly swift cycle of gaffe, controversy and apology in the Internet age: An adjunct professor insults Republicans on Monday, only to find his words recorded and posted online, drawing a denunciation from the floor of the state House of Representatives on Tuesday. Continue Reading →

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