The Connecticut State Colleges and University system announced that it will begin the spring 2022 semester as originally scheduled.
The mandate includes employees at UConn Health and at the university’s five campuses.
The new state budget mandates Connecticut’s first tax fairness study in seven years.
Central Connecticut State University in New Britain will resume in-person classes in the fall along with the other state colleges. In-person classes will resume at state colleges this fall, with mask-wearing and social-distancing requirements still in effect, officials said Monday. The announcement came at Gateway Community College on Monday, where leaders from colleges and universities […]
The COVID vaccines are authorized for “emergency use,” making the legality of mandates murky
The schools are lobbying both Congress and the Lamont administration for protections from lawsuits stemming from coronavirus infections on campus.
More than half of all coronavirus-related deaths in Connecticut involve nursing home residents.
A shortage of new masks at hospitals nationwide has forced researchers and scientists to come up with alternative options.
After a 2014 study found CT’s tax system hammers the poor and middle class, officials have postponed a second analysis.
The federal government has scrambled to keep the coronavirus at bay, but Connecticut’s Democratic lawmakers say that’s not enough.
The senators asked about the severity of the disease and how many airline passengers from China have been screened. No one in Connecticut has yet been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Connecticut is losing more bioscience jobs than it is gaining, despite a sizable jump in research and development jobs over the last three years. Alexion’s departure is the latest in a line that has undercut bioscience growth. Nonetheless, many say New Haven is nearing a “critical mass” after years of effort by Yale and a new cluster is emerging in Farmington after more than $1 billion in state investment.
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s policies on immigration are roiling the immigrant community in Connecticut, as they are across the nation. “Right now people don’t know what to expect,” said Carolina Bortolleto, an immigrant activist. “Everybody in the [immigrant] community feels things are dangerous and are scared.”
NEW HAVEN — Senate President Pro Tem Martin M. Looney joined Gov. Dannel P. Malloy at a downtown press conference on economic-development policy Tuesday, a reminder he does not intend to curtail his schedule as he awaits a kidney transplant. He says he is weeks or months away from needing dialysis.
Despite the passage of legislation five years ago that authorized the creation of the state’s first public umbilical-cord blood collection bank, organizers say a state-sponsored effort to collect cord blood in Connecticut has stalled.