School of Public Policy (SPP) Administrative Coordinator Wade Gibbs recently joined Leadership Greater Hartford’s (LGH) Quest 2022. The program unites Wade with other high-performing mid-career professionals from sectors across the region. Together Wade and other participants will engage in experiential leadership training within the Hartford community. They will also identify needs and establish task forces to […]
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Get Your Textbooks at Barnes & Noble Hartford Bookstore!
Looking for textbooks or new UConn apparel for the upcoming semester? Look no further than the Barnes & Noble Hartford Bookstore! The bookstore has a variety of textbook options, including new, used and ebooks. You can find your textbooks using this link and selecting the Hartford and Law campus from the dropdown menu. Enter the […]
Food Friday: A Tour of Hartford Eats
This summer the Department of Public Policy (DPP) explored food stops near our UConn Hartford home. Interested in exploring the city on the weekends? Parking is free in Hartford on Saturday and Sunday! Have a favorite food location? Let us know at email@example.com. Front Street Rush Bowls serves fruit and all-natural food bowls at 15 […]
A Tour of Hartford Parks
This weekend we took a tour of Hartford’s beautiful parks! Here’s a recap of some of the parks greatest features! Bushnell Park Bushnell Park is the oldest publicly funded park in the United States. Park features: Bushnell Park Carousel, Champion Trees, Corning Fountain, Horace Wells Statue, Israel Putnam Statue, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch, Spanish-American […]