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Region's entrepreneur boosters say more local investment is needed to grow state's startups, economy

John Stearns |

The region's entrepreneur boosters say more local venture capital investment is needed to grow Connecticut's startups and economy.

CT Tech Council pushes policy agenda

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Technology Council wants gubernatorial candidates to keep the needs of the state's approximately 6,000 tech companies front-of-mind this summer.

CT Invention Convention breeds student entrepreneurs

Q&A talks with Ron Katz, executive director of the Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC).

Tunxis among group receiving $237K for bioscience, health research

Joe Cooper |

Tunxis Community College is among a group of higher education partners being awarded $237,069 to provide students with research opportunities in bioscience and health-related fields.

Martin Roth | Dean, University of Hartford Barney School of Business

John Stearns |

Five years after becoming dean of the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford, Martin Roth is about to take on the business of being a university president for the first...

Manchester Community College pres. Glickman retires

Joe Cooper |

Manchester Community College President Gena Glickman announced Tuesday she will retire from her post after serving 10 years.

Tunxis' $120K grant to study CT energy-code compliance

Gregory Seay |

Farmington's Tunxis Community College will use a $120,000 grant to study whether Connecticut municipalities and homebuilders are complying with state energy codes, school officials say.

CT's fiscal woes test its commitment to manufacturing-skills training

Gregory Seay |

Standing at the rostrum in the soaring, light-filled classroom building at Farmington's Tunxis Community College, Mark Ojakian put on his best face.

Trinity College enrolls most diverse class in history

Joe Cooper |

Trinity College has enrolled its most diverse incoming class of freshman while also raising their academic acceptance scores for the class of 2022, school officials said.

Accrediting body rejects community college consolidation

Jacqueline Rabe Thomas | CT Mirror |

A pitch to consolidate administrative functions at the state’s dozen community colleges to save millions of dollars has been rejected by a regional accrediting body, raising the possibility of...

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