Jobs in the digital media industry are in high demand – especially in the state of Connecticut. Employers around the state are constantly looking for up and coming talent with the skills to solve the problems of today’s digital landscape. We’re helping to close the gap by connecting students to the training they’ll need for the job opportunities of the future.
Digital Media CT (DMCT) is a summer training program, developed in partnership by the Connecticut Office of Film, Television & Digital Media and the University of Connecticut Digital Media & Design Department. It has been designed for individuals who want to develop the basic skills necessary to seek work in the industry or enhance their current skill set and advance their careers
2017 marks the 75th Anniversary of the University of Connecticut School of Nursing. In the spirit of appreciating our history, honoring our roots, and celebrating our present, recognition will be given to 75 individuals who have made a difference in the school’s development and on the communities it serves.
The honorees will include those who, through their professional achievement, distinguished leadership, support, practice, research, and instruction, have made dramatic and enduring contributions to our school’s growth, prestige, and well-being. Nominees may be alumni, non-alumni, or staff of the university. What each has in common is their contribution to the school…leading, empowering, and/or transforming.
Heather L. Spottiswoode
UCONN School of Nursing
Office of External Relations
Enjoy a photo gallery of dynamic images from the UConn Stamford campus!
As part of a new pilot program between UConn Stamford and Stamford Public Schools (SPS), 20 UConn students interned at multiple SPS schools during the winter break, gaining real-world experience that aligned with their studies and future career goals.
We are proud to announce that the Department of Computer Science and Engineering will begin offering its B.S. in Computer Science at the Stamford campus in Fall 2017. Apply now!
Affordable downtown housing will transform the campus and the city, while increasing student learning opportunities
Donors Peter ’55 (BUS) and Re’ Telep are committed to supporting UConn Stamford students today – and in the future.
These pictures were recently unearthed/discovered of the early stages of converting the UConn-Stamford campus in Downtown Stamford, from a Bloomingdale’s into the beautiful facility we enjoy today. For a trip down memory lane, see these pictures from roughly 1997-1998.