SHU in the news
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—A play by Sacred Heart University junior Grace Curley ’23, What It Means to Be Polite, has been accepted to the 2022 Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC), due to take place March 3-6 in Cleveland, OH. Curley is the first SHU …
Connecticut is testing a belief that remote work will outlive the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting challenges and opportunities for a workforce that might lack digital skills yet benefit from telecommuting.
A recent Sacred Heart grad has landed himself a contract with a professional gaming management company.
A Yale-educated evolutionary biologist and a faculty member at Catholic, liberal-arts-focused Sacred Heart University, Geffrey Stopper also oversees one of its newest courses: advanced craft beverage brewing.
Read More here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/liberal-arts-colleges-career-training/2021/03/19/1ed405aa-872a-11eb-bfdf-4d36dab83a6d_story.html?fbclid=IwAR0392IDsXAtKxKw5oeedzoERb3yFA8bA7t4n9tMydFxDqLbv9VjUPM5DFM
SHU Offers Certification in Remote Working, read more here: https://www.sacredheart.edu/news-room/news-listing/shu-offers-certification-in-remote-working/
Sacred Heart University held their annual Internship and Career Fair on Oct. 23 from 1-4 p.m., however, unlike previous years this fair was held virtually.
Read more about the Career Fair in the Sacred Heart Newspaper, The Spectrum here:
Sophomores meet monthly with mentors and benefit from their insight and experience
Sacred Heart University’s Mentoring Visionary Pioneers (MVP) Program recently completed its successful inaugural year, despite moving its sessions online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The MVP program connects …
Sacred Heart University launches iHub at West Campus. Click here to read more and learn how you can get involved!
Read about how some Sacred Heart University interns are helping the Monroe, CT Police Department take steps to avoid excessive force: