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Linda Napoletano, who is currently pursuing her Certificate of Advanced Study through the Graduate Liberal Studies Program, recently made the news. Napoletano’s final project, a play entitled “Blind and Toothless” tells the story of Bangladeshi immigrant and hate crime victim Rais Bhuiyan. Mr Bhuiyan was shot in the face by Mark Stroman in the wake […]

A recent article in The Hartford Courant discusses the work done this summer by Johann Varekamp, professor of earth and environmental sciences, and his Graduate Liberal Studies students to document more than 300 years of pollution in Wethersfield Cove. The researchers found high levels of mercury, which was used extensively by industrial manufacturers until the […]

ESPN’s Front Row blog posted a writeup on GLS student (and ESPN’s Chief Technology Officer) Chuck Pagano entitled ESPN Front Row – Chuck Pagano, Stargazer. The article profiles his responsibilities at ESPN, his passion for astronomy, and continues… These days, however, he’s in the midst of astronomy studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., in […]

Students in the spring 2011 Biology of Marine Mammals course with Geoff Hammerson spent the final day of their one-week immersion course on a field trip in Cape Cod Bay.  They just happened to be there at the right time to witness a portion of the largest assemblage of the endangered Atlantic right whale ever […]