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  • SCSU Needs Volunteers for Autism Project

    SCSU Needs Volunteers for Autism Project
    Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven - in partnership with Haskins Laboratories -  is conducting a study on the communication skills of children with autism.  Many kids with this developmental disabilitiy avoid eye contact.  So, researchers are trying to determine how this contributes to speech and language problems.
  • Autism Awareness Day

    Autism Awareness Day
    Expect to see a whole lot of blue tomorrow in Connecticut and around the world! Tomorrow, April 2nd, is World Autism Awareness Day. Each year, for the past 7, Autism Speaks celebrates "Light It Up Blue", which is a global initiative that kicks off ...

    Best Local Four-Year College

    Best Local Four-Year College
    1) Yale University 38 Hillhouse Ave.  New Haven  (203) 432-9300     2) Quinnipiac University   3) Southern Connecticut State University  

    East Hartford Superintendent Receives Contract Extension, Salary Increase

    EAST HARTFORD — Superintendent Nathan Quesnel has received a three-year contract extension and salary raise. Quesnel has been superintendent since 2012. The contract extension will run through June 30, 2018. Quesnel also received a salary increase...

    Hartford Seeks To Start Citywide Youth Athletics Initiative

    Hartford Seeks To Start Citywide Youth Athletics Initiative
    HARTFORD — The city may soon have a sports czar to oversee what would be the first extensive youth athletics program administered in partnership with the public schools, officials said. The city council has approved $90,000 toward management...