The University of Harford or the UHart, is a private, independent university located at West Hartford, Connecticut. The University of Hartford is now almost six decades old. Its roots go back to the year 1877 when one the three schools which became the base of UHart, the Hartford School for Decorative Arts were founded. Later, the Hartt School of Music was established. During the last decade the UHart took over ambitious projects to build better infrastructure including a new residence hall, Hawk Hall; the $34 million Integrated Science, Engineering, and Technology (ISET) complex; the Renée Samuels Center; the Mort and Irma Handel Performing Arts Center; and a new University High The university offers about 82 bachelor’s degree programs, 10 associate degree program, 28 graduate degrees, and 7 certificates or diplomas. The university covers arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences. The university is spread over seven campuses. The ISET or Integrated Science, Engineering, Technology and Architecture consist of three buildings with biology and chemistry facilities. A public magnet elementary school is also located on the University of Hartford Campus. In 2004, the University High School was established as a partnership to the Hartford Public Schools. The University also consist of six residential suite-style complexes are each capable of housing 312 students. A Sports Centre is also present inside the campus. The University has student strength of more than 7000 in which more than 5000 students are at undergraduate level and more than 1500 students at post graduate level. There are over 700 administrative staff in the university. Dr. Walter Lee-Harrison is the current President of the UHart. Marissa Cloutier, Hirokazu Fukawa, Nels Highberg, Abby Ilumoka-Nwabuzor, Jean McGivney-Burelle, Melinda Miceli, Peter Oliver, Joan Pedro are some of the prominent faculty member who are encouraging the research among students of UHart. University of Hartford partners connect with the diverse skills, talents, and expertise of their students and faculty in many ways. Some partners are invited to visit campus, to share their expertise as guest lecturers or coaches, while others hire talented students as interns and full-time employees. The University is cultivating rich and mutually beneficial relationships with business, industry, government, and community and not-for-profit partners.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from University of Hartford that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from University of Hartford that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.