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September 2020

Nursing General Information Session 10.20.2020

September 28 @ 12:00 pm - October 20 @ 2:00 pm
Webex

Learn about the Nursing program, admissions requirements, process to apply, see the faculty and talk with Nursing faculty and Admissions staff to answer all your questions live! *NOTE* You will need to first download the FREE 'Cisco Webex Meetings' app on your phone or device.

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ONE CHANCE MEDIA – CARICATURE ARTIST

September 30 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
TBD

A LIVE digital caricature artist will be available in a Zoom room to create live digital caricatures of guests attending the event during a two-hour session. How to join An email will be sent to your school email by the Director of Student Activities – Randall Ward with steps to join.

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October 2020

Admissions General Information Session 10.02.2020

October 2 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Learn about the admissions requirements, process to apply, college resources and admission staff to answer all your questions live. *NOTE* You will need to first download the FREE 'Cisco Webex Meetings' app on your phone or device.

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Admissions General Information Session 10.06.2020

October 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn about the admissions requirements, process to apply, college resources and admission staff to answer all your questions live. *NOTE* You will need to first download the FREE 'Cisco Webex Meetings' app on your phone or device.

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Hartford Panorama: Joseph Ropes, Sam Colt & the Great Flood of 1854 by William Hosley 

October 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Webex

In 1854, while Sam Colt was developing the Coltsville factory village and Armory, Hartford was hit by the biggest flood of the 19th century. Colt hired a local artist, Joseph Ropes, to create a remarkable panoramic mural that captures with photographic accuracy what the capital city looked like on the cusp of transformation. Four lone, narrow paintings viewing east, west, north and south are rich in details of a cityscape that today is 90% gone. This program will talk about…

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Thematic tour – Hartford Art & Art Patrons at Wadsworth Atheneum led by William Hosley 

October 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

This tour will introduce us to the stories behind, and artifacts belonging to such legendary personalities as JP Morgan, Daniel Wadsworth and Sam & Elizabeth Colt. It will explore Hartford connections between famous artists and collectors like Frederic Church, Wallace Nutting, Sol LeWitt, Aaron Chapin, William Glackens, and John Trumbull and introduce path-breaking patrons and philanthropists like Samuel P. Avery, Rev. Francis Goodwin and Frank Sumner.  Sponsored by CT Humanities 

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Radiology Technology General Information Session 10.13.2020

October 13 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Learn about the Radiology Technology Program, admissions requirements and process to apply. See the Admissions staff to answer all your questions live! *NOTE* You will need to first download the FREE 'Cisco Webex Meetings' app on your phone or device.

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Paramedic General Information Session 10.15.2020

October 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Webex

Learn about the Paramedic program, admissions requirements and process to apply. See the Admissions staff to answer all your questions live! *NOTE* You will need to first download the FREE 'Cisco Webex Meetings' app on your phone or device.

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General Information Session 10.16.2020

October 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Webex

Learn about the admissions requirements, process to apply, college resources and admission staff to answer all your questions live. *NOTE* You will need to first download the FREE 'Cisco Webex Meetings' app on your phone or device.

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Woman’s Suffrage and More:  Edna Purtell and Mary Townsend Seymour by Dr. Tracey Wilson 

October 21 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Webex

The Connecticut woman’s suffrage movement had a profound impact on the women who participated, even though they were not capable of moving those who wanted to keep the vote just for men.  The suffrage movement in Connecticut was an incubator for organizing, education, and building leaders. It is a story of cross class alliances, women lobbying for multiple issues, and women divided on an issue that today we might think would unite them. The story is one that teaches us…

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