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For a relatively small campus of 5,300 students, the “Warriors” of Eastern Connecticut State University do a lot. They conduct high-quality research and present in conferences across the country. They perform in stunning theatrical productions and prod...
Eastern's annual graduation ceremony was held at the XL Center in Hartford on May 15, with more than 12,000 family members and friends cheering on their sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, as...Summer 2018
In May 2014, 16 Eastern environmental earth science (EES) students took a 12-day field excursion throughout Arizona. The excursion, a three-credit summer course, brought the students to a number of...Summer 2014
Eastern Connecticut State University recently released its list of newly enrolled students for the fall 2012 semester. Haley Celotti of Ashford, CT, is attending Eastern this fall. "We are pleased...Fall 2012
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Awards & Recognition
Eastern Student Haley Celotti of Ashford Participates in Environmental Earth Science Undergraduate Research ProjectUndergraduate research and creative activities at Eastern Connecticut State University provide opportunities for students to work closely with faculty mentors on research or creative work. Projects...Summer 2016
Eastern Connecticut State University Student Haley Celotti of Ashford Attends Geological Society of America Northeastern Section 51st Annual MeetingEastern Connecticut State University Environmental Earth Science (EES) faculty and students recently attended the Geological Society of America (GSA) Northeast Section 51st Annual Meeting in Albany...Spring 2016
Activities & Affiliations
In May, a number of students accompanied three faculty members from the Department of Environmental Earth Sciences (EES) to Iceland to study geology. This was the department's first trip to Iceland...Summer 2016