Sacred Heart University has awarded tenure and promotions to seven faculty members. Additionally, nine other professors earned separate promotions. Tenure was awarded to Tenure awarded to Bernadette Boyle, Colleen Butler-Sweet, Walker K. Hughen, Cara Erdheim Kilgallen, Gordon Purves, Tuvana Rua and William Yousman.
Sacred Heart University’s class of 2022 will be the most academically talented in the history of the 55-year-old University. Continuing its rise as one of the top 10 fastest-growing Catholic universities in America over the last decade (Chronicle of Higher Education), more than 1,550 students have committed to enroll as first-time freshmen at the University in the fall. This represents an 80 percent increase in full-time freshman enrollment dating back to the fall 2012 semester.
Connecticut stands at a critical economic crossroads, and decisions made in the next two years may have serious repercussions for years to come, according to research released recently at Sacred Heart University. Students in the Jack Welch College of Business presented the annual Connecticut Economic Outlook in the Forum at the Frank and Marisa Martire Business & Communications Center, assessing the state’s macroeconomic indicators, such as state growth, unemployment and business investment.
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