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FAIRFIELD, Conn.—Sacred Heart University is establishing a new School of Computing. The School will house two graduate programs—master’s in computer science and information technology and master’s in cybersecurity—and four undergraduate programs: computer science, information technology, game design and development, and beginning in the fall of 2017, computer engineering. “We’ve seen tremendous growth in computer science enrollment,” said Robin Cautin, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. “We’re making a strategic investment to reflect the University’s commitment to academic excellence and distinctiveness among Catholic institutions in the Northeast, particularly in regard to the STEM fields.”
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Sacred Heart University hosted Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen at its annual Constitution Day celebration. “I love constitutional law,” Jepsen said before the event began. He chatted and took pictures with students and Professor Gary Rose, chair of the Government, Politics and Global Studies department, outside SHU’s Schine Auditorium. “I like to speak with all students, whether fourth graders or pre-law students.”
Fairfield, Conn. - The Gaelic American Club of Fairfield and the Center for Irish Cultural Studies at Sacred Heart University will host Áille na hÁille (A Terrible Beauty): A Suite in Honor of the Heroes of 1916 at the Edgerton Center for Performing Arts on Oct.29 at 8 p.m. For ticket information, call the Edgerton box office at 203-371-7908 or visit edgertoncenter.org.