Students, faculty and staff celebrated the academic successes of Sacred Heart University’s inaugural master of physician assistant class at an intimate commencement ceremony last week. The 26 students in the cohort, who spent the last 27 months in intense courses and clinical work, sat in the front row of the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts listening to the encouraging and congratulatory words of professors and guest speakers.
"Alley Powered by Verizon" Innovative Coworking Space to Open at SHU
December 12, 2018
Sacred Heart University will enter into an agreement with Verizon and Alley, for the creation, management and operation of an innovative coworking space at SHU's West Campus, formerly corporate headquarters for General Electric, in Fairfield, Conn. This new partnership, called Alley powered by Verizon, will be the first in Connecticut and the first time Alley powered by Verizon is located on a college campus.
Princeton Review Names Sacred Heart’s MBA Program One of the Best
December 11, 2018
Professors with industry experience, the opportunity to develop a product with a local company and flexible classes are just some of the reasons why The Princeton Review included Sacred Heart University’s Jack Welch College of Business master of business administration (MBA) program in its “Best Business Schools for 2019” listing. The leading tutoring, test prep and college admission services company compiled its list of the 252 top business school using institutional data, information provided by students enrolled in MBA programs and data from school administrators.
Sacred Heart Students Serve, Learn at Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation
December 10, 2018
A group of Sacred Heart University occupational therapy (OT) and nursing students and faculty recently participated in a week-long service learning program at the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation in La Plant, S.D., an area with a population of 171 people.
Hospital Leaders Consider Faith and Health-Care Issues
December 6, 2018
While Western Connecticut Health Network, Inc., is not a Catholic-run organization, physician John Murphy, its president and CEO, told a Sacred Heart University audience he firmly believes there is a sacramental quality to the work his team does every day. “I think ours is a ministry of hope,” he said during a recent discussion at SHU. “I think that is a message Christ gave us.”