Faculty & Staff News
HCC professor tapped to produce play on water crisis in FlintWritten by Matt Fischer
Dexter Singleton, an adjunct theater arts professor at HCC, has just been contracted by the University of Michigan to develop and direct a documentary-style play on the Flint Water Crisis.
HCC Biology professor receives state-wide, Board of Regents Teaching AwardWritten by Matt Fischer
Housatonic Community College is pleased to announce that, Robin Avant, Assistant Professor of Biology & Molecular Biology, is the recipient of a System-Wide Teaching Award for the Connecticut Community Colleges
HCC Professor Seeks New Strategy for FISA Enforcement at International ConferenceWritten by Matt Fischer
Professor Samantha Mannion, Coordinator of the Criminal Justice Program, presented at the annual International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) this month..
Theater Arts Program to Celebrate Women With Four Day EventWritten by Matt Fischer
Starting Monday, March 5, the HCC Theater Arts Program will present InterACTion Symposium: WOMEN with daily performances and discussions in the Lafayette Hall Performing Arts Center.
HCC Appoints New Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and Resource DevelopmentWritten by Matt Fischer
Housatonic Community College (HCC) announced Nov. 20 that Fiona Hodgson has joined the school as the Executive Director of the HCC Foundation. Hodgson brings more than 30 years of professional experience with a focus on institutional advancement for higher education both here in the United States and the United Kingdom
Housatonic Community College VISTA Grant Helps Develop a College-Wide Financial Literacy ProgramWritten by Anisha Thomas
HCC has received a grant from the Connecticut Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA program which enables the college to establish a college-wide program in Financial Literacy.
Cancer Cure: From Man's Best Friend to MankindWritten by Joan Lloyd
A public talk by Dr. Mark Mamula, a Professor of Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine and lead investigator, on how he is developing a cure for cancer through studying and treatment of canine cancer.
Housatonic CC Advisor Adds Associate's To Complete Her Lineup Of DegreesWritten by Richard Hubbard
Mary Clark has run out of college degrees to earn. Clark, who is the director of academic advising at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, graduated Thursday with an associate's degree in general studies from the school where she works. She went back to earn this degree even though she already has a bachelor of arts degree, a master's degree and a doctorate degree. "I love what I do; apparently, I really love it because I keep getting degrees," she said…