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    Digital Game Studies

    Video games and homework typically don’t work together to create an enriching and educational experience for students during the school year. In fact, games are often seen as a…

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    Course Spotlight: Video Games and Society

    The traditional methods of studying sociology often involve exploring theories, reading textbooks, and conducting field research. These means of learning are used to understand…

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    Course Spotlight: New Venture Challenge

    Drew Harris, Ph.D. of Central Connecticut State University’s (CCSU) Management and Organization Department, discovered a shared characteristic that ties the fields of…

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    Fishing for Microbeads on the Connecticut Coast

    This summer, students from Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) have the opportunity to study New Haven Harbor and Long Island Sound while working on a research project…

  • CSU-AAUP Faculty Research Grants: As Diverse as Our Student Body

    CSU-AAUP Faculty Compete for Limited Grant Funds Selected from a competitive field of applicants, CSU-AAUP grants have been awarded to 244 research projects and partnerships to…

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    What If Galileo Had Tenure?

    “Tenure is at the heart of every college and university,” says Dr. William Lugo, Chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work at ECSU. “Tenure must be…

    CSU Faculty Showcase Their Work

    Faculty from Eastern, Southern, Western, and Central Connecticut State Universities showcase their research, student involvement, courses, volunteerism, and publications. With research topics ranging from non-Newtonian fluid…