Connecticut is a proper noun. Connecticut is (1) a New England state; one of the original 13 colonies, (2) one of the British colonies that formed the United States, (3) a river in the northeastern United States; flows south from northern New Hampshire along the border between New Hampshire and Vermont and through Massachusetts and Connecticut where it empties into Long Island Sound.
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun Connecticut.
Connecticut is the 48th largest state in the USA, located in the northeast and comprised of only eight counties. Visit this site to learn more about the state and find printable maps of Connecticut.
Hartford is the state capital of Connecticut. Learn about the Connecticut state government agencies, operations, and public services. Find information about living, traveling, and working in Connecticut.
Learn about rural, suburban, and urban real estate markets in Connecticut. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the Connecticut real estate resources on this page.
This National Park directory page lists National Parks, Historic Landmarks, and Natural Landmarks in the State of Connecticut. An interactive Connecticut map, plus photos and highlights, are included thereon.
UConn, located in Storrs and founded in 1881, is the state's flagship institution of higher learning. It is a major land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant, research University with over 16,000 undergraduate students at the Storrs campus. The University also has schools of Law, Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy. Information about visiting the campus and applying are on the website.
Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut, has its origins in the Colonial days of America. There are over 5300 undergraduates, 6000 graduate students, and a faculty of 3333. Yale is a highly selective Ivy League school with programs in art, architecture, divinity, medicine, and law, among others. The website provides information about visiting and applying.
Browse this art school directory for information about art schools in the United States of America. The photograph on this page shows Hartford Art School in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Massachusetts is the 45th largest state in the USA, bordered by New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the Atlantic Ocean. Several maps of Massachusetts are included on the website.
New York State is the 30th largest state in the USA, bordered by the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and the states of New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island is the smallest state in the USA, bordered by Connecticut, Massachusetts, and the Atlantic Ocean. Visit this site to learn more about Rhode Island and find printable maps of the state.
Gartner, founded in 1979 and headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, is an information technology research and advisory company. They have 60,000 clients in 10,000 distinct organizations. They also have branches in 75 countries. Gartner relies on the original research that they produce to help make faster and smarter decisions. Products and services are all listed on the website.
GE is a diversified technology, media, and financial services company. Located in Connecticut, GE was founded in 1892 by Thomas Edison with his invention of the light bulb. Today its businesses include appliances, aviation services, consumer electronics, electrical and energy products, finance and business services, healthcare, media, and more.
Internet.com is the Internet and IT Network from Jupitermedia Corp., which is located in Darien, Connecticut and established in 1994. The website provides news and information for IT developers, small business, and personal technology. Blogs and Events can also be found on this site. Users who are interested in up-to-date news and ideas from the world of the Internet will find it here.
Thomson, headquartered in Connecticut, was formed by the merger of Thomson Newspapers, a UK firm, and International Thomson in 1989. Today it is a publisher of information and online sources in the fields of Finance, Healthcare, Law, Science, and Tax and Accounting. Users can search the website to find products in any of those fields and information about acquiring them.
The following articles provide recent Connecticut-related news.
The University of Connecticut canceled its football season. Divisions II and III scrapped all of their fall championships. And fans were reminded that a college football season is anything but certain.
Alan Blinder and Billy Witz. New York Times. Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 21:50:25 +0000.
Both the Big Ten Conference and the University of Connecticut made headline news Wednesday morning, but for totally different reasons in a totally different season.
By Patrick Rishe, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 14:19:38 -0400.
Chelsea Gray made some changes to her pregame meal, allowing her to have a big game in the Sparks' 81-76 win over the Connecticut Sun.
Thuc Nhi Nguyen. Los Angeles Times. Friday, 31 Jul 2020 14:28:56 -0400.
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