Students interested in graduate programs at the University of Bridgeport are welcome to join us for information regarding the application process and program details. The graduate programs represented include Business, Engineering, Education, Design Management, Counseling, East Asian and Pacific Rim Studies, Global Media and Communication Studies, and Criminal Justice and Human Security.
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|Thursday, March 1||6-7 pm||Wahlstrom Library, 6th Floor||Bridgeport|
|Thursday, March 15||6-7 pm||84 Progress Lane||Waterbury|
|Thursday April 5||6-7 pm||84 Progress Lane||Waterbury|
|Thursday, April 12||6-7 pm||Wahlstrom Library, 6th Floor||Bridgeport|
|Thursday April 26||6-7 pm||84 Progress Lane||Waterbury|
|Wednesday, May 23||6-7 pm||Wahlstrom Library, 6th Floor||Bridgeport|
|Thursday, May 31||6-7 pm||84 Progress Lane||Waterbury|
|Thursday, June 14||6-7 pm||Wahlstrom Library, 6th Floor||Bridgeport|
The Office of Admissions hosts weekday campus tours at 10:00am, 12:00pm and 2:00pm. For students and families that are unable to join us during the week, the Office of Admissions has scheduled Saturday morning campus tours at 11:00am.
Allons enfants de la patrie, Le jour de gloire est le 3 mars!
GBS begins its first concert of 2018 with La Marseillaise, and we’ll marchons, marchons from there!
Guest performers abound at this concert of thrilling music. Pianist Andrew Armstrong will headline with a rich rendition of the Emperor Concerto (Piano Concerto No. 5), one of Beethoven’s most celebrated works. You may ask, “Isn’t Beethoven German? What’s he doing in a French concert?” The story goes that this heroic composition was written to honor the new emperor Napoleon, but later in life Beethoven soured on Napoleon, and denied that he’d dedicated the piece to him — all part of the turbulent history of French politics, and politics across Europe in the early 1800s.
The program then looks at the music of two French composers, whose work represents the flowering of the arts later in the 1800s, in very different ways. Gabriel Fauré’ s haunting, lyrical Requiem will be presented with a wealth of local talent: the Fairfield County Children’s Choir and the University of Bridgeport’s University Singers will join baritone Thomas Woodman (of Fairfield). The concert concludes with selections from Georges Bizet’s most famous work Carmen, whose dramatic themes are virtually a byword for opera.
CLICK HERE for tickets! Discount tickets ($10) for UB students with ID by calling the Symphony at 203-576-0263, or at the door.