Going Too Far: The American Public’s Attitudes Toward Protest Movements
Demonstrations in Ferguson are the latest in a long history of American protests. Roper Center experts review public attitudes over the years toward this form of political engagement.
- October 24, 2014 What You Should Know About UConn’s Ebola Preparedness The University has had no suspected cases of Ebola and no quarantines, but has developed detailed contingency plans in the unlikely event of such an incident.
- October 23, 2014 Dressing the Part: Inside the Costume Shop From concept to curtain call, UConn’s Costume Shop enables every actor to look the part.
- October 23, 2014 Student on ‘Cloud Nine’ with Set Design for CRT Show From colonial Africa to 20th-century London, the settings of the two-act play provided challenges for the student set designer.
- October 23, 2014 Men’s Soccer Head Coach Ray Reid Earns 400th Win Reid earned his 400th career victory on Oct. 22, as the Huskies beat Temple 3-1.
- October 22, 2014 Doctors Must Examine Own Weight Bias Before Treating Patients, Researcher Says Part of a semester-long series exploring obesity research by UConn faculty.
- October 22, 2014 Sustainable UConn On Campus Sustainability Day, a roundup of sustainability news from the latest research, to student endeavors, and ‘green’ initiatives.
- Student Researchers Win EPA Sustainability Grant October 22, 2014
- ‘Green’ Lighting to be Installed at Gampel Pavilion October 22, 2014
- UConn Archaeologist Discovers 17th-century Shipwreck October 21, 2014
- Mandatory Water Conservation Lifted, Voluntary Steps Urged October 21, 2014
- High Flying Huskies on First Night October 20, 2014