Geno Goes for the Gold: When Geno Auriemma arrived in the United States at the age of 7 from a small village in Italy he was self-conscious and unsure of himself. He built a basketball dynasty in Storrs and now will lead the USA Basketball National team to the 2012 Olympics in London.
Preserving a People’s Heritage: The acclaimed actress and humanitarian activist Mia Farrow discusses her efforts to document the cultural traditions and oral history of refugees from Sudan and Darfur and the research archive she has established at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
Journeys of Faith: Gerald Krell ’57 (SFA), an award-winning documentary film producer describes his trilogy of films which examine the similarities and differences among the world’s religions, and the hope that they will help make the world a better place.
Driving the Economy: Mary Holz-Clause, the University’s first vice president for economic development, talks about the ways in which UConn can contribute to economic development across the region.
- Alumnus Keeping Microsoft Ahead of Cloud
- Pharmacy Alum Makes His Mark in Biotechnologies
- Teaching a Family Tradition
- A Teacher at Heart
- Behind the Scenes at the UConn Radio Network
- Climate Change Models May Underestimate Extinctions, Says UConn Biologist
- Dan Waters ’91 is Bringing Zombies to Life
- Developing the Next Generation of Fuel Cells
- Drifting into Drowsiness, Alarmed into Alertness
- Medical Student Recognized for Commitment to Family Medicine
- Northeast Ocean Network Receives Funding for Next Five Years
- Political (Dis)trust in Black America
- Preparing for the Unexpected
- Pioneer in Interferon Research Honored
- UConn Names Warde Manuel Director of Athletics
- What Would Alexey von Schlippe Have Thought?
- Who Killed the Bookstore: After All, It Was You and Me
- Your Letters
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