December 30, 2013
UConn News Roundup, December 2013
Read what UConn experts said in the media about nicotine patch use during pregnancy, overproduction of law degrees, and the positive effect of oxytocin on children with autism.
November 27, 2013
UConn News Roundup, November 2013
Read what UConn experts said in the media about wireless data gloves, noise level at NFL games, and the effect of women’s success on the male ego.
October 31, 2013
UConn News Roundup, October 2013
Read what UConn experts said in the media about students of color and white Greek organizations, artificial light and sleep, and the consequences of the government shutdown.
October 14, 2013
Announcing the Biggest UConn Family
The Stamos/Heerdt/Vartelas/Vlandis family was announced at the Homecoming football game as the Biggest UConn Family.
September 30, 2013
UConn News Roundup, September 2013
Read what UConn experts say in some recent media coverage about congressional pay, a new type of diabetes drug, and keeping skin healthy.
June 18, 2013
UConn News Roundup 6/18/13
Read what UConn experts say about resources to help autistic children, UConn graduates’ starting salaries, and tracking this year’s cicadas in some recent media coverage.
February 28, 2013
Experience The Great Gatsby
Enhance your UConn Reads experience by attending one of many Great Gatsby-themed events.
January 22, 2013
UConn News Roundup 1/22/13
Read what UConn experts have to say about racial equality, sleeping pills, exercising while sick with the flu, and more in this roundup of some recent media coverage.
November 27, 2012
UConn News Roundup – 11/27/12
Read what UConn faculty have to say about witches, seaweed, a modern-day saint, and more in this roundup of some recent media coverage.
November 5, 2012
UConn VoTeR Center Helps Ensure Accuracy of Voting Machines
Engineering faculty and students are working to ensure that defective technology doesn’t get in the way of accurate vote counts.
October 23, 2012
Then and Now: Focus on Humanities Drives Construction Projects
Since their construction more than a half-century ago, Arjona and Monteith have played host to the humanities.