Nation & World
Sharing News on Facebook Boosts Involvement
A UConn study shows that people who share news stories on Facebook are more likely to be engaged in the news than those who simply read the news online.
- January 23, 2015 Getting a Taste of a Sustainable Food System Students in an Education Abroad program in Florence, Italy, gained a new perspective on sustainable foods and agriculture.
- January 23, 2015 A 21st-century Approach to Teaching Social Studies A UConn education professor who helped develop the state’s new social studies frameworks explains what’s different.
- January 19, 2015 Turning the Lens on Civil Rights Childhood An English professor’s new book views the Civil Rights Movement through children’s photobooks.
- January 14, 2015 Sailing the Mid-Century Arctic Geographer Scott Stephenson is charting the possibilities for the future of Arctic shipping lanes under various climate change scenarios.
- January 12, 2015 Education Expert on Obama’s Free Tuition Proposal Erik Hines, a specialist in college and career readiness, discusses the President’s proposal to offer free community college tuition for two years to qualified high school students.
- January 6, 2015 State’s Aquaculture Industry Nets Benefits from Changes in Federal Plan UConn Extension and Sea Grant played an important role in achieving protection for shellfish farmers from the effects of natural disasters.
- The Hartford Convention and the Specter of Secession December 15, 2014
- UConn Undergraduates Head to National Moot Court Contest December 12, 2014
- The Social Impact of Engineering December 11, 2014
- Fisheries Management Study Casts Aside Conventional Wisdom December 10, 2014