Nation & World
Redistricting Case Could Disrupt State Election Laws
A lawsuit now before the Supreme Court has the potential to disrupt election laws across the country, says a UConn Law professor.
- May 20, 2015 Study: Negative Findings for Children of Gay Parents Don’t Hold up to Scrutiny A new study co-authored by a UConn sociologist says a widely cited study arguing that same-sex parents don’t make good parents is seriously flawed.
- May 15, 2015 Compensating for Low Wages A study by UConn researchers examines the costs and benefits of a proposed levy on companies in Connecticut that pay low wages.
- May 6, 2015 The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Why It Matters A UConn economist discusses the implications of the proposed free trade agreement among 12 Pacific countries.
- May 5, 2015 UConn Graduates First Majors in Chinese The Class of 2015 includes the first UConn students to graduate with a Chinese major, thanks to a new program in CLAS.
- May 1, 2015 Medicine in the Himalayas Before – and After – the Quake A UConn medical student who spent last summer providing health care in Nepal discusses how the challenges have been magnified since the disaster.
- April 20, 2015 Political Science Fiction How Star Trek, Game of Thrones, and Battlestar Galactica explain international relations.
- Patchwork of Privacy Laws Surround Office Email April 17, 2015
- ‘Excellence Gap’ Robs Talented Students of Their Potential April 1, 2015
- Pressing Need for Full-Time Athletic Trainers in High Schools March 27, 2015
- Panel Seeks to Promote Dialogue on Middle East Issues March 26, 2015