Nation & World
UConn Archaeologist Discovers 17th-century Shipwreck
The Dutch warship, which sank in battle in the Caribbean, provides key evidence for the maritime history of the period.
- October 20, 2014 UConn Doubling Capacity to Cultivate Business Startups The University’s Technology Incubation Program enables business ventures to develop their commercial ideas in high-tech facilities.
- October 17, 2014 The Public and Ebola: What the Polls Say Roper Center researchers compare the public’s response to Ebola to other health crises, such as SARS and H1N1.
- October 16, 2014 Increasing Diversity in Talented and Gifted Programs UConn’s Neag School of Education receives top funding for talented and gifted research.
- October 10, 2014 Entrepreneurship Program for Disabled Veterans ‘One of Best in Country’ The UConn program has been recognized as one of the nation’s most innovative programs for improving the quality of life for U.S. military personnel.
- October 9, 2014 Should the U.S. Intervene Against ISIS? Jeremy Pressman, director of Middle East studies, discusses the politics of military intervention against Islamic State militants.
- October 6, 2014 Love, Marriage, and the Vatican As the world’s Catholic bishops convene in Rome, the Roper Center reviews the public’s changing attitudes toward marriage and the church over time.
- Candidates for Governor Square Off in UConn Debate October 3, 2014
- Achievement Gap Exists in Online Reading Skills September 29, 2014
- Stone Age Site Challenges Assumptions About Early Technology September 26, 2014
- Old Story, New Plot: A Look at Censorship September 25, 2014