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Ken Best

Tracking Huskymania on and off the field.

Reading for UConn Reads

Anne D'Alleva

Explore the world of classic fiction and participate in the selection process for UConn Reads 2012-13 with Anne D'Alleva, Associate Professor of Art History and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Chair of the UConn Reads Steering Committee.

Sustainable UConn

Rich Miller

How our values about the environment, clean energy, and social responsibility are greening the Husky Blue. Rich Miller is director of the Office of Environmental Policy.

Letters from Guatemala

Students in the U21 Global Classroom

Join a global team of students from UConn and other Universitas21 institutions in Guatemala as they learn about cooperation, global citizenship, and social entrepreneurship in the global virtual classroom and on the ground.

The Lookout

A Campus Spectator

News, views, and semi-vital observations about the University of Connecticut.

Letters from Cape Town

Students Studying Abroad

Join UConn students in Cape Town, South Africa, as they experience a new culture and learn about global citizenship in theory and in practice.

One Student. One Story.

Julie Bruhn, '12 SFA

A video series that captures the essence of the student experience at UConn. Each week, individual students talk about how they came to UConn, the path they have chosen here, and their future plans. Julie Bruhn is a communication sciences major.

Freshman Daughter, Freshman Dad

Larry Druckenbrod

As his only child embarks on her collegiate journey, a freshman parent chronicles the experience—40 years on from his own days as a college freshman. Larry Druckenbrod is assistant director of Career Services.

Globally yours,

Ross Lewin

'Globally yours,' weighs in on topical issues in international higher education, calls attention to exciting global projects at UConn, and invites guests to share their stories on global UConn. Ross Lewin is executive director of the Office of Global Programs.


Jeremy Paul

Pointed commentary on legal and political issues of the day: Just because 'nothing is sacred,' doesn't mean 'anything goes.' Jeremy Paul is dean of the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Health Center Pulse

Carolyn Pennington

'The Pulse' showcases news coverage about the UConn Health Center, including print, broadcast media, and web postings. Topics range from research findings and clinical innovations to the latest developments on the Farmington campus. Carolyn Pennington is the editor of Health Center News.


Jeremy Teitelbaum

Insights on topics in the liberal arts and sciences and higher education, with periodic outbreaks of humor and satire. Jeremy Teitelbaum is dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Letters from London

Students Studying Abroad

Join UConn students in London on their journey, as they experience a new culture and learn about global citizenship in theory and in practice.