Nation & World
Veterans Live in More Diverse Neighborhoods than Civilian Counterparts
Military experience leads to more integrated housing choices in civilian life, a new study shows.
- August 24, 2015 Spiritual Awareness Varies Throughout the Day UConn researchers collected data on participants’ spiritual awareness via smartphones.
- August 11, 2015 Unhealthy Food Advertising Targets Black and Hispanic Youth A UConn study finds that black and Hispanic youth are disproportionately targeted with advertising for unhealthy food and beverages.
- August 4, 2015 Clean Power Plan a Major Step Toward Lower Carbon Future UConn Law professor Joseph MacDougald discusses the proposal announced this week by President Obama to combat climate change.
- July 24, 2015 Until Choice Do Us Part English professor Clare Eby discusses her book, which traces the origins of current marriage norms to reforms that took place at the turn of the 20th century.
- July 23, 2015 Multitasking Increases Study Time, Lowers Grades A UConn researcher says multitasking hurts college students more than they think.
- July 15, 2015 Fight Against Fascism Not Over In his new book, English professor Christopher Vials identifies strands of fascist ideology in American culture over time.
- Back from the Brink? The Greek Debt Crisis and the Eurozone July 13, 2015
- Engineers Support Landmark Transportation Initiative July 10, 2015
- For the Sake of a Hot Shower July 7, 2015
- Piecing Together a 12,000 Year-old Way of Life June 25, 2015