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Portrait of Nidhi Jayakumar Nair in Oak Hall

Nidhi Nair ’23 Named UConn’s First Schwarzman Scholar

Chosen from over 3,000 applicants, the economics major will join 150 fellow scholars in Beijing

Melinda Das, a tenth grader at Whetherfield High School and one of the contributors to the “Picturing the Pandemic” exhibition, speaks during the opening reception of the exhibition at the Hartford Public Library

Pandemic Journaling Project Continues to Grow and Develop

The record of thoughts and feelings collected from around the globe during the pandemic has hit the road with a multimedia exhibition at the Hartford Public Library through December 15

Map of Afghanistan.

UConn Asylum Clinic Alumni Participate in CT Afghan Asylum Project

'This is critically important in our community. These individuals are struggling even more than any of us can understand'

UConn Health Experts Weigh in on RSV Surge

Experts recommend continued vigilance to prevent spread of all respiratory illnesses, including influenza, COVID-19

New Trial Targets Reducing Risk Behaviors, Increasing PrEP Adherence for People who Use Drugs

This study will work with people who use drugs and have cognitive impairment, helping them reduce risky sex- and drug- related behaviors and increase adherence to PrEP

Kelly Sanchez, a third-year master’s student at the UConn School of Social Work, poses for a photo in the School of Social Work Building at UConn Hartford

Social Work Student Receives Prestigious Fellowship to Address Mental Health

Kelly Sanchez '15 says social work allows her to return to her roots: 'The whole reason I did psychology was to work with people'

smiling student near computer in lab

Raising Awareness of Malnutrition in One Connecticut Community and Beyond

Naniel Scott '23 (CAHNR) is using her knowledge of nutritional sciences to help the community improve the quality of their health

Finish line of Hartford Marathon

Allied Health Students Help Save Man Experiencing Heart Attack at Hartford Marathon

When a runner collapsed at the finish line of the Hartford Marathon, students from UConn's allied health program jumped to action and helped save his life

Aeration tanks in a sewage treatment plant.

A Solution for Reclaiming Valuable Resources Flushed Down the Drain

UConn researchers are turning a sewage treatment plant problem into biofuel

From left, campus director Dr. Jennifer Orlikoff, Husky Harvest student workers Djanne Martinez and Eden Davies, professor Laura Bunyan, and operations worker Rosa Rizzo pose for photo in the “Husky Harvest” food pantry at UConn Stamford

Husky Harvest Aims to Help Regional Campuses with Food Insecurity

Students, faculty, community groups, merchants, and others join together to address growing need