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An aerial photo of the gold cupola of the Wilbur Cross building as the sun rises in the horizon

Innovative Transportation Research Facility Envisioned for UConn’s Depot Campus

The facility would combine research, education, and economic development

Marilynn "Lynn" Malerba '08 MPA, Chief of the Mohegan Tribe and newly appointed U.S. Treasurer.

Lynn Malerba ’08 MPA Named First Native American United States Treasurer

Malerba, who is also Chief of the Mohegan Tribe, says the advanced degree she earned at UConn has helped her career in public service

Athletic trainer supervising athlete exercising

Getting Injured Athletes Back in the Game

The UConn Institute for Sports Medicine offers return-to-play training to help athletes come back from their injuries safely and confidently

CT Sea Grant Supports Shellfish Industry Through Pandemic and Beyond

Helping shellfish farmers' businesses keep running during 'crisis mode' and emerge better off

Students playing the cello, violin, and piano who are participating in the Jorgensen Outreach for Youth program

Jorgensen Conservatory Program Helps Area Teens Find JOY! in Music

'It's completely changed my life. I wouldn't be a professional musician without it'

Group of people meeting outside

Reflecting on the Impact of Conservation Training Partnerships

While UConn’s unique Conservation Training Partnerships program has concluded its five-year run, the environmental projects it inspired and relationships it established continue to support Connecticut communities

Community health workers assist patients as they gather their medications and supplements to discuss them during remote visits with pharmacists.

How Pharmacists and Community Health Workers Build Trust with Cambodian Genocide Survivors

With training in trauma-informed care, health workers help survivors improve their mental and physical health

Crosses bearing the names of the victims of a mass shooting in front of Robb Elementary School on May 26, 2022 in Uvalde, Texas. The rural Texas community is in mourning following a shooting at Robb Elementary School which killed 21 people including 19 children.

Standing Against Despair

UConn researchers offer tools and perspectives to reduce gun violence in the US

From left: Interim UConn President Radenka Maric, NOAA Administrator Richard Spinrad, DEEP Commissioner Katie Dykes, U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, Interim Vice President for Research, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Pamir Alpay, State Sen. Cathy Osten, Professor of Marine Sciences George McManus, State Rep. Christine Conley, State Rep. Kathleen McCarty, Senior Counsel on the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation Sara Gonzalez-Rothi, and U.S. Senator Chris Murphy.

UConn, Others Celebrate Research Estuary Amid Shoreline Breezes, Boat Tours

Federal designation offers resources, protection for coastal Connecticut

A view from UConn Avery Point, looking out over the water of Long Island Sound.

Exploring the Estuary – a Tour of the Nation’s Newest Research Reserve

UConn Avery Point will serve as headquarters for education, research, and public outreach efforts in the newly designated reserve