Attribution: Human Rights Undergraduates

War in Ukraine Reaches Two Year Mark

The “ДЕТИ: Where are you?" Project and new song of UConn Health’s Dr. Leo Wolansky to heighten awareness of the plight of Ukraine’s children.


What is Connecticut Doing to Stop Wrong-Way Crashes?

Hartford Courant

A Connecticut Man Had a Heart Problem With Major Symptoms. Then a UConn Doc Did a ‘Cutting-Edge Procedure.’

Landscape at Savin Rock, West Haven, CT, USA showing the outcropping and the neighboring beach

Shoreline Restoration Project Comes Alive Through UConn’s Eco-Digital Storytellers Program

A team of West Haven High School students is working with UConn to tell environmental stories and find solutions for their community

Doing fieldwork can be stressful, but also involves some great moments. (Photo from Dimitris Xygalatas)

Book About Rituals By UConn Professor To Be Featured as BBC ‘Book of the Week’

The British broadcaster will highlight Dimitris Xygalatas's work during the week of February 26

A photo illustration showing a packet of supplements containing the substance kratom, along with a bottle of pills that contain it.

The Kratom Controversy: Nearly 2 Million Americans Are Using a Substance Banned in Multiple States

The FDA says kratom is addictive and warns against its use, while it can be found online and in smoke shops and gas stations

UConn Health campus on January 8, 2024, captured by drone. (Ethan Giorgetti/UConn Health Photo).

Gov. Lamont Launches Pilot Program at UConn Health Using Innovative Technology to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Deliver Substantial Energy Cost Savings

Newest energy solution deployed at UConn Health’s Child Care Center building in pilot funded by Connecticut Innovations.

Hearst Connecticut Media

How Should Schools Teach Reading? It’s the Hottest Debate in Connecticut Education

Students, such as senior Michael Degloria, study fruit flies in this class to determine whether diet can help animals recover from concussions.

UConn Magazine: The Anatomy of a Fruit Fly

Two professors and a grad student devise a class to help students get the wet lab experience they need for grad school — with an assist from the mighty fruit fly

Students in professor Enrique Figueredo's Printmaking Workshop class (ART 3530) observe and discuss some of the artwork put on display by Assistant Curator and Academic Liaison for University Learning Amanda Douberley in the Benton Museum of Art's new Education Space

Benton Collection Not Just for Art Students; New Education Center Allows for Deeper Learning

'We don’t provide the stereotypical idea of just a walk and talk; we're really asking visitors to participate'