Attribution: Human Rights Undergraduates
Language & Cognition PhD Program Receives Funding for 5 GAANN Fellows
The UConn program for language and cognition has received funding for five graduate fellows after cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics was identified as an area of national need.
Connecticut Urges Other States to Adapt Rapid Opioid Overdose Surveillance
As deadly overdoses spike, the ability to respond quickly becomes ever more urgent
Academia, Industry, and Consumers Tackle Challenges for Wearable Fitness Technology
A global group interested in wearable technologies has launched a networking hub to help ensure the quality, accuracy, and accessibility of devices
Call for Submissions for the 2022 Malka Penn Award for Human Rights in Children’s Literature
The prize is awarded annually by Dodd Human Rights Impact at the University of Connecticut and is presented to the author of an outstanding children’s or young adult book addressing human rights issues or themes such as discrimination, equity, poverty, justice, war, peace, slavery, or freedom.
Business Graduate Students ‘Turned on the Jets,’ Topped Nearly 500 Teams to Win Bloomberg’s First Global Trading Challenge
The student investors' trading portfolio surpassed a Bloomberg benchmark by $467,961
Six From UConn Named to World’s Highly Cited Research List
The list identifies researchers who produced multiple papers ranking in the top one percent by citations for their field and year of publication