Attribution: Human Rights

The oak leaf seal of the University of Connecticut.

UConn Adjusts Some Student Fee Rates, Including to Increase Mental Health Services

The Board of Trustees voted to adopt the plan after two online town hall discussions

UConn Health Minute: Focusing on Foot Pain

It’s not uncommon for your feet to feel achy or painful after a long day of standing or walking. But as UConn Health podiatrists Drs. Karla and Michael Scanlon tell us, sometimes the foot problems you experience are signs of more severe conditions that should be checked out.

The Hartford Courant

Doctors Predict COVID and Flu could Make Winter Miserable. ‘COVID Is Still Out There and Still a Threat.’

NBC News

Kirstie Alley Died of Colon Cancer. These Are the Disease’s Early Warning Signs

The Hartford Courant

Doctors Predict COVID and Flu Could Make Winter Miserable

Students are taught how to gather tobacco in a barn.

Opening Eyes and Minds: UConn Experts Help Transform Connecticut K-12 Curricula

State turns to CLAS faculty for expertise on Black and Latino history, Asian American and Pacific Islander studies, and more

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

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UConn’s Professor Cato T. Laurencin Co-Leads Historic Report on the Future of Engineering and Biology

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin co-lead a project investigating how the convergence of engineering and biology can help solve some of the biggest challenges facing humankind.

Smiling female veterinarian with dog

CAHNR Alumna Liz Underwood Treats Animals in Need of Special Care

With a lifelong desire to help animals, UConn alumna Liz Underwood now provides critical care at one of the largest private practices in the Southern United States