Attribution: Malka Penn Award

Dental students at the Bristol location. (Max Einbinder photo)

Dental Students Reach out to Help Serve Connecticut Veterans

The students recently participated in the 2023 Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs Stand Down event

Hospital OB/GYN Residents from Across the State Gather at UConn to Share Their Research Findings

On September 28 UConn Health and its UConn School of Medicine hosted the 11th Annual State of Connecticut Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents’ Research Day.

Two School of Pharmacy Faculty Announced as 2023 AAPS Award Winners

Raman Bahal has been awarded the Emerging Leader Award and Diane Burgess, the Alice E. Till Advancement of Women in Pharmaceutical Sciences Recognition.

Group portrait behind food pantry shelf

Husky Harvest Comes to UConn Health

Medical, dental, graduate students not exempt from food insecurity; pantry opening in Farmington in late October


Why Republicans’ War Against Taylor Swift Could Backfire

Two female college students sit at a table and chat

Neag School Creates Mentoring Program for Teacher Education Students

The initiative pairs master’s degree and junior-year students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s program, with the aim of retaining more future educators

University students listening attentively at seminar

UConn to Offer Master’s Degree in ‘Financial and Enterprise Risk Management’ in Stamford Next Fall

In response to increasing challenges to businesses, and the demand for experts to mitigate numerous risks, the School of Business has significantly revised its curriculum and renamed one of its master’s degree programs.

A young man holding a PrEP pill.

Study Finds Users Prefer Daily Oral PrEP Pill Despite New Options

Drugs that prevent HIV infection have evolved, but new UConn research shows the standard option is still top with patients

The oak leaf seal of the University of Connecticut.

UConn Releases Annual Safety Reports

The two reports are the Clery Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, and a report from the Office of Institutional Equity

UConn Health Minute: RSV Vaccine

RSV is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms but children and older adults may experience more serious symptoms and need to be hospitalized. As UConn Health’s head of infection prevention Dr. David Banach explains, there is now a vaccine available to help protect adults over 60 who may be more vulnerable […]