Championship Labs x NIL: Athletes Becoming Entrepreneurs
Whether turf or court, track or ice (and everything in between), Championship Labs is here to support UConn students-athletes surrounding Name, Image and Likeness
Science in Seconds: Exertional Heat Stroke
What happens when the human body gets too hot? And what can you do if someone gets too hot? Douglas Casa, professor of kinesiology and chief executive officer of UConn’s Korey Stringer Institute explains.
UConn is the Muse for Students Recording Songs Inspired by Campus Spots
'We just need an idea, a reason to make an album'
A Lot of Learning From the ‘Little I’
A hands-on experience working with animals right away is a crucial part of UConn life for first-year animal science majors
Microplastics Are Everywhere
'Even though you may not be able to see this, it's happening'
Youth Environmental Conservation and Action
UConn students are depicting youth environmental conservation and action throughout the Northeast
Puppetry Photography: Overcoming Loneliness
Elise Vanase ’21 (SFA) didn't let a pandemic stop her from pursuing her IDEA Grant senior project
Sights and Sounds From Commencement
UConn was thrilled to come together in person once again to celebrate the achievements of the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021
Thank You, UConn
Unprecedented challenges call for unprecedented perseverance, and in the Fall of 2020, that’s what characterized UConn Nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meet Werth Innovator Lauren Boulay ’21 (ENG)
Meet UConn electrical engineering major Lauren Boulay ’21, part of the next generation of makers and a member of the inaugural cohort of Werth Innovators.