Christine Buckley

christine.buckley@uconn.edu

New CLAS Programs Support Anti-Racist Teaching, Research and Community Engagement

September 28, 2020

Newly announced programs in CLAS will support anti-racist course development, enable novel insights into racism on college campuses, and facilitate direct interaction with anti-racist activists.

Gender and Identity: Forging New Paths

September 25, 2020

A $500,000 fund granted to UConn has furthered research in gender identity through fellowships to more than 30 young researchers.

CLAS Expands Diversity and Research Efforts with New Deans

January 27, 2020

The new associate deans for diversity, equity, and inclusion; and for research and graduate affairs will address gaps and foster new paths in the College.

UConn Becomes First In CT To Offer Sign Language Major

January 21, 2020

UConn has become the first higher education institution in Connecticut to offer a four-year degree in American Sign Language.

Not Only Adorable: Squid Open Up New Antimicrobial Drug Possibilities

November 15, 2019

The glowing Hawaiian bobtail squid is more than a pretty face: New research shows that its symbiotic bacteria create antifungal compounds, which may be of use in drug discovery.

Why Are So Many Jews Funny? New Judaic Studies Director Explains

October 30, 2019

The new UConn Director of Judaic Studies brings humor and a commitment to teaching and outreach to the center, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Why Are So Many Jews Funny? New Judaic Studies Director Explains

October 28, 2019

The new UConn Director of Judaic Studies brings humor and a commitment to teaching and outreach to the center, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Anthropologist Chronicles a Nation’s Deportation Campaign

August 26, 2019

In her new book, Sarah Willen examines Israel’s campaign against migrant communities, drawing parallels with the U.S. today.

‘Love The Possibilities’: New CLAS Dean Will Connect Disciplines

August 19, 2019

Juli Wade comes to UConn with plans to involve people from every corner of CLAS in shaping the future of UConn’s flagship college.

Connecticut Supportive Housing Keeps At-Risk Families Together, At No Extra Cost

June 25, 2019

A five-year, $5 million federal grant to implement and study Connecticut’s innovative approach to child welfare showed fewer children entering the foster system, at the same cost as business-as-usual.

A Different Kind of War Memory

May 23, 2019

Personal memories of war should be taken more seriously in public exhibits pertaining to American wars, says a UConn political scientist in her new book.