CLAS Connections: Gina Barreca and Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS)
Five heartfelt minutes with Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of English Gina Barreca and her former student Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS)
Native American and Indigenous Community Takes Shape At UConn
Momentum is building around Native American and Indigenous studies and programming at UConn, and new faculty and students are poised make UConn a New England hub for Native Studies and the broader Indigenous community
Campus Change Mentoring Program Grows from CLAS Faculty Fellowship
The new mentoring program for regional campus students moving to Storrs is one way the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is empowering faculty to make impactful change
School of Public Policy Forms at UConn Hartford
Formerly the Department of Public Policy, the School is dedicated to preparing students for public leadership positions and producing applied research that solves societal problems.
UConn Magazine: The Secret Life of Dexter Gabriel — aka P. Djèlí Clark
In which the separate worlds of a sci-fi novelist and a history professor collide.
New Linguistics Department Head Talks Language and Cognition
Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Linguistics Diane Lillo-Martin says her field plays an important role in understanding the human mind. She talks about her vision for the future of her department in this Q&A.
Harel Named New Associate Dean in CLAS
The statistician will lead the College’s research and graduate education efforts.
The Study of Big Data: How CLAS Researchers Use Data Science
UConn researchers are using big data to attack issues of climate, space, genetics and public health
The Research of our Environment: How UConn Researchers are Working to Save the Planet
With insects declining precipitously, plastics building up in our oceans, and indigenous cultures suffering under misguided eco-policies, these UConn researchers are working to save the planet, one ethical decision at a time.
The Research of Difference: How UConn Researchers are Tackling Anti-Racism
Black women and heart disease. Asian Americans and plantations. Slavery and…monsters? Find out how these anti-racism scholars are tackling issues of difference at UConn.