Christine Buckley


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Mountains in the distance, wetlands in the foreground.

Geoscientist Among First Projects Approved by National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource (NAIRR) Pilot 

Lijing Wang, who joins UConn in August, will develop AI models for mountain water flow that aid in climate change predictions

Professor Richard Langlois.

An Alternate View of The American Corporation: Economist Reassesses Twentieth-Century Business

Economist Richard Langlois presents a sweeping new take on so-called managerialism in his acclaimed book

Students celebrate while turning their tassels during commencement ceremony.

‘Miracles Exist Everywhere’ — More Than 2,700 Celebrate Graduation from CLAS

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students and their families gathered in Gampel Pavilion to commemorate what was, for most of the students, their first in-person graduation

Jonathan Trump uses a light during an activity with young students.

Magnets, Optics, and Space: Second Graders Visit CLAS Physics Studios

Students from Mansfield Elementary had four hours of fun learning in the same state-of-the-art classrooms as physics undergraduates

Mark Peczuh

Meet New Head of Chemistry, Mark Peczuh

The seasoned chemist discusses the study of ‘stuff,’ raves about his department’s faculty, and pits AI against Taylor Swift

Panelists sit at a table during the first installment of the UConn Impact series.

UConn Experts Discuss Climate Change’s Impact on Connecticut

As part of the UConn Foundation’s Impact Series, four researchers, including two from CLAS, discussed their research on climate change in Connecticut — and what the state can do about its impacts

Marnel Niles Goins and Shardé M. Davis

New Book From CLAS Professor Explores Being ‘Black in the Ivory’ (Tower)

The collection of more than 60 essays edited by Shardé M. Davis, associate professor of communication, reflects on her #BlackintheIvory hashtag and movement to expose anti-Black racism in academia

Richard Langlois

Meet New Head of Economics, Richard Langlois

The economic historian and UConn baseball fan talks about his new role leading the department, which he began in January

George Gibson

Meet New Head of Physics, George Gibson

'As science and physics have changed, we’ve changed and adapted'

Heather Parker and Kelsey Hammerman ’17 (CLAS)

CLAS Connections: Heather Parker and Kelsey Hammerman ’17 (CLAS)

Five heartfelt minutes with Academic Advisor of History Heather Parker and her former advisee Kelsey Hammerman ’17 (CLAS)