Christine Buckley


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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.

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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.

Diane Lillo-Martin

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.

Ofer Haerl smiles for a picture outside.

Harel Named New Associate Dean in CLAS

The statistician will lead the College’s research and graduate education efforts.

Associate Professor of Physics Cara Battersby talks to attendees at a solar eclipse viewing on Horsebarn Hill in 2017. Her work uses high-performance computing to understand astronomical questions

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

UConn researchers are working to save the planet, one ethical decision at a time.

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.

In this 1982 Hartford Courant image, Laotian refugees work on a plantation in Simsbury.

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.

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UConn Conference Tackles Racism in Teaching Writing

The initiative, titled “Racism In the Margins,” sought to help professors better understand how to be anti-racist when teaching – and grading – writing assignments.

Paper leaves with ideas on how to confront racism at UConn.

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

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.

Christine Rodriguez smiles for a photo.

Gender and Identity: Forging New Paths

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