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durgin in running gear on turf

UConn Magazine: How to Run a Marathon — or a 5k

After her top-10 finish in the 10K final at the 2021 Olympic trials, Emily Durgin ’17 (CLAS) decided to take it up a notch.

The official University of Connecticut seal, in painted gold on an oak panel.

Provost Carl Lejuez to Depart University

Provost Lejuez to depart UConn for Stony Brook University

A fall morning aerial view of the Wilbur Cross Building on Oct. 18, 2021.

Listening Sessions Announced for UConn Presidential Search

The advisory committee assisting the Board of Trustees is looking for input from students, faculty, and staff

Aerial (drone) view of the large letter UConn Sign on Oct. 15, 2019.

Participant Links for UConn Presidential Search Listening Sessions

Ten sessions are scheduled from April 25 through April 28

cowen touring disaster relief area

UConn Magazine: Call Cowen!

The more extraordinary the challenge, the more likely UConn Distinguished Alumnus Scott Cowen will be asked to help.

UConn Eversource Energy Center Partners with Dominion Energy

Last month, Dominion Energy signed an agreement with UConn to support a new, preliminary study focused on the development of an Outage Prediction Model (OPM) for Dominion Energy’s Virginia and North Carolina service territory.

soccer goaltender holding the soccer ball

UConn Magazine: Bend it like Rembrandt?

Maria Yatrakis ’02 (SFA) was recruited for the Greek Olympic team while she was playing soccer for UConn.

LaShawnda Phillips '20 (RHSA), '22 (CAHNR) riding Handsome in the West Meadow of Keney Park, Hartford.

UConn Magazine: So Handsome

When LaShawnda Phillips (RHSA ’20, CAHNR ’22) first moved to her neighborhood in Hartford at age 13, she set out to do some exploring. She found horses.

Tree-framed shot of the Wilbur Cross building on the Storrs campus.

Classroom Mask Update

Masking in UConn’s classrooms and other instructional settings, but no longer required, effective Monday, April 4

UConn Magazine: Micaela Levesque

Micaela Levesque ’17 (CLAS) has known that art was her calling since middle school.