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A view of the Convocation ceremony on the Student Union Mall on Aug. 23. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

UConn Director of One Stop Student Services Named

Michael Ormsby brings over 11 years of experience as a leader in student services

Leo Lachut in the driver seat of a limo looking toward the back of the limo

UConn Magazine: Leo Can Handle It

From behind the wheel of a stretch, Leo Lachut ’89 (CLAS) has seen a lot of things. While abiding by the “limo code,” UConn’s director of Academic Support shares a few favorite stories.

Photo of Brian Feroldi

UConn Magazine: Making Money

Wondering how to get started with stock-market investing? Motley Fool writer Brian Feroldi ’04 (BUS) has you covered.

Illustration reflecting the book written by Rosemary Sullivan

UConn Magazine: Who Betrayed Anne Frank?

“I love the hunt,” says Rosemary Sullivan ’69 MA, a queen of compelling biography. Her latest tome tackles one of World War II’s most persistent and villainous mysteries.

Second-year students Audrey Larson and Angel Velasquez, and third-year student Charlotte Chen competed as a team in the annual UConn Student Health and Wellness Innovate Wellness Challenge,

UConn Students Design AI Bot to be Integrated Within SHaW

Students at the University of Connecticut collaborate to drive innovations that enhance student wellbeing

Portriat of UConn alumn Frank Figliuzzi ’87 JD

UConn Magazine: Frank Figliuzzi’s FBI Story

Frank Figliuzzi ’87 JD, host of the podcast “The Bureau with Frank Figliuzzi,” MSNBC analyst, and author of “The FBI Way,” maintains a “fidelity, bravery, integrity” mission despite retirement.

Three different types of insect together on a wild flower, illustrating the kind of biodiversity and role in the food web that insects play.

‘Insects Need Our Help in a Warming World, Now’

If no action is taken to better understand and reduce the impact of climate change on insects, scientists warn we will drastically limit our chances of a sustainable future with healthy ecosystems

Sims in an elementary classroom in Willimantic, Connecticut.

UConn Magazine: Power, Privilege, and Public Education

Who is the “public” in “public education”? Future teachers in this class tease apart that question, using history and current events to examine the inequities in our educational systems and to posit real-world fixes.

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

U.S. Supreme Court Cases & College/University Admissions

Regardless of the outcome of the cases, UConn’s commitment to creating and sustaining a diverse student body and workforce will remain unchanged

Photo of the season 42 cast of "Survivor"

UConn Magazine: Surviving “Survivor”

Chanelle Howell ’14 (CLAS) wanted her very presence on Season 42 of the long-running reality competition show to make a difference. It did.