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An illustration showing the planet Earth in the top portion of an hourglass.

Climate Change to Push Species Over Abrupt Tipping Points

Climate change is likely to abruptly push species over tipping points as their geographic ranges reach unforeseen temperatures

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

Clean Energy & Sustainability Innovation Program Submission Finalists

The Clean Energy & Sustainability Innovation Program submission finalists have been announced

Sona Tatoyan, who's been in residence at UConn the last two weeks workshopping her multimedia puppetry show "Azad," holds her great-great-grandfather’s Karagöz puppets

Northeast Human Rights Film Festival to Showcase Documentaries, Rally Audiences to Action

The inaugural film festival aims to connect filmmakers, human rights advocates, and community groups with the common goal of sustained, transformational impact

Sights and scenes during the School of Engineering's Commencement ceremony in Gampel Pavilion

2023 Commencement at a Glance

This weekend, students in full regalia gathered with their classmates and processed together to Gampel Pavilion and the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts to hear their names called as they join the great community of graduates stretching all the way back to 1883

Student Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Pitch Day

The courses are project-based experiential courses for students to learn and train in entrepreneurial concepts such as user-centric innovation, future of work, industry trends, product-market fit, business and revenue models, and startup strategy.

Janna Greenhalgh alongside her copilot mid-flight

UConn Magazine: Cloud Seeding

Janna Greenhalgh ’01 (CLAS) makes it rain … literally

Illustration of bright circular galaxy with dust lanes, nebulae and myriads of stars.

Astrophysicists Show How to ‘Weigh’ Galaxy Clusters with Artificial Intelligence

Galaxy clusters are the most massive objects in the universe, and understanding them is crucial to pinning down the origin and evolution of our universe

David Mills directing the uconn marching band at rentschler field

UConn Magazine: I’m With the Band

Hundreds of UConn Marching Band alums converged on the fall 2022 Homecoming weekend to give David L. Mills, longtime director, a proper send-off

Olusekun (center) and fellow Celtics employees built and installed garden beds at the Winthrop Street Community Garden in Medford, Massachusetts.

UConn Magazine: Bleeding Blue … and Green

Alum Wura Olusekun’s job is to make Boston Celtics fans happy — win or lose

a student "holding" the moon in her palm

UConn Magazine: Lunacy

Is the UConn Moon Club a cult? Maybe? Kind of? Could be?