Sociologist Studies How Residents of Venice, Calif. Cope with Diversity
From boardwalk to businesses, homeless shelters to havens for the wealthy, Venice, Calif. is a carnival of diversity. Andrew Deener studies how its residents cope.
Alumna’s Bequest will Support Grad Students in Biostatistics
The late Elizabeth Macfarlane ’39 (CLAS) pioneered a path in biostatistics and public health over her long career. Her bequest to UConn affirms her vision.
Professor Emeritus to Receive Highest Award in Social Psychology
David Kenny will receive the highest award in his field, for his contributions to research on social interaction and 'person perception.'
Tokyo to Torrington: Asian Studies in Connecticut’s Northwest Corner
A historian at the Torrington campus is leading a public discussion of Japanese culture this summer as part of her focus on the Far East.
Climate Change on Martha’s Vineyard
A UConn graduate student used GIS data to project what could happen on Martha’s Vineyard if sea levels rise dramatically.
Distinguished Professor Kent Holsinger Uses Statistical Models to Analyze Genetic Data
Biologist Kent Holsinger has evolved, just like his subject. His many roles include blogging and advocating for open-access publishing.