Manager, Social and Emerging Media

Emily Zangari

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Head shot of Jennifer Orlikoff who has been named the new UConn Stamford campus director

UConn Stamford Campus Director Named

Jennifer Orlikoff has been named the new UConn Stamford campus director

Mother and daughter having a difficult discussion in their home.

Study Reveals How Parents Talk About Their Teen’s Weight, and How Teens Feel About It

Positive weight comments from parents were reported to be more frequent than negative parental comments about weight

A UConn Gives campaign logo on top of a photo of the jonathan statue on campus.

UConn Gives: Thousands of Reasons to Give, One Stronger University

Show your UConn pride and support Huskies for years to come

O’Brien Family Photo

Grateful Patient Supports Critical Cancer Research, Inspires Others

After devoting her career to nonprofit work and fundraising, Abigail O’Brien’s breast cancer diagnosis at age 35 gave her a renewed sense of purpose

An aerial view of the Wilbur Cross Building.

Declaring Racism a Public Health Crisis

UConn joins the state of Connecticut in declaring racism a public health crisis

A Message from Interim President Dr. Agwunobi on Suicide Awareness and Prevention

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Hear from campus leaders on some of the changes coming to our mental health services this year

Welcome Back, Huskies! A Message from Interim President Agwunobi

As students, faculty, and staff embark on the new academic year, Interim President Agwunobi shares a message to the UConn community

Welcome Home, Huskies

Move-in Weekend got underway today, as first-year students began moving into the residence halls

portrait of Aliza Eliazarov

UConn Magazine: Forever Stamps of Forgotten Breeds

A new pane of USPS stamps features photos of pre-industrial farm breeds by Aliza Eliazarov.

Kid drinking a cola drink

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Sugary Drink Consumption Exacerbated by Exposure to Neighborhood Fast Food and Convenience Stores

A county-wide campaign targeting sugary drinks was associated with overall decreases in youth consumption, according to a new study