Undergraduate students Daniel Violette and Rodney Sutherland received prestigious honors recently, the James A. Willett Educational Memorial Scholarship Award and Presidential Scholar Enrichment Award, respectively. Read about them here.
Engineering Welcomes Career Consultant
In late January, the School of Engineering welcomed John Bau, who joined UConn's Department of Career Services as a Career Consultant embedded within the School of Engineering.
New Spectroscopic Device Provides Research Opportunities
Three UConn faculty members were recently awarded over $500,000 by the National Science Foundation for the purchase of a small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) instrument, which will enable researchers to resolve three-dimensional structures of molecules, down to the nanometer scale.
Faculty & Grad Student News
Our engineering faculty and graduate students are respected leaders in research, instruction, mentoring and professional societies who regularly receive honors and awards. Read about some recent honors here.
Peter McFadden: Teacher, Administrator, Friend
Dr. Peter W. McFadden has worn virtually every hat possible during his long and affectionate relationship with UConn: student, junior faculty member, professor, dean, Provost and Academic Vice President, chief fundraiser, “go to” problem solver and two-time alumnus.
Huskies on the Home Front
A Connecticut Campus newspaper from October 1942, part of the exhibit Huskies on the Home Front: The War Years at UConn, on display at the Dodd Center through June 11. Photo by Frank Dahlmeyer
An Ancient Chinese Art
Ancient Chinese fabric prints are on display at Homer Babbidge Library through June 11. The exhibit includes photos illustrating the process used to create the prints. Photo by Frank Dahlmeyer
Don’t Bottle it Up
A tower of water bottles found as litter on campus, on display at Babbidge Library, demonstrates the negative impact of bottled water on the environment. Photo by Frank Dahlmeyer
An alcove with puppets by Bart Roccoberton Jr., professor of dramatic arts, at the 'Interpreting Space' exhibit on display in Jorgensen Gallery through May 7. Photo by Frank Dahlmeyer
Tons of Fun
Students play Oozeball – volleyball in a bed of mud – at South Campus. The game is an annual tradition at UConn during Spring Weekend, the weekend before final exams. Photo by Frank Dahlmeyer