Heather Borton

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MPA Executive Track Program Expands to UConn Stamford

36-credit degree program offers new opportunity for Fairfield County professionals in the public and nonprofit sectors

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CLAS Scholars Bring New Expertise to UConn

Nearly 40 new tenure-track faculty members will teach and conduct research in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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Kicking Off New Beginnings: 2023 Commencement

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences honors 2,600 graduates at Gampel Pavilion

Irene Soteriou outside the Student Union.

Irene Soteriou ’23, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

"My time at UConn has instilled in me a deep appreciation for, and awareness of, who I am as a person."

Shenelle Shaw outside Peter J. Werth Residence Tower.

Shenelle Shaw ’23, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

"I chose UConn because of its R1 research title. I wanted to have access to resources such as faculty and research labs that focused on the life sciences and biology."

Audrey Berry stands in front of poster.

Research Ready: Preparing Students for Life After UConn

CLAS programs create new opportunities for underrepresented students interested in research careers

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UConn Adds Two New Undergraduate Degrees in Data Science

Beginning in Fall 2023, students will be able to pursue a BA in Applied Data Analysis or BS in Statistical Data Science

Students are taught how to gather tobacco in a barn.

Opening Eyes and Minds: UConn Experts Help Transform Connecticut K-12 Curricula

State turns to CLAS faculty for expertise on Black and Latino history, Asian American and Pacific Islander studies, and more

Derek Houston

Derek Houston Brings New Expertise on Auditory Experiences, Language Development to UConn

Under the leadership of a new head, the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences looks to serve the public’s practical needs

Carolyn Teschke stands in the Biology/Physics Building.

Carolyn Teschke Embraces Multidisciplinary Approach to Biology

New head of the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology explains the complexities of the evolving field — and why well-trained scientists are in high demand