Julie (Stagis) Bartucca '10 (BUS, CLAS), '19 MBA

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Thomas Buckley, UConn associate clinical professor of pharmacy practice, one of several UConn researchers working with survivors of the Khmer Rouge, at a rural village health clinic in Cambodia during a sabbatical leave. (Courtesy of Tom Buckley)

Helping Victims of Genocide in Cambodia – 40 Years On

'We never talk about trauma after it's over,' says Mary Scully of Khmer Health Advocates. UConn researchers are working to improve the health of refugees who have survived trauma.

UConn360's first live podcast was recorded in Werth Tower at the start of Homecoming weekend, with an audience of alumni, staff, and students. (Lucas Voghell '20 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

Live Podcast Highlights Homecoming

UConn360's first live podcast was recorded in Werth Tower at the start of Homecoming weekend, with an audience of alumni, staff, and students.

Kailin Lu '20 (CLAS), left, Emmanuel 'Manny' Chinyumba '20 (CLAS), and Princess Madu '19 (CLAS), tour guides at the Lodewick Visitors Center, are among the students talking about what they are looking forward to this year at UConn. (Julie Bartucca/UConn Photo)

Students, What’s in Storrs for You This Year?

Julie Bartucca of UConn360 Podcast asks students what they are looking forward to at UConn in 2018-19.

A black father kisses the forehead of his newborn son. (Ariel Skelley/Getty Images)

Bridging the Health Care Gap

'Boys and men of color in our nation are uniquely underserved across a number of health indicators,' says Wizdom Powell, director of the Health Disparities Institute at UConn Health.

Taking a Page from the Swing Journal

Over the years, students and visitors alike have filled dozens of “swing journals” with mostly anonymous contemplations, words of encouragement, jokes, stories, and confessions.

UConn Health's new hybrid operating room.

UConn Health’s Hybrid OR Expands Surgical Capabilities

The new 1,200-square-foot, high-tech operating room allows surgeons to perform a range of procedures in one setting.

Translation expert Peter Constantine consults a Greek dictionary from the collection of the Department of Literatures, Cultures, & Languages. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Found in Translation

Peter Constantine, director of UConn's Literary Translation Program, says translation opens up the windows and doors to the world.

Kristi Kaeppel, a graduate student in the Neag School of Education, teaching adult students. (Photo by Rob Deza)

How Dropping Out of High School Helped Grad Student Learn About Teaching

Julie Bartucca from the UConn 360 podcast discusses with Ph.D. candidate Kristi Kaeppel how her background informs her research today.

A model car Richard Kochanek designed, carved from wood, and painted with dozens of coats as a teenager. He won an award for it from General Motors.

Retired Business Professor Resumes Pursuit of Art

Through many years of teaching accounting, much-loved professor Dick Kochanek never forgot his teenage dream of being an artist.

Cover image for UConn Health Journal, The Brain Issue. (Getty Images)

The Most Complicated Object in the Universe

UConn Health Journal: UConn Health pioneers explore new frontiers to better understand one of humankind’s perpetual mysteries.