Jennifer Huber

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Gift to College of Agriculture Will Expand Outreach

A gift from Nancy and David Bull will support innovative programs in Cooperative Extension and 4-H.

Gift Supports Economics Fellowship, New Basketball Practice Facility

Timothy Holt ’75, chairman of the Board of Directors of the UConn Foundation, is supporting his two great passions – economics and Huskies basketball – with a major campaign gift.

Alumni Couple to Leave Estate to Fine Arts School

A bequest will perpetuate the Stentafords’ legacy of support for arts, education, and UConn.

Honors Program Receives $1 Million Gift

A campaign gift from alumni Robert and Carlotta Holster will support enrichment activities for honors students.

Dean Emeritus Establishes Biology Fellowship

Antonio and Marjorie Romano hope fellowship assists future microbiologists.

Family Honors Parents with Math Professorship

The children of a couple who have dedicated nearly 40 years of service to the University of Connecticut are honoring their legacy with a new endowment.

Social Work Dean Spurs Gifts

Dean Salome Raheim is leading by example by matching gifts from faculty and staff.

Senior Design Project Inspires Start-Up For Graduates

Armed with a novel product developed for their senior design project, a penchant for hard work and a creative vision, two young alumni, Mike Gionfriddo and Chris Ladden (Electrical & Computer Engineering ’06) founded a company on the eve of graduation. The open source company, Liquidware ( emerged from the success of their Digital Dashboard […]

Collaboration Advances Microbial Fuel Cell Commercialization

With the goal of harnessing the energy-production capabilities of microscopic bacteria to produce power and clean wastewater on a large commercial scale, Dr. Baikun Li, an assistant professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and her industrial partners have received funding from the New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) to further her microbial […]

Laurencin Wins Pierre Galletti Award

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin is the 2009 winner of the Pierre Galletti Award, the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s (AIMBE) highest honor. Dr. Laurencin, who holds both an M.D. and a Ph.D., is Vice President for Health Affairs at the University of Connecticut Health Center, Dean of the UConn School of Medicine and […]