Jennifer Huber

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Couple’s Gift Establishes Family Studies Scholarship

Neither Jeanne Bartman ’43 nor Raymond Bartman Jr. ’41 majored in family studies, but that is the area where they hope to make a difference. Through a gift to the University, they have established the Bartman Scholarship in Family Studies for sophomores, juniors, and seniors who need financial assistance and are committed to helping families cope with the challenges they face.

Congratulations and best of luck to our soon-to-be-graduates!

On Sunday, May 11, we will celebrate the successes of our 300 graduating seniors as they embark on their careers, new academic adventures or other post-UConn fun. In a departure from previous years, the School of Engineering will honor its graduates in a special engineering-only ceremony. Two guest speakers will address the new graduates: UConn […]

Young Inventors to Compete in Storrs

On Saturday, May 3, UConn will host more than 650 youthful inventors at Gampel Pavilion in a spring rite that demonstrates the power of an inventive mind to change the world: the annual Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC). Hosted and co-sponsored by the School of Engineering, CIC is an exhibition of pragmatic problem solving among K-8 […]

VoTeR Center Audits Election Technology

With the next presidential election just 10 months away, and increasingly negative press concerning the integrity of touch-screen voting machines, Connecticut residents may feel confident that their votes are not at the mercy of uncertain technology. In 2006, Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz inked an agreement with a team of UConn engineering faculty to […]