For Students of Color, Online Racism Leads to Real-World Mental Health Challenges
For 'digital natives,' online racism can be a significant component of traumatic stress.
UConn Researcher Offers Lessons Learned from a Pre-Pandemic Study of Telemedicine Use
Looking beyond the numbers to better understand a complex health care question.
Pandemic Got You Down? A Little Nature Could Help
Spending time in nature can help ease stressful feelings, researchers found.
An Intimate Reflection on Motherhood, Family, Academia, and Inequality During a Pandemic
How three scholars took an untraditional approach to exploring the experiences of new mothers during the pandemic.
First-Year UConn Student is on a Mission to Save the Bees
UConn student Raina Jain is on a mission to save the honeybees - and she's already making progress.
Age Provides a Buffer to Pandemic’s Mental Health Impact, UConn Researchers Say
A study by UConn researchers finds that while older adults are more concerned about the risks of COVID-19 than younger adults, they are also less likely to feel anxious or depressed.
COVID Wastewater Testing Continuing this Spring – with an Absorbent New Twist
After a successful launch for the program in the fall, UConn's MARS lab will ramp up its wastewater surveillance testing to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Citing Friendship, in Academia and Beyond
Friendship is an oft-avoided term in the workplace, but it can be an essential component for success, especially among members of marginalized groups.
Student-Driven Fund Empowering Budding Venture Capitalists at UConn
What started as a "crazy idea" has grown into an innovative new initiative to help students understand the business of investing in startup companies - with real money.