Grab that Safety Vest, Get Your Hazard Lights Ready: Students Invited to “Reflect” on Public Safety at 2024 HackUConn
An opportunity to network, be creative, and solve real-world problems at UConn's flagship hackathon
Withered Flowers: UConn Nursing Student Travels 3,000 Miles to Document an Epidemic of Underage Pregnancy
'I just want to advocate and create a positive social change in society'
UConn DMD Professor Documents Story of Latino Mental Health through Humanities Institute Fellowship
Oscar Guerra's new project explores mental health and the social, cultural, and political factors that affect it
More than Morning Sickness: UConn Researcher Studies Hyperemesis Gravidarum Survivor Stories
'Our patients are so complex that to really understand whatever the topic is you are researching, you need both quantitative and qualitative together to really give you the complete picture'
Human Rights Close to Home: A Unique Civics Education Program for K-12 Students, Supported By the Redstone Family Foundation, Launched at UConn
'I think we fundamentally underestimate how much our kids can learn even about the biggest and most important issues of today. We just need to teach them in ways that are relatable'
UConn Receives Department of Energy Grant Supporting Offshore Wind Grid Integration
Project is part of a national effort to improve grid reliability, optimize electricity infrastructure, and facilitate grid connection with renewable resources
UConn Alum Fighting Food Insecurity in Hartford, One Micro-Farm at a Time
'There’s a lot of food in this neighborhood, but there’s not a lot of food that looks like this'
Memories of the Past, to Support the Future: UConn Presents 2023 Dodd Prize with Sweeping Conversation about Global Democracy
'This year’s recipient of the Dodd Prize embodies the understanding that human rights are a cause that cannot be limited to individual countries'
A Trumpet, Fire, and Physics
In the case of a recent viral video of a trumpeter playing into a tube that’s on fire, making the flames dance higher and lower in time to the music, we asked experts at UConn to explain just how the device – called a Rubens’ tube – worked
Inaugural Human Rights Summit Comes to The Dodd Center with Critical Focus on Global Assault on Democracy
UConn community and leaders, activists, academics, artists, policymakers, and students from across the country and around the world will come together in Storrs to place critical focus on human rights at the inaugural Human Rights Summit at The Dodd Center