Survey Details Student Experiences with Racial Microaggressions on UConn Campuses
The 2020 UConn Microaggressions Survey sought to learn about instances of racial microaggression experienced by students of color
UConn School of Nursing Working to Fill the Need for Skilled Alzheimer’s, Dementia Care
Meeting the growing needs of people suffering from dementia - and their families
For College Students with Disabilities, Communication is Key in Online Learning, Researchers Find
The pandemic prompts a major shift - in some cases, for the better
Too Hot or Too Cold? UConn Researcher Finds ‘Goldilocks Problem’ in Child Welfare Decision-Making
A major tool widely used in child welfare decision-making - and the way agencies try to implement it - may be hindering social workers.
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.