Buen Vivir: Examining Well-being in Colombia at a Time of Protest and Police Violence
'Can we create new indicators of well-being using this Indigenous concept of Buen Vivir?'
Padlocks, Riddles, and Medication Safety: An Innovative Teaching Tool for UConn Nurses
An escape room that helps students learn vital nursing skills
UConn’s Werth Institute Recognized for Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education
Not even four years old, the Werth Institute is already being recognized as an innovator in the field
Meet ‘Super Dave,’ the Werth Institute Venture Builder Helping UConn’s Student Entrepreneurs
'I feel like there's no more noble or higher calling at the moment than creating jobs and economy for people'
UConn Study: Connecticut’s Medication-assisted Opioid Treatment Programs Retain Patients at Higher Rates
New strategies are needed to help boost retention rates among younger people
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.