Bumble, Blue, and Everything Between: UConn Student Spending Summer Studying Bees at Mansfield Hollow
'Working on a farm made me really realize how important bees were – if there was no food, and nothing for the bees to eat, nothing flowering, nothing of ours would grow'
UConn Stamford Student Finds His American Dream through Chess
Lessons learned on the chessboard turn into real-life success story for Jithu Sajeevan
UConn Magazine: First-Years
Three UConn School of Medicine graduates take us through year one of residency —with its fast-and-furious rotations meant to teach the finer points of chosen specialties and the broad realities of what it means to be a practicing doctor
Six UConn Teams Innovating Decarbonization this Summer through Unique Eversource Partnership Program
The program culminates in a summit on October 4, where a panel of academic, utility, industry, municipal, and legislative experts will select the top teams to continue the advancement of their ideas
Queer Science Conference Connects LGBTQIA+ Youth with Role Models in Various STEM Fields
High school students from across the state gather for second iteration of Queer Science Conference
UConn Student Working to ‘Amplify’ Educational Opportunities in Kenya
'One of the key things that I've really learned is to love the problem. Be in love with a problem. Because that's the only way you can understand the solution'
Risks and Rewards: New Initiative Connects UConn Actuarial Science Students with Local Small Businesses
'You're running a business now, and you're running it every day, and you see the profits every day, but you don't always plan for the big things that might happen'
Political Journalist and News Entrepreneur Encourages Students: ‘Be Really Good at One Thing’
'Good journalism matters and it needs to be financially supported to survive. Entrepreneurship is one way that happens'
Mother and Daughter Soon-to-Be Graduates Pursue Passions for Research and Art
'I'm already coming up with the Instagram caption. It's going to be something, like, "Yeah, I might have graduated college, but my mom got a Ph.D."'