‘The Middle of History Being Made’: US Energy Secretary Granholm Lauds UConn in Campus Visit
Granholm visited multiple locations on campus to learn about UConn's leadership in clean energy research and application
In Defining ‘America,’ Students Critique, Criticize, and Warn of What Is and Could Be
'If people value democracy, trust each other and the democratic process, they will build a better nation'
History Professor Manisha Sinha Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
Sinha is working on an expansive examination of the post-Civil War period known as Reconstruction
Spring Art Shows Put Graduating Students’ Work on Display
From the everyday to the celestial, students find inspiration for art in many sources
Finding Inspiration in the Face of Alzheimer’s: ‘A Caregiver’s Journey’ Looks at Life With the Disease
UConn journalism professor documents Manchester woman's struggle to provide care for her ailing father
Everyone Wins at the Science Bowl, Thanks to UConn Seniors
Undergrads ensure the regional event for middle schoolers runs smoothly, while helping spark interest in the next generation of learners
Weekend Performances of ‘The Persians’ Bring Puppets Back to Life on Campus
Presenting an ancient Greek tragedy with new resonance in light of the war in Ukraine
Pop-Up Food Pantry at UConn Stamford Aims to Curb Food Insecurity
A class project that's making a dent in the problem of hunger
Graduating HDFS Student Driven to Advocacy: ‘Everyone should have access to basic needs’
'I get involved in everything I’m passionate about, and UConn gave me that ability to tap into these different networks'
Audience Members Become Stars of the Show in ‘HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis’ at the Jorgensen
'When you hypnotize somebody, the part of the brain that deals with self-reflection becomes disconnected'