Loretta Waldman

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CT shellfish initiative. (Photo courtesy of Connecticut Sea Grant)

Initiative Calls for Diversification of Shellfish Industry

The plan embraces the state’s shellfish as a natural resource and recreational harvesting as well as commercial shellfishing.

President Obama is presented with a blanket by Mohegan Chief Lynn Malerba, left, and Brian Cladoosby, right, president of the National Congress of American Indians, during the eighth annual White House Tribal Nations Conference. (U.S. Department of the Interior Photo)

Outcome of American Indian Lawsuit Significant, Says UConn Scholar

UConn Law professor Bethany Berger says she is optimistic that the country 'is in a different age of federal tribal relations.'

Bent Cordy rides one of his COMA skateboards at the Mansfield Skate Park on Sept. 25, 2016. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Intellectual Property Clinic: Help for Inventors, Experience for Students

UConn's Intellectual Property Law Clinic assists clients with services such as patent applications, trademark registration applications, and copyright issues.

Fishing boat. (iStock Photo)

Study Says the Ocean’s Largest Life is Under Threat of Extinction

Human fishing poses a greater threat than climate change to future ocean life, according to UConn's Andrew Bush and co-authors, in a new study in Science.

Putnam Refectory. (Gail Merrill/UConn Photo)

UConn in Sierra Club ‘Cool Schools’ Top 10 – Again

UConn is in the Sierra Club 'Cool Schools' Top 10 for the fifth year running, despite a change in survey methodology.

Symone James '16 (ED), a student teacher at W.B. Sweeney School in WIllimantic helps students with reading on April 26, 2016. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

‘Country Prepped for Conversation on Education’

The former dean of the Neag School discusses a new national report calling for greater support for teachers in order to improve learning for all students.