Mike Enright '88 (CLAS), University Communications

Mike Enright serves as the deputy spokesperson and as an editorial associate in University Communications. He previously worked in athletic communications positions at UConn, Notre Dame and Boston College. Enright, a 1988 UConn graduate, is the curator of the J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum and the editor of UConn at Work, an e-newsletter for UConn employees.


Author Archive

The Hartford Courant

Doctors Predict COVID and Flu could Make Winter Miserable. ‘COVID Is Still Out There and Still a Threat.’

Portrait of Nidhi Jayakumar Nair in Oak Hall

Nidhi Nair ’23 Named UConn’s First Schwarzman Scholar

Chosen from over 3,000 applicants, the economics major will join 150 fellow scholars in Beijing

Melinda Das, a tenth grader at Whetherfield High School and one of the contributors to the “Picturing the Pandemic” exhibition, speaks during the opening reception of the exhibition at the Hartford Public Library

Pandemic Journaling Project Continues to Grow and Develop

The record of thoughts and feelings collected from around the globe during the pandemic has hit the road with a multimedia exhibition at the Hartford Public Library through December 15

Hearst Connecticut Media

Lower Staffing Level at Connecticut Stores Could Bring Longer Lines During Holiday Season

Engineering Professor Peter Luh.

In Memoriam: Emeritus Engineering Professor Peter Luh

Luh was well known for his research in electrical engineering, his faculty leadership, and his active participation in the UConn community

The Hartford Courant

Refugees Need Medical Care When They Arrive In Connecticut From Overseas. UConn Immigrant Health Has Seen More Than 1,000 Patients.

Hearst Connecticut Media

For 40 Years, This UConn Group Has Been Reading and Dissecting Yiddish Text

The Wilbur Cross Building on a sunny day.

Five UConn Professors Named to World’s Highly Cited Research List

The list uses both quantitative and qualitative analysis to identify individuals who have demonstrated significant and broad influence in their chosen field

Salon

The Social Lives of Birds: Turkeys Are Violent, Back-Stabby, and Class-Obsessed

WFSB-TV

Lung Cancer Awareness Month