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WeWork Wrestled With SEC Over Metric Just Before It Scrapped IPO

Karen Chammas from Lebanon is visiting UConn's Sport Management faculty as part of a Global Mentorship Program. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

UConn Plays Host to International Sport Mentoring Program

Launched by the U.S. Department of State, the Global Sports Mentoring Program is a leadership development project aimed at advancing gender equity through sports.

Steven Zinn, professor and head of animal scicence, in an advising session with C.J. Mozeika '20 (CAHNR) at his office in the George C. White Building on Oct. 16, 2019. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Career Program Taps Critical Faculty-Student Connection

This year, the Center for Career Development launched an innovative program called “Career Everywhere” to recognize the key role that faculty members play in offering guidance.

President Thomas Katsouleas, left, Gov Ned Lamont and Dan Toscano '85 (BUS), chair of the board of trustees, during the inauguration ceremony held at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 4, 2019. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

University Celebrates the Inauguration of the Sixteenth President

With a large contingent from the Greek community in attendance, the new president joked that he would need to call the ceremony “My Big Fat Greek Inauguration” -- a nod to the hit movie of nearly the same name.

Timothy "Scott" Case 92 (ENG), co-founder of Priceline.com speaks to students to kick off UConn's “Month of Discovery.” (Lucie Turkel/UConn Photo)

Priceline.com Alum Ushers In ‘Month of Discovery’

“When you are looking to start a company, you have to be curious about the problem the company will solve and if there is really a need for it,” said Timothy "Scott" Case, ’92 (ENG).

Students exercise at the new Student Recreation Center

Business is Booming at New Student Recreation Center

The early numbers are in, and UConn's new Student Recreation Center is already a success story.

Left to right, UConn Professors Baikun Li, and Guiling Wang, and Wangchi Zhou, Ph.D.

Engineers Produce Water-Saving Crop Irrigation Sensor

The sensors are small enough to insert into the soil and less expensive to manufacture than current technology, the researchers write in the Journal of Sensors and Actuators.

A maze of colored mosaic tiles at UConn Avery Point, part of the new cognitive garden at the campus

Cognitive Garden Takes Root at UConn Avery Point

A brand-new garden at UConn Avery Point is designed to help children learn through using experience.

Science

Meet the Monkeyflower, a Weed That May Hold the Key to Biological Mysteries

EdTech

What Can Real-Time Data Analytics Do for Higher Education?