Mac Murray

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Waves crashing against a sea wall and houses

CIRCA: Serving Connecticut’s Coastal Communities and Beyond

As seas and temperatures rise, the Connecticut Institute for Resilience & Climate Adaptation uses research and community engagement to protect communities across the state

CT Governor Ned Lamont sits in front of US and Connecticut flags, being filmed for the documentary.

Upcoming Documentary to Showcase Connecticut’s Past, Present, and Future of Innovation

‘Innovation in Connecticut’ is a production of UConn’s Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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Meet the Researcher: Elsio Wunder, CAHNR

Veterinary researcher Elsio Wunder embraces ‘One Health’ in his research on diseases that affect animals and humans

Students in an elementary school classroom raise their hands to be called on.

Helping Teachers Recognize Gifted Learners and Elevate Classroom Conversation

‘Project Focus’ brings more learners into gifted programs — and more strategies from gifted education into general classrooms

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Connecticut Office of Early Childhood Awards $10 Million to HDFS Project

UConn researchers and CT OEC launch the ‘CT Early Years’ program to support families of infants and toddlers

Hemp plants in a greenhouse.

How Hemp Could Save Horticulture

and some of North America’s largest carbon-capturing ecosystems

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Exploring the Links Between Stigma, Drug Use, and HIV Vulnerability

HDFS Assistant Professor Raymond L. Moody has been awarded a five-year grant to investigate risk factors among Hispanic and Latino sexual minority men

A professor wearing a puffer coat and carrying a handheld instrument kneels next to a green row of crops in a field.

Meet the Researcher: Haiying Tao, CAHNR

Tao’s innovations in soil science and precision agriculture are appreciated by farmers and the USDA alike

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Mellon Foundation Awards $100,000 to UConn Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

The award represents a significant investment in UConn humanities research and is the WGSS program’s first major external grant

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In New Book, History Ph.D.s Explore ‘Why We Can’t Quit American Girl’

Mary Mahoney and Allison Horrocks talk the enduring significance of American Girl -- and why Molly would get kicked out of UConn