Student-Athlete Strong: Nnamdi Amilo
Men's basketball forward and pre-med student Nnamdi Amilo says the lessons he’s learned as a Husky will help him well beyond his time at UConn.
Student-Athlete Strong: Kyle Huson
For ice hockey player Kyle Huson, to be a Husky is to be part of an outstanding athletic and academic tradition.
Student-Athlete Strong: Margaret Zimmer
Zimmer, a member of the Women's Ice Hockey team, says UConn Athletics creates a culture that values the 'student' half of student-athlete.
Student-Athlete Strong: Laura Webster
Webster is earning two degrees – in psychology and business – as well as competing on the rowing team.
Student-Athlete Strong: Emily Armstrong
'Being a Husky means taking the competitive edge acquired on the field and bringing it into the classroom.' – Emily Armstrong '16 (ED)
Studying Wetlands as a Producer of Greenhouse Gases
Student researcher Emily McInerney '15 (CAHNR) is studying the emission of methane from wetlands.
An Autonomous Quadcopter – Now There’s an IDEA!
Undergraduate Rosse Gates is building an unmanned helicopter for use in disaster areas, thanks to support from UConn's IDEA Grant program.
Students Design Artificial Kidney with 3-D Printing
Senior engineering students worked with Professor Anson Ma and a commercial 3-D technology company to design an artificial kidney.
Monteith Renovations Given Go-ahead
The project will create much-needed 'swing space' for offices and classrooms during the renovations of other buildings.