Richard Veilleux

Class of 2012: James Londono

May 1, 2012

James Londono ’12 MBA has tried to do it all while earning a degree – and succeeded.

Class of 2012: Patrease Hawkins

April 25, 2012

Patrease Hawkins ’12 MSW is all about helping the elderly, and has a special affinity for grandparents raising grandchildren.

Marketing to Generation Y

April 19, 2012

A marketing class is competing with schools around the country in developing a plan to help Honda market to Generation Y consumers.

Herbst, Katz Headline Roster of Commencement Speakers

April 13, 2012

A diverse group of speakers will help usher nearly 6,000 graduating students into the next stage of their careers.

Journalism Course Teaches Students to Dig Deep for Stories

April 11, 2012

Teams of student journalists in Marcel Dufresne’s investigative journalism class are undertaking major reporting projects that they share with Connecticut media.

New Private Lounge in Student Union a Haven for Veterans

March 21, 2012

UConn’s servicemen and women now have a place in the center of campus where they can study, relax, and discuss their experiences.

Two UConn Women Win Innovation Awards

March 5, 2012

A professor and a graduate student have been recognized for innovation and leadership by the Connecticut Technology Council.

Study Shows Domestic Violence Survivors Appreciate Support, But More Services Needed

March 2, 2012

A UConn faculty member finds that the need is still great for programs that serve victims of domestic violence.

A Sparkling New School for Hartford’s Gifted Students

February 15, 2012

The Renzulli Academy, launched by UConn together with Hartford Schools, is the first stand-alone, urban-based academy for gifted students in the nation.

School of Business’ Online Programs Do Well in New U.S. News Ranking

January 25, 2012

In the magazine’s first ranking of online programs, UConn’s Business School hits the top 20 twice.

UConn Report: State Parks, Forests Bring $1.2 Billion to State Coffers

December 15, 2011

Rather than being a drag on taxpayers, the state’s recreational areas give back more than they cost, says economist Fred Carstensen.