President Susan Herbst

president@uconn.edu

It’s On Us to Eliminate Sexual Assault, Harassment

September 26, 2014

In a letter to the community, President Herbst reaffirms UConn’s commitment and outlines steps that have been taken to prevent sexual violence.

Welcome Back from President Herbst

January 21, 2014

The President welcomes the community back to campus after winter break, and looks ahead to an exciting and rewarding semester.

President Herbst Addresses Boycotts of Israeli Academic Institutions

December 23, 2013

UConn opposes boycotts; seeks partnerships with people of all nations.

Welcoming Words to the Class of ’17 from President Herbst, Professor Boyer

August 23, 2013

In a letter to the class of 2017, UConn President Susan Herbst and Distinguished Professor Mark Boyer share some thoughts.

A Message From President Herbst Concerning Next Generation Connecticut

June 5, 2013

President Herbst addresses the importance of Next Generation Connecticut to the entire University community.

New Investment In UConn Promises Big Return

March 21, 2013

The strength of Connecticut’s future economy depends on the boldness and vision of the choices we make today, say UConn’s President and the CEO of MetroHartford Alliance.

Happy Holidays to the UConn Community

December 25, 2012

Jazz up your holidays, UConn style!

A Message from President Herbst on the Newtown Tragedy

December 17, 2012

President Herbst expresses the grief of the University community for the lives that were lost on Friday and concern for those left behind.

Happy Holidays, UConn!

December 5, 2012

Jazz up your holidays, UConn style.

Changing Times? Yes and No. Herbst Looks Back at UConn 82 Years Ago

July 11, 2012

A chance find of a 1930 campus newspaper prompts President Herbst to reflect on UConn’s growth from a small agricultural school to one of the best public research universities in the nation.

Virginia Native Thomas Jefferson Would Have Loved Storrs

May 30, 2012

The ‘good real estate fortune’ bestowed on us by the Storrs brothers in 1881 would have appealed to Thomas Jefferson according to UConn President Susan Herbst.