For 4-H Leader and Neag Student, Learning is a Lifelong Process
'To me as a kid, UConn was this big, amazing place'
Are Graphene-Coated Face Masks a COVID-19 Miracle – or Another Health Risk?
Balancing risk with uncertain rewards
‘The Beginning is in Sight,’ Cardona Tells UConn Graduates
The US Secretary of Education reflected on his own experiences as a UConn graduate
Study: Fast Food Restaurants’ Voluntary Healthy Meal Options for Children Unlikely to Result in More Nutritious Food Purchases for Kids
The research assessed purchases of healthier kids’ meals before and after policies were introduced at McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, and Subway
Rudd Study: Food Pantry Clients Seek Fruits and Vegetables, Despite Limited Availability
Survey results from food pantries also reveal the importance of client choice
How Social Media Turns Online Arguments Between Teens Into Real-World Violence
Social media isn’t just mirroring conflicts happening in schools and on streets – it’s triggering new ones