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Matt Smith '92 manages what may be America's preeminent listening room.

UConn Magazine: Nightclub Confidential

'People walked out of here beaming'

A view of the Meskill Law Library at the UConn Law campus in Hartford on April 25, 2019.

Donors Bolster Scholarship to Celebrate UConn Law’s Centennial

'We wanted to reach people who had an interest and a desire to go to law school, but didn’t have the financial resources to do it'

An illustrated map of UConn by alumna Margaret Kimball.

UConn Magazine: And Now I Spill the UConn Secrets

A Private Map of UConn in the Mid-2000s

Jordan Buslewicz ’23 (ENG) tests a wastewater sample with Kingfisher Apex robot at the Microbial Analysis, Resources, and Services (MARS) facility. The Apex has quadrupled the number of daily samples that MARS personnel can test for COVID-19 (Lisa Nigro/MARS).

UConn Established as Center of Excellence for Wastewater-based COVID-19 Surveillance

UConn was one of the first universities in the country to implement the testing to detect COVID-19

The UConn students and faculty members who traveled to the COP26 summit in Glasgow.

Reflections on COP26: Uncertainty and Hope

Many countries have committed to further reductions, but still not enough to reduce warming to the critical 1.5C threshold

A television camera operator works in front of a COP26 logo displayed on a screen ahead of an event on the sidelines of the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow on November 9, 2021.

COP26: A UConn Perspective on the Climate Change Summit

CIRCA's Jim O'Donnell shares his on-the-ground perspective from the momentous conference in Scotland

 Leigh Ann Curl ’85 (CLAS) has been head orthopedic surgeon for the Baltimore Ravens since 1998.

UConn Magazine: Curling

'Every sport has its own injury profile. The goal is to drive a reduction of injury risks and a reduction of injury burden'

A graphic depicting new head football coach Jim Mora.

UConn Names Jim Mora as Next Head Football Coach

Mora will be the 32nd head coach in the history of the program, which dates to 1896

An image of the Avery Point campus captured via drone camera.

UConn Researchers to Explore Marine Life, Human-Sea Interaction

The projects touch on everything from the effects of climate change on marine animals to how coastal communities respond to flood risk

Aysha Mahmood '14.

UConn Magazine: Cool to be Kind

'I feel like I'm living my dream'