College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Professor of Mathematics Maria Gordina and two graduate students look over papers set on a table

Mathematician Maria Gordina Named Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics

The distinction is given to mathematicians who have demonstrated research distinction in statistical or probabilistic research

Asher Coello '23 (CLAS), a member of the first RaMP cohort at UConn, is studying genetic novelty in the giant milkweed bug for the individualized section of the NSF-supported program.

After Graduating Without Lab Experience, UConn RaMP Scholars Publish First-of-its Kind Scorpion Genome

'This is maybe an exaggeration, but it feels like kind of a last chance to hook people into the STEM pipeline'

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo stands in front of a blackboard that has an equation written on it.

Math Professor Uses TikTok to Tackle ‘Math Phobia’

Álvaro Lozano-Robledo, professor of mathematics, has gained more than 100,000 followers on the platform

Aerial image of the University of Connecticut during Fall 2023.

Ten Students Earn Awards From Gilman Foundation

Each Gilman Scholar is required to complete a service project upon their return from studying abroad in their campus or home community

Student conducting chemistry experiment in lab

High School Students Get Hands on Experience at UConn Chemistry Early College Experience Day

Students from eight high schools participated in the day-long event, performing a photoswitching chemistry experiment

molecular crystals

Leading a Team Into the Future of Materials

UConn Professor J. Nathan Hohman is searching for the answers to questions about the physical world that scientists don’t yet know to ask

Students and UConn Extension faculty work at planting a rain garden next to the Dairy Bar.

Tending Your Garden: New Rain Garden Installation Offers Lessons in Local Impact

'This is really what it's about – the students learning an actual real-world thing that they can put their hands on, something that they can remember, and they can bring their families here and show them'

The waters of Lake Erie seem to glow green in this image taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite.

Using Machine Learning to Model Dead Zones in Lakes

Models like this will become increasingly important as the climate changes

Announcing the Provost’s 2024 Alumni Faculty Excellence Awards

This prestigious recognition honors faculty members who have demonstrated exceptional achievements in research, creativity, and teaching

People paddle in a canoe down a flooded street.

UConn Hosts Just Transitions Symposium

A multidisciplinary approach to addressing the climate crisis - and finding solutions