College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Dana Parrott

Dana Parrott ’24, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Dana Parrott reflects on her time at UConn

Aerial (drone) view of the large letter UConn Sign on Oct. 15, 2019.

Six UConn Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows

The AAAS is the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals

An aerial view of students wearing cap and gown posing for Commencement photos at the gateway sign

UConn Celebrates Promotion and Tenure of 91 Faculty

Evaluations for promotion, tenure, and reappointment apply the highest standards of professional achievement in scholarship, teaching, and service for each faculty member evaluated

Samantha Gove

Samantha Gove ’24, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Samantha Gove reflects on her time at UConn

A woman wearing a pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness meets with a physician.

UConn Professor to Study Impact of Social Factors on Accelerated Aging in Breast Cancer Survivors

Despite progress, a disproportionate burden of cancer continues for many people disadvantaged by social, political, and environmental systems

Aerial shot of UConn's main campus in Storrs.

UConn Students in Individualized Majors Program Share Commonality: Traditional Majors Didn’t Fit

Students take ownership of their education by forging unique courses of study

The UConn large letter sign at dusk on June 12, 2021.

Graduate Education at UConn Soars in New National Rankings

Plaudits for programs across a range of disciplines and specialties

The melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet could contribute up to 21 meters of sea level rise. There are many questions about the dynamics of the region’s glacial history and an international team of researchers is working to answer those questions to help inform our future as the ice sheet melts.

Snapshot: Miles of Mud Yield Clues About Our Climate Future

'The program has contributed massively to our understanding of Earth's climate history'

After an extensive collaborative effort and restoration process by UConn faculty, facilities staff, and students, Connecticut’s oldest planetarium will soon be back in action.

UConn’s Old Planetarium Gets a New Upgrade

UConn faculty, students, and facilities staff are working to reawaken Connecticut’s oldest planetarium

Maria B. Antony ’19 (CLAS/CAHNR) walks along the paved pathway around the pond at the lower campus of UConn Health.

In Fine Feather

Birdwatching is more than just a hobby for UConn School of Medicine student