People raising their hand while participating in a new faculty orientation.

CLAS Scholars Bring New Expertise to UConn

Nearly 40 new tenure-track faculty members will teach and conduct research in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

An image of one of the Migrant Reception Stations in the Darien Province, Panama

InCHIP Award Supports Research on Migrant Experiences Traveling to the U.S.-Mexico Border

'In transit northward from Panama, where migrants lose contact with family members, experience bodily injury, sexual violence, malnutrition, disease, and mental health impacts, they face similar forces of violence based on policies that limit movement from southern Mexico to the U.S. border.'

Deer crossing yard in front of well.

White-tailed Deer Bones Give a Glimpse into Connecticut’s Past and May Help Inform a More Sustainable Future

'This contributes to broader discussions about how humans interact with their environment, and that there are ways that we can manage environments sustainably and interact with resources sustainably'

Views of campus with foggy weather. (Tom Rettig/UConn Photo)

Ten Named To Fulbright US Student Program For 2023-24

The program provides grants for individually designed study and research projects or for English teaching assistantships around the world

After winning the NCAA Championship,  UConn Men's Basketball Coach, Dan Hurley, CT Governor Ned Lamont, and UConn President Radenka Maric, ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Ritual, Superstition, and Other Things that Make Life Worthwhile

A conversation with UConn Professor Dimitris Xygalatas

Audrey Berry stands in front of poster.

Research Ready: Preparing Students for Life After UConn

CLAS programs create new opportunities for underrepresented students interested in research careers

Laure Metz making experimental bow and arrow shots with arrows armed with Neronian light points

New Study Shows Archery Appeared in Europe Thousands of Years Earlier than Previously Thought

The use of bow-and-arrow technology gave humans an edge over Neanderthal neighbors in hunting game

The Darién Gap in Focus: Exhibition Centers the Stories of Migrants Traveling through Panama in Transit to the U.S.-Mexico Border

"The photographs connect us closer to the experiences of migrants transiting through Panama: shoes laying across the migratory reception center, two children under a tent sponsored by U.S. and E.U. aid, a Bible drying under the sun, children playing in the river, and border officials' increasing presence in Darién."

Students are taught how to gather tobacco in a barn.

Opening Eyes and Minds: UConn Experts Help Transform Connecticut K-12 Curricula

State turns to CLAS faculty for expertise on Black and Latino history, Asian American and Pacific Islander studies, and more

Melinda Das, a tenth grader at Whetherfield High School and one of the contributors to the “Picturing the Pandemic” exhibition, speaks during the opening reception of the exhibition at the Hartford Public Library

Pandemic Journaling Project Continues to Grow and Develop

The record of thoughts and feelings collected from around the globe during the pandemic has hit the road with a multimedia exhibition at the Hartford Public Library through December 15