College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Government Shutdown the Result of a ‘Perfect Storm,’ Says Political Scientist
Professor Ronald Schurin reviews the current situation in Washington, explaining why it’s happening and how it might end.
Ecology Graduate Student Earns Switzer Fellowship for Work at Earth’s Extremes
Ph.D. student Lily Lewis studies mosses in the Alaskan wilderness and Chile's sub-Antarctic mountains.
Gordon Named Nelson Mandela Visiting Professor at South African University
UConn philosophy professor Lewis Gordon is the second internationally renowned scholar to be honored in this way.
Undergraduate Student Attends Fulbright Summer Institute
Alexandria Bottelsen '16 (CLAS) was one of just four U.S. students in the highly competitive summer program at King's College, London this year.
Philosopher Joins ACLU in Phone Records Monitoring Suit
Philosophy professor Michael Lynch has filed a friend of the court brief in the NSA legal action.
Two UConn Professors Spend Year in D.C. as Jefferson Science Fellows
A microbiologist and a cross-cultural behavioral expert shared their scientific expertise with national policymakers.
For Emotional Literacy, Read Literature
For children struggling to express their emotions, the answer is a return to literature and the arts, says the CLAS dean.
Mathematician Earns NSF CAREER Award for Work on Cluster Algebras
Ralf Schiffler will use the funds for research and education in a growing field of abstract algebra.