College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Laying the Foundation for Carbon Dioxide Reduction
A team of UConn researchers is working to achieve carbon neutrality through a process called electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction.
Humans Are Disrupting Natural ‘Salt Cycle’ on a Global Scale, New Study Shows
The influx of salt in streams and rivers is an ‘existential threat,’ according to researchers from UConn and the University of Maryland
UConn Student’s Trans Photography Project Has One Simple Goal – To Affirm
'It’s a personal mission of mine to make sure that trans people have photos of themselves that make them feel proud and happy'
New 5-Year NIH Grant for Structural Racism and Health Research
NIH-funded grant will provide 5 years of funding to research the impact of structural racism and the moderating role of psychosocial resources in cancer control behaviors among African Americans.
Action-oriented Symposium Connects Researchers to Encourage Collaboration for a Sustainable Environmental Future
'We have heard these wonderful talks, now what are we going to do? The time for action is now'
Memories of the Past, to Support the Future: UConn Presents 2023 Dodd Prize with Sweeping Conversation about Global Democracy
'This year’s recipient of the Dodd Prize embodies the understanding that human rights are a cause that cannot be limited to individual countries'
A Trumpet, Fire, and Physics
In the case of a recent viral video of a trumpeter playing into a tube that’s on fire, making the flames dance higher and lower in time to the music, we asked experts at UConn to explain just how the device – called a Rubens’ tube – worked
Audience Expectations: Study Shows Patrons Expect to See White Ballerinas
A new study from UConn researchers is among the first to empirically document what many dance enthusiasts have known for some time: Audience members expect the ballerinas they see on stage to be white