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Solar panels at the Depot Campus.

UConn Successfully Pursues Energy Efficiency, Even As Campus Grows

Despite 1 million square feet of new building space, UConn's carbon footprint is smaller than it was 20 years ago

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Six From UConn Named Presidential Management Fellows

The program is the federal government's flagship leadership development program for advanced degree holders across all academic disciplines

A Pride flag and a trans flag hang side by side over a railing inside a state capitol building.

Stress of Being Outed to Parents and Caregivers: What Are the Mental Health Consequences?

'Policymakers should be aware of the harms that bills targeting LGBTQ+ youth have on the well-being of students and strongly argue for their right to disclose their identities on their own terms'

Two UConn students stand before a colorfully painted wall.

‘A Beautiful Coincidence’

Dallas residents, both UConn MBA students, live on the same street but met for the first time at UConn

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Online Graduate Programs at UConn Place Highly in National Rankings

Programs in Accounting, Nursing, and Engineering are lauded for high standards and innovative methods

Open water ice formations

UConn Researchers Studying Multi-Year Arctic Sea Ice Before It Is Gone

'When you see something happening so fast, and know that we caused, it's a rude awakening'

A woman in a public setting looks with determination at the open screen of a laptop computer.

UConn School of Social Work Launches Fully Online and Part-time Master’s Degree Program

The new program offers access and affordability to meet the growing demand for social workers nationwide

A great blue heron predating on a brown trout at a cold-water thermal refuge.

Thermal Refuges Help Trout Beat the Heat in Hot Weather

New research explores how cold-water fish handle extreme heat in Connecticut

Items on display in the "Tradition and Revolution in Indian Shadow Puppetry" exhibition currently on display in the Ballard Institute and Museum sit in the exhibit

12 Generations and Counting: Indian Shadow Puppetry Exhibition Hundreds of Years in the Making

'Shadow puppetry is a living tradition, and I come from a traditional family that is doing modern things'

A construction vehicle is silhouetted against the sunset.

UConn Ph.D. Student Is Working to Clean Up One of the World’s Dirtiest Chemical Processes

'At age 12, I was developing a way to remove oil from seawater. I always thought science and engineering innovations provided great opportunities for entrepreneurship'