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Members of the Class of 2017.

Sights and Sounds of Commencement 2017

More than 9,000 degrees – both undergraduate and graduate – will be awarded this year, which is the highest number of degrees conferred at UConn in the University's 136-year history.

Jason Funaro and Marie Smith, Assistant Dean for Practice and Public Policy Partnerships. (Sheila Foran/UConn Photo)

Loyalty to UConn and their Profession Characterize Funaro Family

When Jason Funaro marches at the 2017 commencement ceremony, he will be treading in the footsteps of his parents and grandparents.

Brendan Clark (left) and Tyler Ackley will be entering the PharmD program in the fall of 2017. (Sheila Foran/UConn Photo)

TIP Internship Program Delivers Big Rewards

Ask associate professor of reconstructive sciences Caroline Dealy to rate the success of the Technology Incubation Program’s (TIP) summer internship program so far and she says she’d give it an A+. She  hastens to add that she may be just a tad biased — it was her brainchild after all — but she stands by […]

Jeannette Wick Earns CETL Teaching Award

Center for Teaching and Learning honors Jeannette Wick with Adjunct Faculty Award.

Carrie Margeson '15 (PharmD) and her grandmorher, Rosa Maria Puget Garcia, graduation in 2015.

A Family Full of Pharmacists and a Thirst for Adventure

One family with a commitment to the profession of pharmacy and a thirst for adventure.

Adrian Hernandez, School of Pharmacy

If it’s Monday This Must be Hartford

Being able to read airport signs in a variety of languages comes in handy when you're a world traveler.

Mohammad Mansour, the youngest of six siblings to pursue undergraduate studies at the Avery Point campus, likes to end each day watching the sun set across Long Island Sound. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

All in the Family at Avery Point

Aspiring pharmacist Mohammad Mansour – and his five siblings before him – chose to begin their UConn journeys at Avery Point.

Nathaniel Rickles, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Good Communication is at the Center of Pharmacy Practice

Nate Rickles is a second-generation pharmacist with a commitment to an effective healthcare delivery system that reduces healthcare disparities.

Christina Pornprasert, assistant clinical professor at University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy.

Every Day is Different for Christina Pornprasert

New faculty member Christina Pornprasert combines academic and population health roles.