UConn Voices

Daniela Bedoya '25 (SFA) spent last summer photographing underwater rugby games and interviewing professional female sports photographers thanks to funding from the BOLD Women's Leadership Network. Her exhibition, "Women in Sports: Behind the Lens," was on display in February.

UConn Senior More Than Just a Player; She Photographs Underwater Rugby Too

Other photographers might find it strange to jump in a pool with a snorkel and a camera: Not Daniela Bedoya

The UConn Waterbury campus.

New Program Expands Services for Hispanic and Under-Resourced Waterbury Students

Camina Conmigo program aims to provide career preparation, academic support, engagement, and more

Maria B. Antony ’19 (CLAS/CAHNR) walks along the paved pathway around the pond at the lower campus of UConn Health.

In Fine Feather

Birdwatching is more than just a hobby for UConn School of Medicine student

Close-up of two people holding hands.

Exploring the Links Between Stigma, Drug Use, and HIV Vulnerability

HDFS Assistant Professor Raymond L. Moody has been awarded a five-year grant to investigate risk factors among Hispanic and Latino sexual minority men

Wells Fargo Partnership Helping UConn Center Define ‘Dimensions of Excellence’ in Neuro-inclusive Employment

'We have tapped into a large talent pool that offers skills and capabilities and brings a tremendous amount of value to the table'

Irene Pham '24 (SFA) created a series of paintings as part of her exhibition, "From Grandfather to Mother, From Mother to Daughter," which explores her Vietnamese family's intergenerational relationships. This is a piece of from the series, which was on display in late March.

Senior’s Artwork Delves into Struggles Between First-, Second-Generation Immigrant Families

'It’s a way for me to be vulnerable and bring out the vulnerabilities in others': Exhibit runs through March 30 in VAIS Gallery

In an archival photo, Black students are taken from the old Wilbur Cross Library by Connecticut State Police.

‘Please Respond Personally’ Exhibit Remembers 1974 Black Student Protests at UConn

More than 200 students were arrested in April 1974 as part of a campaign to demand representation and resources for students of color

Six students and one professor sit on couches around a coffee table, talking and looking excited.

Mellon Foundation Awards $100,000 to UConn Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

The award represents a significant investment in UConn humanities research and is the WGSS program’s first major external grant

A copy of Arianna Melendez's cookbook, "Ari's Food Diaries," sits in her kitchen at Hilltop Apartments while she cooks

UConn Senior Offers Recipes for Success

Inspired by her heritage and a study abroad experience, Arianna Meléndez Cintrón has published a 'survival guide' cookbook aimed at fellow students

Five WGSS students sit on couches in the Beach Hall lounge, chatting with one another and smiling.

A Look Back, A Look Forward With WGSS

UConn Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies marks 50 years of curiosity and change