Study Says Black Households Pay Higher Heating Costs, Seek Cold-Related Medical Care More Often
'People who are unlikely to have heat are in areas that have been chronically disinvested in and under-resourced'
UConn Hartford Welcomes Transformative Project Serving Asian American Students
'The robust presence of Asian students on this campus has underscored the importance of comprehending and addressing the concerns of our diverse student body'
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'
Neag School Alumna Kiana Foster-Mauro is Connecticut’s 2024 Teacher of the Year
Foster-Mauro ’20 (ED), ’21 MA will be recognized at a ceremony in Hartford in November, and is preparing an application for National Teacher of the Year
U.S. Treasurer Encourages UConn Audience To Embrace Change
Lynn Malerba ’08 MPA, Chief of the Mohegan Tribe, praised UConn for work in hearing the voices of Indigenous people
Young Philanthropist Expands Study Abroad Opportunity with Planned Gift
Planning ahead is important to Monique Golden ’15 MA, ’21 Ph.D.
Month of Discovery Student Researcher: Aria Penna, BUS ‘25
Aria Penna's transformative journey at UConn, from a law school hopeful to a budding entrepreneur and finance enthusiast. This story is part of the Month of Discovery series
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'
BIPOC Farmers Leading by Example through UConn Extension Program
“I think what I learned, even though it was a lot, is nowhere near the knowledge I’ve decided I want to seek out.”