UConn Voices

A screen shot of the NavGenie app.

Iranian Pair Designing App to Help International Students Navigate New Campus, New Life

NavGenie was born from personal experience with adjusting to life at UConn

Celebrating Juneteenth Through Good Food

The week of Juneteenth UConn Health's Chefs will be celebrating freedom and America’s Second Independence Day with their very own special food menu offerings.

Portrait of Dr. Hetal Patel and Emmett Sullivan in pharmacy reception area

Improving Equity by Improving Access

Dispensary of Hope at UConn Health Pharmacy makes prescription drugs more attainable

UConn alum Prabhas KC sits on a bench with a copy of the children's book he recently published.

Curse Conquered: UConn Alum Pays It Forward with Advice, Connection, Community

'I found people who believed in me, who supported me, who invested in my growth. I took advantage of the resources we have at UConn'

family portrait at Tết celebration

A Reflection on Asian Culture

UConn Health Pharmacist Tiana Tran shares an essay for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Rodney Butler, Chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.

Chairman Rodney Butler ’99: ‘You’re Here for a Reason’

Samantha Gove '24 in conversation with the leader of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation about his time at UConn, what it takes to be a leader, and what Native students should never forget

Graduates hold up their diploma cases.

Commencement 2024 at a Glance

The Class of 2024 shows up and shows out on their big weekend

Army ROTC cadets work during an exercise on the second day of the Combined Field Training Exercise (CFTX) at Fort Devens.

UConn Army ROTC Training – Both in the Forest and Classroom – Prepares Students for Future

'There are very few people who aren’t interested in the things I’ve done. I mean, rappelling out of a helicopter, that’s just a good conversation starter'

Sunrise on Horsebarn Hill.

Language and Landscape: Building Communication Skills in Natural Environments

Horsebarn Hill is among the learning environments helping a UConn researcher conduct potentially life-changing research for minimally verbal autistic young adults

Drone of Young building and Horsebarn Hill

CAHNR’s Class of 2024

Students from across CAHNR share memories from their time at UConn and their plans for the future