Headshot of UConn alumnae Talitha Washington

UConn Magazine: Revenge of the Data Scientists

Talitha Washington ’98 MS, ’01 Ph.D. is turning tables on the data science that has worked against Black and Brown people — by creating science and math pathways for students of color.

Marilynn "Lynn" Malerba '08 MPA, Chief of the Mohegan Tribe and newly appointed U.S. Treasurer.

Lynn Malerba ’08 MPA Named First Native American United States Treasurer

Malerba, who is also Chief of the Mohegan Tribe, says the advanced degree she earned at UConn has helped her career in public service

UConn Magazine: College Bowl

Fame is fickle. But while it lasts, it sure can be fun. That’s one lesson members of UConn’s 1961 and 1970 “GE College Bowl” teams say they learned.

Young Black girl using a metal watering can to water purple flowers.

Recalling the Past to Shape the Future: A Podcast on Environmental Injustice

Recent graduate Meg Sanders ‘22 (CAHNR) created a podcast to show just how connected environmentalism is to other societal issues

Athena’s Warriors 4-H Team from Hartford, CT (Contributed photo)

UConn 4-H Brings High Tech to Connecticut Youth

A unique program gives Connecticut youth the chance to gain skills in STEM and see the world

Students playing the cello, violin, and piano who are participating in the Jorgensen Outreach for Youth program

Jorgensen Conservatory Program Helps Area Teens Find JOY! in Music

'It's completely changed my life. I wouldn't be a professional musician without it'

Caption: Participants in the Hate Crimes Practicum included Luke Reynolds '22, Rebecca Oestreicher '23, Associate Dean Richard Wilson, Hallie Tingstad '22, Devon Fray '22 and Laura David '22. (Molly Sullivan photo)

UConn Law Work on Hate Crimes Already Getting Results

Student research will yield recommendations to Gov. Lamont and General Assembly

Pharmacy Associate Professor Andrea K. Hubbard with scholarship recipient

Professor Passionate About Leadership Provides Scholarships

Associate Professor Andrea K. Hubbard spent much of her 33 years at the School of Pharmacy coaching students to break out of their comfort zones and step up as leaders.

Joshua Onyirimba Teaching at FLIP

At-Risk High Schoolers Learning Personal Finance Basics at UConn

About 50 students from four high schools in Hartford and East Hartford have been traveling by bus to UConn’s Storrs campus for several Saturdays this spring to learn the basics of personal finance.

Satoshi and Jeanette Oishi at award ceremony.

Gifts From Japanese Internment Camp Survivor Support Future Generations

Satoshi Oishi ’49 (ENG) never forgot the support and sense of belonging he felt at UConn.