Sophomore Aaliyah Edwards will compete in the Tokyo Olympics for the Canadian women's basketball team. She joins a talented squad of Husky alums in basketball, soccer, field hockey, and more

Huskies Heading to Tokyo for Summer Games Will Represent Six Nations

UConn will be represented by 16 athletes at the Summer Olympics and Paralympics

LaFlamme at his BioPharma Global office.

UConn Magazine: Underachiever No More

No one who knew Jim LaFlamme back in the ’70s would have predicted what he’s doing now.

UConn Law School at night. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Alum Establishes Human Rights Award for UConn Law Students

Paul Schneider ’18 LLM created the award for law students who pursue social justice

Andy Sadlon '80 is looking to reinvigorate an old energy technology for a new era.

How an Alumnus-Run Company is Putting a New Spin on an Ancient Renewable Energy

Making hydroelectric power affordable and compact for an era where clean energy is in growing demand

UConn Magazine: Farms = Food = Life

When alum Steven Were Omamo sees someone planting, he sees hope. The Nobel Peace Prize Committee seems to agree.

UConn Magazine: Our American Girls

What do you do with a history doctorate and a pop culture obsession? If you’re these two alums, you create a hit podcast centering on ’90s nostalgia.

Neag Foundation Gift Supports Transformative Research at UConn School of Medicine

UConn School of Medicine received a gift of $7 million from the Neag Foundation to fund high-risk/high-reward research

Betsy and Mark Vergnano

UConn School of Engineering Unveils the Vergnano Institute for Inclusion, Supported by UConn Alumni Mark and Betsy Vergnano’s $3M Donation

The gift represents the largest diversity, equity, and inclusion investment in UConn School of Engineering history and is one of the largest single DEI investments in UConn

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CAHNR Alum Yuri Hosokawa Turns Down the Heat at Tokyo 2020

Hosokawa is advising local and international organizers to improve treatment for exertional heat stroke in the summer Olympic games

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High School Students Exposed to UConn Chemistry Through Virtual Event

Students from Berlin High School didn't let COVID-19 get in the way of learning directly from UConn faculty