Olusekun (center) and fellow Celtics employees built and installed garden beds at the Winthrop Street Community Garden in Medford, Massachusetts.

UConn Magazine: Bleeding Blue … and Green

Alum Wura Olusekun’s job is to make Boston Celtics fans happy — win or lose

UConn faculty members walking in the alfalfa field in Jordan

Fish Food and the Foundry: How One UConn Startup Went Global and Others Can, Too

'We’re increasing Connecticut manufacturing and exporting; it's one of those things where the Foundry provided wins all around'

UConn School of Social Work Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Over nearly eight decades, the School has grown to become a vital institution with national and global reach

Pisani & Mack presenting the award to Shenkman

Alumnus Mark Shenkman Honored with Museum of American Finance’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Shenkman, an emeritus member of the UConn Foundation Board of Directors, is considered one of the pioneers of the high yield bond and loan markets

Gina Barreca and Josh Couvares

CLAS Connections: Gina Barreca and Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS)

Five heartfelt minutes with Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of English Gina Barreca and her former student Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS)

Woman exercising

UConn, Hartford Hospital Collaboration Shows Need for Better Research on Exercise After Bariatric Surgery

The team, comprised of researchers and clinicians, seeks to improve research on exercise interventions after bariatric surgery

UConn Law student Farah Jean, left, and graduate Tiana Hercules '08, right, work with someone seeking a pardon at the Changing Legacies: Expungement Clinic at Capital Community College on Feb. 25, 2023.

‘This Clinic Was Everything for Me’

Expungement clinic organized by UConn Law alumna helps provide second chances for people who have served prison sentences

Members of Voices of Freedom practice some gospel tunes during the group’s rehearsal in the Music Building

Voices Rising: UConn’s Gospel Choir Finds Celebration in Sound

Born from the Civil Rights Movement, the Voices of Freedom choir has been raising spirits at UConn and beyond for over five decades

Lisa Milke, a shellfish research expert, has been appointed as the new head of NOAA’s ecosystems and aquaculture division and is pictured standing by a body of water in a NOAA hat

UConn Grad Appointed Head of NOAA’s Ecosystems and Aquaculture Division

From Avery Point to a senior leadership role in the crucially important federal agency

At Gampel Pavilion last fall, Cash — with husband Steve Canal, sons Saint and Syer, and Coach — became the third Husky to have a basketball number retired. “I feel like we helped transition UConn into a different stratosphere,” says Number 32 of her ’02 Husky team.

UConn Magazine: #32

From the court to the front office, Swin Cash ’02 (CLAS) brings a winning mindset