Alumni

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UConn Magazine: Bend it like Rembrandt?

Maria Yatrakis ’02 (SFA) was recruited for the Greek Olympic team while she was playing soccer for UConn.

I’ll Take Mihir Nene ’20 for $27,000, Ken

Years of trivia nights at Ted's paid off for a UConn Engineering alum who lived out his dream of becoming a Jeopardy! champion

Elise Bouthillier, a UConn alumna, wears her state Department of Environmental Protection uniform as she lifts a small boy, wearing an orange shirt.

Steward of the Land: Elise Bouthillier Protects and Serves Connecticut Wildlife and Natural Resources

How the James V. Spignesi, Jr. Memorial Scholarship changed the course of one student's life

A UConn Gives campaign logo on top of a photo of the jonathan statue on campus.

UConn Gives: Thousands of Reasons to Give, One Stronger University

Show your UConn pride and support Huskies for years to come

A Ukrainian national flag waves while smoke rises after Russian attacks hit a fuel storage facility in the city of Kalynivka, on March 25, 2022.

Alum Speaks about the Past, Present, and Potential Future of the War in Ukraine

Daniel Fata '94, who served as a high-ranking foreign policy official, said the current war could ultimately reshape democracy around the world

Photo of Reaj Uddin in a UConn pullover

Coding, Creating, and Changing the World

How the Stamford Startup Studio and the Werth Institute helped one student discover the innovator within

UConn-Trained Future Doctors Meet Their Match

This is the day UConn School of Medicine students find out where their journey will take them next

O’Brien Family Photo

Grateful Patient Supports Critical Cancer Research, Inspires Others

After devoting her career to nonprofit work and fundraising, Abigail O’Brien’s breast cancer diagnosis at age 35 gave her a renewed sense of purpose

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UConn Magazine: Walk This Way

An alum and Guggenheim Fellow whose art is about nature, adventure — and sneakers.

State Historian Walt Woodward (UConn Photo).

State Historian Walter Woodward Considers the Past as He Looks to the Future

After 18 years, with a hand in everything from school curricula to podcasting, Connecticut's fifth state historian looks both backward and forward