Alumni

A new website created by UConn faculty and students aims to help Connecticut history teachers prepare lessons on Black and Latinx history that has often been neglected in the past, like the 1921 Tulsa Massacre commemorated by this statue.

New Website Developed By Neag School Will Assist High School History Teachers

Connecticut is the first state to mandate that all of its high schools offer an elective class on Black and Latinx history and this website will provide resources

Photo of Pam Arciero and Oscar the Grouch along with Oscar's girlfriend

UConn Magazine: The Grouch’s Girlfriend

Meet Grundgetta, the Grouch’s forever girlfriend.

UCAHNRA Board Member Headshots

UCAHNRA Board Supports College, Connects Alumni

The CAHNR Alumni Board, UCAHNRA, helps the College realize its strategic vision and fosters inclusive community

headshot of Emily Kaufman

The Extremist Watchdog: Meet the Husky Who Tracks Online Hate

Prepared by a UConn human rights education to confront hatred and intolerance around the globe

UConn Magazine: Professor’s Pride

Poli sci professor Christine Sylvester catches up with former student Timothy Bussey, author of “Freedom to Serve: The Definitive Guide to LGBTQ Military Service.”

A logo that reads American Academy of Nursing.

School of Nursing Faculty Member, Alumnae to be Inducted as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing

Annette Jakubisin Konicki, Jaclyn Conelius '10 Ph.D., Olga Jarrín Montaner ’02 (NUR), ’07 MS, ’11 Ph.D., and Dorothy Vittner ’16 Ph.D. will be recognized by the Academy in early October

A photograph of UConn alumni trustee Jeanine Gouin.

Jeanine Gouin ’87 (ENG) Reelected As Alumni Representative on Board of Trustees

Gouin is one of two alumni trustees on the 21-member board, along with Bryan K. Pollard ’85 (CLAS)

Recent graduate Inaam Khan.

‘I Was in the Bottom 2% of My Graduating Class’: Alum Goes from Near-Failure to Abundant Success

Inaam Khan '14 went from the bottom to the top thanks to hard work and perseverance

portrait of Aliza Eliazarov

UConn Magazine: Forever Stamps of Forgotten Breeds

A new pane of USPS stamps features photos of pre-industrial farm breeds by Aliza Eliazarov.

Freeman in his Hartford office with the Park and Main development under construction behind him.

UConn Magazine: Uphill Battles

Growing up in Jamaica, Rohan Freeman could not have envisioned himself as an engineer, re-creating the Hartford landscape. And he certainly could not have seen himself as the first Black American to climb the Seven Summits.