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UConn Magazine: Making Money

Wondering how to get started with stock-market investing? Motley Fool writer Brian Feroldi ’04 (BUS) has you covered.

Hosokawa uses methods she learned at UConn to train members of the Japan Coast Guard and help athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.

UConn Magazine: Rescue Mission

Kinesiology alum Yuri Hosokawa ’16 (CAHNR) uses methods she learned at UConn to train the Japan Coast Guard.

Housing (In)Justice

In New Documentary Series, Senior Explores Student Housing Insecurity

Brianna Chance ‘23, a music education major, received funding from the BOLD Women’s Leadership Network for her project documenting student homelessness and housing insecurity in Connecticut

Former Senator Christopher J. Dodd speaks during the dedication ceremony of The Dodd Center for Human Rights at the University of Connecticut main campus in Storrs

UConn’s Dodd Human Rights Impact Campaign Raises $12.5 Million to Advance Human Rights Education, Outreach, and Engagement

The UConn Foundation's Dodd Human Rights Impact Campaign has raised more than $12.5 million, further solidifying the reputation of UConn as a preeminent academic institution for the study of, engagement with, and practice of human rights

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UConn Magazine: Who Betrayed Anne Frank?

“I love the hunt,” says Rosemary Sullivan ’69 MA, a queen of compelling biography. Her latest tome tackles one of World War II’s most persistent and villainous mysteries.

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CAHNR Recognizes Student Success and Dedicated Donors at Annual Celebration

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources celebrated student scholars and the donors who supported their studies at an annual event

Myles Martel '65 (CLAS) and Gary Gladstein, '66 (CLAS), '08 (HON), close friends and fraternity brothers for six decades, were so moved by the upheaval in Ukraine that they provided seed money for a new fund to help students and scholars from conflict zones.

Moved by Ukraine Turmoil, Alums Establish Aid Fund for UConn Students, Scholars from Conflict Zones

'Two important pillars of our friendship are our love for UConn and our deep commitment to human rights'

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CAHNR Alumna Liz Underwood Treats Animals in Need of Special Care

With a lifelong desire to help animals, UConn alumna Liz Underwood now provides critical care at one of the largest private practices in the Southern United States

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UConn Asylum Clinic Alumni Participate in CT Afghan Asylum Project

'This is critically important in our community. These individuals are struggling even more than any of us can understand'

Jenna Esposito, a student worker for the archives in Homer Babbidge Library, goes through the zines on display in the Liberated Zine Zone on Level B of the library on Nov. 17, 2022

Get Away from Screens; Make and Read Zines at Homer Babbidge Library

Unique resource offers students the opportunity to create, communicate, and become part of the library's collection