Ping Chong, a theater director and choreographer, leads a master class at the Drama-Music Building on Jan. 26, 2023.

Theater’s Ping Chong Enjoys Three-Day Residency, Shares the Way He Sees Performance

The much-lauded artist has been defying expectations for more than five decades

Japanese drumming group Kodo performing

Jorgensen Celebrates Return of Children’s Programming, Marks Ukrainian Anniversary

Once again, wide-eyed children are welcomed back to the Jorgensen for a trio of shows this spring

Image of one fish being surrounded by a pool of other fish

Professors Challenge Christian Right to Live Out Their Faith with Humility and Compassion

'People are diving deeper into their faith and asking questions they suppressed or were discouraged from asking all their lives'

Sarah Marze, a recipient of the 2023 Marshall Scholarship, poses for a photo in the Fine Arts Complex

Sarah Marze ’23 Named UConn’s Sixth Marshall Scholar

Marze is just one of 40 students nationally to earn this prestigious honor this year, and the only one from a public university in New England

Science Isn’t Always Black and White; UConn Sci-Art Gallery Seeks to Add Color

Combining artistic technique with scientific insight to create holistic scholarship

Catherine Masud, Laurel Pehmoeller, Heejoo Kim, Sam Olschan, James Coltrain, Heather Elliott-Famularo, Kerry Smith, Michael Toomey, and Tanju Özdemir pose for a photo during the 2022 Digital Media and Design Faculty Exhibition opening reception at the William Benton Museum of Art

Let’s Get Digital: Benton Exhibition Showcases Digital Media & Design Faculty’s Artistry

From documentary film to motion design boards, exhibition shows off diversity of faculty expertise

Molly James '23 Ph.D., left, and Hea Youn "Sophy" Chung pose together in August when James visited Seoul, South Korea, as part of a collaboration to turn scientific data into music.

Making Music from Data Points: Grad Student Collaborates to ‘Sonify’ Science

'Looking at graphs is not something that’s intuitive for most people, but music is a way that you can communicate something'

Students from the Stonington High School marching band rehearse with members of the UConn marching band during one of UCMB’s high school band clinics

UCMB Leaders Help High School Marching Bands ‘Look Great, Sound Great’

Make Your Own Band Day brings lessons of performance and camaraderie to high schools across Connecticut

Painting of the artist's parents

Meet the Undergraduate Researcher: Aime Mulungula, School of Business

The founder of Lebon Studio, an emerging incubator for young artists of color, seeks “the good” in all his artistic and business ventures. This profile is part of a series for UConn's Month of Discovery.

Susan Jerome, curator of the exhibit on display in the Jorgensen Gallery celebrating the UConn Women’s Center’s 50th anniversary, explains some of the items’ histories to UConn student Zoe Orie in the exhibit.

‘Still Going Forward’: Jorgensen Exhibit Celebrates Women’s History with Costume Collection

Tracing changing expectations, values, and ambitions through the 'fabric' of history