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Radenka Maric, interim president, gives U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm at tour of her lab during a visit to the Center for Clean Energy Engineering

UConn Aims to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2030 and Become International Model of Sustainability

'There are unique things that we can do at this campus that no other campus is doing. We have the vision, interdisciplinary science, and technologies ready and have to start implementation'

Sand lance, a vital forage fish, caught off the coast of Greenland.

Genetic Barriers, a Warming Ocean, and the Uncertain Future for an Important Forage Fish

'It's all temperature driven, and the implications for this, in light of climate change, are huge'

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'

From left, campus director Dr. Jennifer Orlikoff, Husky Harvest student workers Djanne Martinez and Eden Davies, professor Laura Bunyan, and operations worker Rosa Rizzo pose for photo in the “Husky Harvest” food pantry at UConn Stamford

Husky Harvest Aims to Help Regional Campuses with Food Insecurity

Students, faculty, community groups, merchants, and others join together to address growing need

Ocean waves illustrating surface winds, waves, and currents

UConn, Eversource Energy Center to Develop Marine Model for NOAA Software

Researchers led by UConn/Eversource Energy Center professor Malaquias Peña Mendez will develop a 3-D, real-time analysis for marine environments, building on a state-of-the-art NOAA system

A fall morning aerial view of the Wilbur Cross Building on Oct. 18, 2021.

Dean of Students Elly Daugherty Leaving UConn; Student Affairs Announces Interim Appointments

Pamela Schipani is being appointed as interim assistant vice president of student affairs, and Fany DeJesús Hannon will serve as interim dean of students

Sandy Valentine, health promotion manager for the division of Student Health and Wellness, stands outside the UConn Recovery Community’s current home in the Cordial Storrs House on Oct. 12, 2022.

‘No One is Expecting You to Be Perfect’

UConn's Recovery Community Center offers a supportive space for students, faculty, staff, and allies

Jonathan the mascot reenacting the popular "Drake meme"

What’s in a Name? It’s UConn, not UCONN

It's not an acronym. What would the two Ns stand for? The O? This shouldn't be so hard

An aerial view of homes inundated by water along the Connecticut shorleline in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Under Pressure: Rethinking CT’s Coastal Land Use and Adaptation Strategies

The sea level is rising, and the clock is ticking in the effort to make Connecticut's coastline more resilient in the face of climate change

A sailboat on the water, with a setting sun on the horizon.

Question for Conservation Efforts: 200 Miles from Shore, Who’s in Charge?

When it comes to deciding who has a say in what happens on the high seas, it’s complicated