CLAS Global Cultures and Resources

Aeration tanks in a sewage treatment plant.

A Solution for Reclaiming Valuable Resources Flushed Down the Drain

UConn researchers are turning a sewage treatment plant problem into biofuel

Lake Tanganyika

UConn Research Team Awarded $2.5 Million for ‘Biodiversity on a Changing Planet’

The grant will allow them to research the effects of climate change on Lake Tanganyika, which millions of people depend on as a food supply

Emma Graebner presenting at UConn Health's Research Day

The Next Generation of Innovators and Problem-Solvers

TIP Innovation Fellows, Health Research students present their findings and make their pitches during Summer Research Day at UConn Health

Algae testing

Algae Agreement Offers an Ocean of Research Possibilities

UConn's Technology Commercialization Services brokered an agreement with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Services to preserve an extensive collection of algae

Aerial shot of UConn from Rte. 195, looking west.

Climate Change, AI, and Criminal Justice: Transatlantic Partnership Dives Deep on Human Rights

A partnership between Connecticut and Baden-Württemberg bears fruit in scholarship and engagement

An aerial view of the Wilbur Cross Building.

Five Named To Fulbright US Student Program

The program provides grants for individually-designed study and research projects or for English teaching assistantships around the world

Urvi Kaul, Tony Edgington, Raul Flamenco, Swapna Subramanian - UConn's NSF Scholars - on the steps of Wilbur Cross

Five Students Earn National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

The oldest graduate fellowship of its kind, the NSF-GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding students in NSF-supported disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees.