College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Climate Change to Push Species Over Abrupt Tipping Points
Climate change is likely to abruptly push species over tipping points as their geographic ranges reach unforeseen temperatures
11 UConn Students Named Gilman Scholars
Gilman Scholars are required to complete a service project upon their return from studying abroad in their campus or home community, with the goal of sharing the value of participation in study abroad and promoting the scholarship to prospective students.
Finding a Home in the Asian American Cultural Center
“They believe in the power of education and their contributions here have had a critical impact on generations of students. They are extraordinary people"
White-tailed Deer Bones Give a Glimpse into Connecticut’s Past and May Help Inform a More Sustainable Future
'This contributes to broader discussions about how humans interact with their environment, and that there are ways that we can manage environments sustainably and interact with resources sustainably'
UConn Geography Researcher Receives Funds to Study Cancer Disparities Among U.S. African Americans
The study will build upon previous studies conducted by Ghosh and her collaborators that have explored the ways social inequality contribute to unequal cancer control outcomes
Data Shows UConn Alums Rank Among High Earners in Accounting, Finance, Law
UConn is among the top 20 public universities nationwide in which alumni who built careers in accounting, finance, and law earn more than peers who graduated from other institutions
New CHHD, Global Affairs Program Offers Graduate Students Virtual Study Exchange
The virtual study abroad experience removes the financial and travel burdens of traditional study abroad programs
UConn Student Working to ‘Amplify’ Educational Opportunities in Kenya
'One of the key things that I've really learned is to love the problem. Be in love with a problem. Because that's the only way you can understand the solution'
E-Corps: Building Skills and Bolstering Environmental Efforts Across Connecticut
A report shows the Environmental Corps (E-Corps) program has a lasting and transformative impact on students
UConn, Yale Push Connecticut to Quantum Reality
The state’s two premiere research universities are answering NSF’s call to catalyze regional economic and societal well-being through technological innovation.