College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Students Turn Classroom Knowledge into Real World Outcomes
Students seeking hands-on experience find playwriting, food security advocacy, and public speaking competitions boost their classroom learning
A First for UConn: Two Students Named Truman Scholars for 2021
The Truman Scholarship carries the legacy of the 33rd President by supporting and inspiring the next generation of public service leaders.
Derek Chauvin Trial: 3 Questions America Needs to Ask About Seeking Racial Justice in a Court of Law
The Chauvin case leads to the question: What is the difference between enforcing the law and being the law?
UConn Researchers Find Bubbles Speed Up Energy Transfer
Findings that could help further understand how living tissue reacts to radiation exposure
Scientists Need to Become Better Communicators, But It’s Hard to Measure Whether Training Works
Organizations that train scientists have to do more than just ask participants in a class whether they learned anything
For Undergraduates, Early Research Experience Pays Off
Students and faculty share the unique research opportunities that define their college experience, and how to seek out opportunities as an undergraduate.
UConn’s Nora Berrah Awarded a Blaise Pascal Chaire d’Excellence to Conduct Research in France
Previous winners of the honor include six Nobel laureates