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UConn Student Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences – Summer 2021

"Summer 2021’s pharmaceutical focused research projects highlight the diverse opportunities for undergrad and graduate research for students in the School of Pharmacy and across UConn."

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Youth Environmental Conservation and Action

UConn students are depicting youth environmental conservation and action throughout the Northeast

UConn Faculty Developing Leadership Program for Nonprofit Leaders of Color

UConn researchers are working with community leaders to develop an educational program to support leaders of color working at non-profits

Sophomore Aaliyah Edwards will compete in the Tokyo Olympics for the Canadian women's basketball team. She joins a talented squad of Husky alums in basketball, soccer, field hockey, and more

Huskies Heading to Tokyo for Summer Games Will Represent Six Nations

UConn will be represented by 16 athletes at the Summer Olympics and Paralympics

UConn Team Developing Harms-Benefits Analysis for Firearms Policy

UConn researchers are working to better understand the harms and benefits firearm policies have for gun owners, to help protect gun owners' rights while promoting public safety

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Summer Undergraduate Researcher Paul Isaac ’23 (CLAS)

Rising junior works to find a synthetic protein to help an ancient species

A photo of a news conference being livestreamed via iPhone. As the tools and delivery platforms of journalism have changed, fundamental skills remain critical, says UConn journalism department head Marie Shanahan.

‘It Doesn’t Always Have to Be the Way It Was’: UConn’s Marie Shanahan on the Changing State of News

UConn Journalism’s incoming department head looks at the changing landscape of news and information

Nylah K., a student at BRAIN Camp, mixes corn starch and water to make oobleck during a camp activity.

Five Weeks at B.R.A.I.N. Camp Could Give Kids a Brighter Future 

Fun activities, new friends, and EEG scans are all part of helping kids overcome learning difficulties at B.R.A.I.N. Camp. 

First-Year Writing Program Grant Centers Metacognitive Approach to Writing

The First-Year Writing Program at UConn is reshaping its curriculum with a new approach to writing processes that make students stronger writers and critical thinkers.

Rising senior student, Caroline LeCour is interning at NBC CT writing digital news and social media

Caroline LeCour ’22 (CLAS) is reporting from NBC CT

Caroline LeCour's journalism experience at UConn, and her persistence, helped her land a remote internship at NBC CT this summer.