College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Dean Julie Wade stands with two alumni and students on UConn campus

‘Like a Family’: Inside the CLAS Women’s Leadership Collective

Mentorship program provides UConn students with alumnae network to discuss career paths, goals, and life

Class tree of 1895 in full bloom on the Great Lawn

With Class Tree, UConn Grads Put Down Roots Before Branching Out into the World

A tree grows in Storrs ... actually, lots of them do, thanks to graduating classes dating back to the 19th century

UConn Ph.D. student Raul Flamenco.

An Unapologetic Love of Nature

How representation helped set a UConn Ph.D. student on the path to rediscover his truest self

Zoey England, a Gilman-McCain scholar, pets Jonathan XIV on May 3, 2022.

Gilman-McCain Scholarship Winner Is a First for UConn

Zoey England is one of just 100 students in the country to earn the scholarship this year

Drone morning shot of UConn Avery Point Campus

UConn, NOAA, DEEP, Other Partners Celebrate Designation of Estuarine Research Reserve Along Shoreline

UConn is joining with several partners to celebrate the establishment of the Connecticut National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR)

Nicholas Xenophontos ’23 (CLAS) reads his prize-winning essay on the meaning of America

In Defining ‘America,’ Students Critique, Criticize, and Warn of What Is and Could Be

'If people value democracy, trust each other and the democratic process, they will build a better nation'

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

Graduate claps during commencement ceremony

Together, At Last: 2022 CLAS Commencement

2,500 degrees, 3 ceremonies, 1 day to remember

Manisha Sinha, the James L. and Shirley A. Draper Chair in American History. (Bri Diaz/UConn Photo)

History Professor Manisha Sinha Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Sinha is working on an expansive examination of the post-Civil War period known as Reconstruction

Kelli Mosca on boat

Kelli Mosca ’22 MS, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

"I am using the fieldwork skills that I learned during my master’s degree, but also, some of the data analysis and management skills that I used during my thesis."