College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mercury Helps to Detail Earth’s Most Massive Extinction Event
'It wasn't just one very bad day on Earth. The situation is much more complicated than people realized'
A ‘Feel Good’ Mentoring Success Story, For National Mentoring Month
'I think networking is probably the most valuable skill anybody can really learn'
UConn Receives Inclusive Excellence Grant From Howard Hughes Medical Institute
The financial value of the $505,000 grant for UConn is over a six-year period
CLAS Connections: Gina Barreca and Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS)
Five heartfelt minutes with Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of English Gina Barreca and her former student Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS)
A Front Row View, an Abundance of Data, and a Glimpse of How Galaxies Evolve
UConn researchers are taking some of the guesswork out of how supermassive black holes merge
Creative Partnership Gives a Win to Both DMD and Athletics
'Connecticut is the sports entertainment capital of the world'
When it Comes to Disaster Prevention Policies, Who Can We Trust?
If politicians seem shady, voters are less likely to spend on disaster prevention measures
Signs of the Times: New Housing Option Connects Students through American Sign Language
'It’s just great to expose yourself to more than what the textbook is showing you'