College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
UConn Students Win National Goldwater Scholarship and Honorable Mention
April 5, 2012
The Barry M. Goldwater Foundation supports outstanding young scientists who wish to pursue a career in science or technology.
Climate Change Models May Underestimate Extinctions, Says UConn Biologist
January 4, 2012
Animal and plant species may be on a collision course created by climate change, and current predictions likely underestimate how many will go extinct, according to a new study.
Modeling Interactions between Climate and the Living System in West Africa
August 4, 2011
Two UConn-led studies may help shape climate prediction, food policy, and development investment.
Coping with Climate Change
July 21, 2011
Connecticut’s cities and towns are taking up the challenges of climate change at a local level.
Chemistry Professor wins Connecticut Medal of Science
May 10, 2011
Steven Suib, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, has been awarded the state’s top science medal.
UConn Students Win Goldwaters, Truman Scholarship
April 4, 2011
Three UConn students have won prestigious national awards, and three more were front runners.
Coming to Grips with Climate Change
January 19, 2011
An effective education must prepare students to tackle the unfamiliar and difficult, says CLAS dean.
Recovery from Autism
September 13, 2010
A UConn expert says early intervention can help some children recover from autism.
Small Size – Huge Potential
August 24, 2010
A chemistry professor’s nanotechnology research will be useful in alternative fuel development.
Local Students Discover the Ocean at Avery Point Marine Science Day
June 11, 2010
The students learned about Long Island Sound, its inhabitants, and reasons for its conservation.