College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Set Guilt Aside and Get On with Your Life
Guilt, as exhausting as it is, appears easier than action. But it isn't. An essay by English professor, author, and columnist Gina Barreca.
From Resolution to Ritual: Why People Start and Stick With Yoga
A new study notes that while many begin yoga for the health benefits, those who continue often say spirituality is the reason.
New Stem Cell Research Collaboration Focuses on Rare Diseases
The University has announced a new stem cell research collaboration in the field of rare disease with Connecticut firm Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Emeritus Professor of English Charles Boer Dies
Boer taught mythology, poetry, and individual 20th-century writers in the English department from 1966 to 1992.
Fisheries Management Study Casts Aside Conventional Wisdom
More efficient practices could lead to an increase in profits of up to 49 percent, according to a new study by UConn’s Ling Huang and a coauthor at Duke University.
Gaming Safer Sex
While the players of many video games win by surviving a set of challenges, the success of one new video game is behavior change off screen.
Solving the Future with Abstract Algebra
A UConn math professor is publishing a paper that breaks new ground, and may one day solve problems yet to be identified.
A Hero’s Welcome: The American Public’s Attitudes Toward Veterans
Roper Center experts analyze public opinion on what the government owes veterans and whether it is fulfilling its obligations.