UConn Extension’s Velazquez Answers Nutrition Questions on Radio Amor
August 28, 2020
UConn Extension educator Zoraida Velazquez has become a popular Bridgeport-area radio personality thanks to her weekly call-in show on food and nutrition.
UConn’s Information Solutions Helping to Reopen Connecticut
August 20, 2020
A UConn researcher’s passion for data solutions is playing an important role in Connecticut’s reopening process.
UConn Program Aims to Improve Engineers’ Communications Skills
August 19, 2020
A multidisciplinary professional education program is being developed at UConn to hone the communication skills of engineers.
Korey Stringer Institute: Progress Made in High School Sports Safety Policies
August 13, 2020
The Korey Stringer Institute has released its annual report on the progress states are making to protect the health of high school student athletes.
Isaias Aftermath: Dealing with Wind and Storm-Damaged Trees
August 7, 2020
A UConn Extension expert offers advice on what to do – and what not to do – with storm-damaged trees on your property.
Meet the Researcher: Margaret Lloyd Sieger, School of Social Work
August 3, 2020
Margaret Lloyd Sieger’s research is guided by her desire to help families struggling with substance abuse.
Review of Microfinance Studies Finds Many Flaws, No Conclusions
July 16, 2020
A study of peer-reviewed research on microfinance finds flawed work, but no solid conclusions about the practice itself.
UConn Law Professor’s Brief Cited in Landmark Supreme Court Case
July 13, 2020
UConn School of Law Professor Bethany Berger’s legal brief was cited by the Supreme Court in a ruling with broad implications for Native American sovereignty.
UConn Magazine: Our Defining Moments
July 7, 2020
These Huskies — students, staff, professors, doctors, nurses, and graduates new and old —are finding innovative ways to help us all navigate a global pandemic.
UConn Magazine: Local Hero
July 2, 2020
Louis Goffinet ’17 (CLAS) offered in a Facebook post to shop for elderly neighbors. Two months later he was still shopping, and overseeing a $30,000 Neighbors Grocery Fund.
$3 Million Grant to Help Students with Disadvantaged Backgrounds Become Nurse Practitioners
July 1, 2020
The UConn School of Nursing has won a $3 million grant to a launch a program aimed at increasing diversity among health care providers in underserved communities.