Historical Aerial Photos of Connecticut’s Coastline Now Available Online
Aerial photographs of the state’s coast covering the past 40 years provide a valuable time series of environmental and land use conditions.
Festival of Early Music Based on Music Scholar’s Research
As artistic director for the Connecticut Early Music Festival, music historian Eric Rice is organizing a concert series featuring music written before 1800.
Neag School Sees New Role in Conversation About Education Reform
Lawmakers turn to UConn's education school for assistance in evaluating a portion of the program created by Connecticut's new law.
UConn Celebrates Economic Benefits of Innovation at Inaugural Ceremony
Awards highlight the University's commitment to bringing research where it benefits people.
Two UConn Faculty to Advise Nation’s Policymakers on Science Issues
Two UConn professors are among 13 scientists from around the nation selected to spend the next year in D.C., contributing their expertise as Jefferson Science Fellows.