UConn Student Teams Propose New Business Uses for IBM’s ‘Watson’ Computing System
An invitation from IBM gave Stamford Learning Accelerator students the opportunity to propose real-world projects.
After-School Exercise and Nutrition Program Reaches Out to Urban School Children
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Neag School of Education have joined forces to bring an after-school program to urban children.
Connecticut Agencies Win $5 million Federal Grant to Fund Innovative Housing Support Program
UConn researchers, The Connection, and the Department of Children and Families are working together on a program aimed at keeping families together that’s intended to serve as a model.
UConn Offers Connecticut High School Students an Early College Experience
The oldest program of its kind in the U.S., UConn’s Early College Experience allows high schoolers access to UConn courses in a range of disciplines.
School of Business, Coach Auriemma Announce Premier Leadership Conference
The inaugural two-day conference featuring outstanding business leaders is set for April at the Mohegan Sun.
Researching the Cultural Traditions of the Gullah People
Two music professors have developed a curriculum on the Gullah culture for school teachers, and are incorporating their findings into courses for UConn students.
Renovated Floriculture Building Debuts to Students, Families During Cornucopia
The Floriculture retail outlet UConn Blooms reached out to students and families on Sunday with free roses and a contest for students.
UConn Introduces Nation’s First Correctional Nursing Training Van
The vehicle will travel to Connecticut prisons and provide on-site professional training for correctional facility nurses.
Decorated Marine, UConn MBA Heads Business School’s Programs for Veterans
Michael Zacchea leads the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities, as well as initiatives for recruitment and support.