Community Impact

Chris Cerpa of Rocky Hill is seen through the skin of his drum during the Yamaha Sounds of Summer held at the Music Building on June 26, 2012. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

UConn Drumline Doesn’t Miss a Beat with Sounds of Summer Program

The Drumline hosted musicians in grades 7-12 for Yamaha's summer percussion camp June 25-26.

Aerial View of Griswold Point, Old Lyme - 1974-2000 (Photo courtesy of UConn Libraries)

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.

Early Music Festival (Photo courtesy of Connecticut Early Music Festival).

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.

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Journeys of Faith

Gerald Krell '57 (SFA) is a documentary film maker whose overview of world religions is a response to current events.

Teacher giving a lesson in the classroom.

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.

Mary Holz-Clause, vice president for economic development is interviewed at the WIlbur Cross south reading room on Jan. 25, 2012. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Driving the Economy

Mary Holz-Clause, the University’s first vice president for economic development, talks about the ways in which UConn can contribute to economic development across the region.

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UConn Celebrates Economic Benefits of Innovation at Inaugural Ceremony

Awards highlight the University's commitment to bringing research where it benefits people.

UConn student Alex Badalucco leads a "knot" activity involving team building skills, during the Read & Raise recognition event April 23. (Shawn Kornegay/UConn Photo)

UConn Celebrates Young Readers

The top performers in a reading initiative for Hartford Public School students were recognized on campus for their achievements on Monday.

Man playing a clarinet.

UConn in the Big Easy

About 50 UConn students help out by renovating homes in the Upper Ninth Ward neighborhood of New Orleans.

Kay Ryan, winner of a 2011 Pulitzer Prize and former Poet Laureate of the U.S. is the 49th Wallace Stevens Poet. (Don J. Usner Photo)

Wallace Stevens Program to Feature Poet Kay Ryan

Kay Ryan, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 2011 and is former Poet Laureate of the U.S., will read her work and meet with students on April 9.