‘These Were Haunting Events’: Researchers Study Migrant Precarity During Pandemic in US, India
An interdisciplinary group of researchers is designing a toolkit of methods to study the problems faced by migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UConn Magazine: For Scott Wallace, Remote Learning Means Getting Off the Beaten Path
The photographer and National Geographic contributor shares some of the hard-won wisdom he imparts to UConn’s lucky journalism students.
A Call to Action for Science
Three UConn researchers are among a group of scientists calling on policymakers and the public to put data and scientific evidence at the heart of fraught questions like the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Human Rights Research Consortium Draws International Audience for Initial Conference
More than 150 human rights researchers from four continents will gather virtually today for the inaugural conference of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium (HRRC).
New Study Examines Civil Society’s Effect on Mass Violence
UConn researcher Evan Perkoski discusses his work examining the role civil society can play in preventing - or perpetrating - mass killings.
Education Abroad: Drew-Asia Keating ’20, London, England
First-generation college student Drew Asia-Keating '20 (CLAS) says her Education Abroad experience in London took her out of her comfort zone.
Education Abroad: Luis Rivera ’19, Prague, Czech Republic
Accounting major Luis Rivera '19 (BUS) says his Education Abroad experience in Prague, Czech Republic, helped him grow as a person.
Education Abroad: Omaniel Ortiz ’20, London, England
For first-generation college student Omaniel Ortiz, his Education Abroad experience in London was the first time he traveled outside the U.S.