Fish Food and the Foundry: How One UConn Startup Went Global and Others Can, Too
'We’re increasing Connecticut manufacturing and exporting; it's one of those things where the Foundry provided wins all around'
A Year After Russia Invaded Ukraine, What Would America’s Leading Cold War Strategist Say?
'If diplomacy is not pursued and if unconditional surrender is unattainable, the only other alternative is catastrophe'
IMRP Heads to Norway for Look Inside Prison System Seeking to ‘Create Good Neighbors’
'In Norway, the punishment is the taking away of freedom'
New Study Shows Archery Appeared in Europe Thousands of Years Earlier than Previously Thought
The use of bow-and-arrow technology gave humans an edge over Neanderthal neighbors in hunting game
UConn Magazine: All Roads Lead Home
A storied Spanish hiking trail delivers a full-circle moment for ’90s alum Alex Chang and some lucky current students. “On the Camino, everyone writes their own story,” says Chang
One Year After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Can Businesses Prevent Future Wars?
'If you’re a businessperson in Connecticut, there are connections now that you can use to create a more peaceful world'
A Message From President Maric Regarding the Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria
"On behalf of the UConn community, we would like to express our sympathy for those affected by this major natural disaster."
Greek Delegation’s IPB Visit Opens Door for Future Collaboration
Finding a 'gateway' to industry and commerce at the UConn Tech Park
Moved by Ukraine Turmoil, Alums Establish Aid Fund for UConn Students, Scholars from Conflict Zones
'Two important pillars of our friendship are our love for UConn and our deep commitment to human rights'
UConn Researcher Aims to Uncover Plant Invasions in the Tropics
A UConn researcher is leading an international team filling important knowledge gaps in the fight against invasive plants in Central America