Graduate Student Sarah R. Luria wins 2022 Scholar Award
Sarah R. Luria, a Ph.D. candidate in Neag School of Education's Educational Psychology program, has been selected as one of 100 recipients of the $20,000 Scholar Award from the Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) Sisterhood.
UConn’s Abrahamic Programs Build on Efforts Toward Peace, Regional Integration in Middle East and North Africa
The non-denominational initiative builds on the intellectual foundations of Abrahamic thought and the Middle East and North African region’s three monotheistic faiths – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Psychological Tips Aren’t Enough – Policies Need to Address Structural Inequities so Everyone Can Flourish
In the era of pandemic malaise, who gets to flourish?
School of Business Offers New Minor in Social Responsibility and Impact in Business
The new program is open to all undergraduate students, regardless of their major
‘It’s Hard To Look Away’: UConn English Professor Chronicles War From Russian-American Perspective
Ellen Litman says today's Russia bears striking similarities to the country she knew before the fall of communism
UConn and Scholars at Risk: A Life-Saving Partnership, A Transformative Educational Experience
A journalist and activist, Marvi Sirmed faces threats of violence in her home country of Pakistan, but has found safety and academic freedom through UConn’s unique and longstanding partnership with the Scholars at Risk Network
Statement of Solidarity with Ukraine
As directors of the Human Rights Institute and Dodd Impact, we condemn the war of aggression against Ukraine as a blatant violation of international law and as a catastrophic attack on human rights.