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UConn Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy Recognizes 2024 Faculty Excellence Awardees

InCHIP's 2024 Excellence Awards honor faculty who have advanced health behavior change research, teaching, and mentorship at UConn.

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InCHIP Award Supports Ph.D. Student Research on Heart Disease Prevention in U.S. African Immigrants

Health Promotion Sciences Ph.D. student Richard Bannor's dissertation aims to address the gap in research on heart disease prevention and immigration status among Black populations.

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Gray Divorce Puts Women at Greater Risk of Food Insecurity

American women who divorce after 50 have an increased likelihood of experience food insecurity, according to new UConn research

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Feel Your Best Self Wins Telly Award for the Second Straight Year

The educational online toolkit that helps children cope with big emotions won a silver award in the Education and Training – Online category

Entrance to the Emergency Department at UConn Health.

Emergency Room Visits for Self-Harm Skyrocket

Between 2011 and 2020, an increase of nearly 19%

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UConn Partnership with East Hartford Public Schools Celebrates First Year

UConn WSCC team marks productive year of improving health and well-being of school children with CDC visit

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Connecticut Office of Early Childhood Awards $10 Million to HDFS Project

UConn researchers and CT OEC launch the ‘CT Early Years’ program to support families of infants and toddlers

A group of college students poses for a photo in a classroom while wearing sock puppets on their hands.

Students From Public Health House Learning Community Feel Their Best Self

Interdisciplinary collaboration between UConn’s Collaboratory on School and Child Health, Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry, and the Public Health House Learning Community allows students to see the possibilities of the future

An image of a migrant sitting in a Migrant Reception Station in the Darien Province, Panama

InCHIP Dissertation Assistantship Award Supports Anthropology Student’s Research on Migrant Rights

"Despite the need for human rights protections, U.S.-influenced migration policies in Central America limit travel through legal ports of entry and push migrants to increasingly dangerous transit routes."

A woman wearing a pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness meets with a physician.

UConn Professor to Study Impact of Social Factors on Accelerated Aging in Breast Cancer Survivors

Despite progress, a disproportionate burden of cancer continues for many people disadvantaged by social, political, and environmental systems