Magazine

For Caitlin Oswald ’09 (ENG), It IS Rocket Science

March 24, 2017

In 2015, the UConn engineering alumna was named to ‘Fast Company’ magazine’s annual list of the 100 Most Creative People in Business for her pioneering work in additive manufacturing.

Fall 2014 Edition – UConn Magazine

November 10, 2014

Features Pioneering Paths to Healing – UConn doesn’t just claim to be on the cutting edge of improving health for citizens. The innovative careers and research pursuits of our faculty and alumni alike are living proof of how the University community is pushing the boundaries of the future of medicine. The Sounds of Innovation – […]

Spring 2014 Edition – UConn Magazine

May 13, 2014

Feature Portraits of Strength – In 1933, UConn students designated the husky as the symbol of strength that has come to define the true spirit of the University. Eleven proud alumni speak out about their own enduring spirit, sharing their darkest struggles as well as their greatest triumphs. Alfredo Fuentes ’08 MPS Bessy Reyna ’72 […]

Fall 2013 Edition – UConn Magazine

November 1, 2013

Features A Class of Their Own – A high school junior, his home destroyed by Hurricane Irene. A 6-year-old in West Africa, daydreaming of one day attending school. This fall, UConn welcomed one of the most exceptional incoming classes of freshmen in University history. Every one of them has a story to tell. Talk of […]

2013 Spring Edition – UConn Magazine

May 3, 2013

Features State of the Next Generation – Despite the tremendous demand for qualified workers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, less than half of college students are majoring in these disciplines. How is UConn partnering with the state of Connecticut to address the gap? Not Your Average Joel – He runs a […]

2012 Summer Edition – UConn Magazine

August 20, 2012

UConn Magazine’s Summer Issue features faculty, students, and alums who make an impact across the globe.

2012 Spring Edition – UConn Magazine

March 22, 2012

Geno Goes for the Gold: When Geno Auriemma arrived in the United States at the age of 7 from a small village in Italy he was self-conscious and unsure of himself. He built a basketball dynasty in Storrs and now will lead the USA Basketball National team to the 2012 Olympics in London. Preserving a […]

2011 Fall/Winter Edition – UConn Magazine

November 14, 2011

Growing the Farm Economy: The Connecticut agricultural economy is a $3.5 billion industry that includes many alumni from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources who have expanded their core businesses, rooted in food and plant products, to meet new consumer needs. How Do We Learn to Speak and Read? World-renowned Haskins Laboratories in New […]

2011 Summer Edition – UConn Magazine

July 1, 2011

Protecting the World of Ideas: The legal wrangling over who came up with the idea for Facebook is just one legal issue arising today in the burgeoning field of intellectual property law. The Anthropology of Feasting: Humans gathering together for a sumptuous feast can be traced to the Middle East, according to a UConn anthropologist […]

2011 Spring Edition – UConn Magazine

April 11, 2011

A Conversation with Susan Herbst: UConn’s 15th president discusses her new role after serving as executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer for the University System of Georgia. Transforming Nursing: As the nation’s health care system faces changes and new challenges nowhere is this more evident than in the evolution of nurse training. Sounds of […]