A Safer, More Precise Prostate Biopsy
September 22, 2020
After nearly two years of using a biopsy method known as the transperineal approach, UConn Health urologists report higher-quality prostate samples and zero infections.
This Student is a Tough Competitor. Heard of Her Sport?
October 8, 2019
UConn junior Laura Sofía Bedoya, of East Haven, Connecticut, is a forward and vice captain of the 15-member USA Women Underwater Rugby Team.
Helping Municipalities Meet New Pollution Regulations
July 11, 2019
A UConn Extension program, partnering with the state, is helping towns comply with new state and federal requirements for reducing water pollution – and saving them money.
UConn to Add Bachelor’s Program in Allied Health Sciences at Waterbury Campus
June 19, 2019
The University announced today that allied health sciences, one of the nation’s fastest-growing career fields, will soon be available at UConn Waterbury as a bachelor’s degree program that can be completed from start to finish at that campus.
Education Abroad: Anna Zarra Aldrich ’20, London, England
April 5, 2019
People ‘asked me a lot of questions about American politics and we talked a lot about Brexit. Working and meeting with different people was a huge part of the experience,’ says Anna Zarra Aldrich ’20 (CLAS).
UConn’s Key Role in Ensuring Integrity of State Elections
November 1, 2018
Both before and after the November election, UConn’s Voting Technology Research Center will run forensic analyses on memory cards in the state’s voting equipment.