Research & Discovery
From Practice to Performance: UConn’s Concerto Competition
The competition culminates in a concert this Thursday at von der Mehden Recital Hall.
Hiding in Plain Sight: Camouflage in Open Ocean Fish
A new study of how open ocean fish use polarized light waves shows there’s more to camouflage than meets the eye.
‘The Wanderer’ Combines Classical Music with Contemporary Dance
Baritone Ryan Burns, a graduate student, will perform a Schubert song cycle as soloist with the innovative Jessica Lang Dance Co.
An Undergrad Discovers Some Sticky DNA – and a New Vocation
Part of a successful university experience is being open to change. Brendan Smalec's story is a case in point.
A Bare Bones Approach to Understanding Human Behavior
Anthropologist Natalie Munro has assembled a collection of animal bones from archaeological digs and recent roadkill for teaching students about long ago societies.