Research & Discovery
Poetry Graduate Student Wins National Translation Prize
Miller Oberman, the first student ever to win the award, was recognized for his translation of an 8th-century poem.
The Effect of Socioeconomic Status on How the Brain Processes Sound
A UConn researcher has found that children of parents with low levels of education hear differently than their peers.
Report: ‘Excellence Gap’ Growing Among American Students
A new report by education professor Jonathan Plucker finds that the highest-performing American students are disproportionately white and wealthy.
Psycholinguistics Expert Gerry Altmann to Join UConn Faculty
An internationally known researcher, Altmann will join the expanding cognitive science program in fall 2014.
Helping Adults with Reading Disabilities Improve Their Language Skills
A group of UConn speech-language pathologists is working with participants in an adult literacy program in Hartford.