A large crowd of people are in a Connecticut brewery for the launch of a new beer made by UConn students.

After Semester-Long Development, Student-Created ‘BrewConn’ Beer Debuts with Glowing Reviews

New UConn brewing innovation initiative seeks to bring education, research, outreach to industry

Clinical Engineering group posed outside of the UConn Student Union.

Biomedical Engineers Expand Skillsets Through Clinical Program

'There’s no other program like this in the country. We’re giving them real world experience while they work towards a master’s degree'

Neuer, at the German National Library, believes a library’s mission “to record everything without fear or favor” is essential to democratic society.

UConn Magazine: What a Library Can Do

A music major at UConn, Johannes Neuer ’00 MM now lives in Leipzig, Germany, safeguarding a nation’s memories

Saunders created this chupacabra puppet head for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights 2022.

UConn Magazine: Unmasked

How a UConn puppeteer went from being the beer guy at Whole Foods to creating animatronics for the biggest theme parks, robotics for cinematic superheroes, and crazy-clever costumes for Masked Singers

Cob Carlson

UConn Magazine: The Greatest Career in the World

Cob Carlson ’76 (ED), film editor – and sometimes producer and director – looks back on his favorite projects

New Book Traces Journey of Women at UConn Law

"A Century's Journey" is the fourth in a series of short books about the history of the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Attendees of the donation of athletic letter sweater that belonged to former UConn student-athlete John E. Winzler '42 to the Husky Heritage Sports Museum pose for a photo in the museum in the Alumni Center

UConn Sports Museum Receives Varsity Sweater From Military Hero

The letter sweater of John Winzler ’42 (CLAS) is now on display at the J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum

At right, Christian Heiden '20 (CAHNR), founder of Levo International, leads a tour of the micro-farm his startup built on Garden Street in Hartford's North End.

UConn Alum Fighting Food Insecurity in Hartford, One Micro-Farm at a Time

'There’s a lot of food in this neighborhood, but there’s not a lot of food that looks like this'

UConn Recreation's Road Dogs running group has trained for the Husky Run & Ruck: Salute to Service race, which will be held Sunday, Nov. 12.

Running, Rucking, and Remembering: UConn, HMF Team Up for Veterans Day Road Race

Sunday, Nov. 12 event pays tribute to alum and Navy SEAL Kyle Milliken, killed in action in 2017

Gov. Ned Lamont, Kiana Foster-Mauro, and Education Commissioner Charlene M. Russell-Tucker

Neag School Alumna Kiana Foster-Mauro is Connecticut’s 2024 Teacher of the Year

Foster-Mauro ’20 (ED), ’21 MA will be recognized at a ceremony in Hartford in November, and is preparing an application for National Teacher of the Year