Honoring the Champions

The team that 'shocked the world' with UConn's first men's basketball national championship in 1999 was honored Sunday.

Alumnus, Former Trustee Joseph McCormick Dies at 101

McCormick was UConn's oldest known football alum, a former trustee, and a decorated combat veteran.

Neag Alumna Uses Expertise in Workplace Politics to Write Compelling Fiction Debut

Those familiar with UConn’s Storrs campus won’t necessarily see familiar places or faces in “Shadow Campus,” a mystery thriller. Yet author Kathleen Kelley Reardon, a former UConn associate professor who in 1971 earned a BA from the Neag School, believes anyone familiar with the behind-the-scenes politics of academia will recognize some attributes of the story.

From the Soccer Field to the Courtroom

Assistant U.S. Attorney Felice Duffy ’82 (CLAS), ’86 ED, ’91 Ph.D., who has found her way from a UConn soccer field to a federal courtroom, says prosecuting criminals is like playing team sports.

First-Year Teachers Share Do’s and Don’ts with Teachers-To-Be

Seven recent Neag alumni returned to Dr. Richard Schwab’s Teacher Leadership and Organization course to take the podium and share their first-year teaching experiences. The event marked the third year Schwab has invited former students back to campus.

Sochi: The View From Space

NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio ’82 (ENG) tweeted a photo of Sochi, site for this year's Winter Olympics, taken from the International Space Station.

Alumni Denis and Britta Nayden, second and third from left, were honored for their $3 million commitment to the UConn basketball program during the women's game at the XL Center on Dec. 5. From left: Coach Geno Auriemma, Denis Nayden, Britta Nayden, UConn Board of Trustees Chairman Lawrence McHugh, Director of Athletics Warde Manuel, President of the UConn Foundation Joshua Newton, School of Business Dean John Elliott, and SNY analyst and former UConn Husky Meghan Pattyson-Culmo. (UConn Foundation Photo)

Naydens Donate $3 Million to Basketball Facility, Scholarships

The three-part gift includes a challenge match to former UConn Husky players.

Tenor Finds His Classical Voice in Storrs

Albert Lee '98 (SFA) returns to UConn as a soloist for the performance of Beethoven's 9th Symphony.

Kaitlin Roig ’05 (ED),’06 MA in Sandy Hook on July 11, 2013. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Transcending Tragedy

Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis ’05 (ED), ’06 MA is teaching her students to pay kindness forward.

Talk of the Town

The new Storrs Center brings a modern, college-town charm right to UConn's doorstep.