UConn Researcher Finds Family Support Key to LGBTQ+ Student Wellbeing During Pandemic
Support from parents is a key indicator of whether LGTBQ+ college students are experiencing higher levels of stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UConn Researcher Develops Town-Level Model for COVID-19 in Connecticut
UConn researchers have created the first COVID-19 model to focus on the town, rather than the state or national level.
School of Nursing Ranks Among Top 15 Online Master’s Programs for 2021
U.S. News & World Report placed the School as tied for No. 14 in online nursing master's programs around the country, and it came in second among such programs in New England.
When Looking at Species Declines, Nuances and Long-term Data Are Important
How a claim about the impact of climate change on insect populations in Puerto Rico didn't quite match the data.
Art, Music Faculty Collaboration Illuminates ‘Paradox in Political Tribalism’
Following a divisive election, a multimedia collaboration asks searching questions about values and principles.
Why Do Presidential Inaugurations Matter?
Ceremonies speak directly to some of our basic instincts, triggering intuitions about their efficacy, symbolism, and importance.
Age Provides a Buffer to Pandemic’s Mental Health Impact, UConn Researchers Say
A study by UConn researchers finds that while older adults are more concerned about the risks of COVID-19 than younger adults, they are also less likely to feel anxious or depressed.
Q&A: Trump, the Capitol, and Social Media
Social media played a significant role in the storming of the U.S. Capitol, and its influence in shaping American politics is unlikely to wane, says UConn's Marie Shanahan.