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Radenka Maric, UConn's 17th President.

UConn Names Radenka Maric as 17th President

Maric, previously vice president for research, innovation, and entrepreneurship, has served as interim president since Feb. 1

Mt. Vesuvius erupts in1880. Researchers are detailing a cataclysmic eruption of Vesuvius from thousands of years before the famous eruption that buried Pompeii. (Contributed photo).

Detailing a Disastrous Autumn Day in Ancient Italy

A trove information courtesy of a Vesuvius eruption - but not the one you may be thinking of

Woman working with human resources software on computer.

School of Business To Offer Fully-Online Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management

Two-thirds of students in the UConn Human Resources program earn a raise or promotion before commencement 

The volunteers distributing donations to refugees on the Ukrainian border, Russian-Ukrainian war concept.

School of Social Work Researchers Explore New Model to Sponsor Refugees

Their paper suggests a combination of community and private sponsorship could transform the future of refugee resettlement in the US

UConn Health Welcomes Medical and Dental Classes of 2026

UConn Health welcomes the medical and dental classes of 2026. The incoming classes include 110 future physicians, selected from more than 4,000 applicants, and 52 future dentists selected from nearly 1300 applicants, embarking on their four-year educational journey.

The Wilbur Cross Building on a sunny day.

New Multidisciplinary Data Science Master’s Starts this Fall

Meeting the growing demand for data scientists to tackle the most complex problems in society

Early JWST Survey Sheds New Light on the First Galaxies

New images of very old galaxies

Little green plant on crack dry ground, concept drought.

For Advance Drought Warning, Look to the Plants

UConn researchers find signals in vegetation can help forecast devastating 'flash' droughts

A young woman looking at cell phone in front of an open laptop.

School of Business To Offer Advanced Business Graduate Certificate in Fast-Growing FinTech Field

The new offering, a 12-credit graduate certificate, is expected to appeal to mid-career managers and executives eager to expand their skills

Cyclists hold up their bikes on the Atlantic shore

’22 Coast to Coast Comes Home

Dustin Moore, Julia Neri, and Brian Legato, the students making up the UConn Health’s 17th Coast to Coast for a Cause team, pedal for seven weeks and more than 3,000 miles to complete this year’s cross-country bicycle tour for charity.