The Graduate School

Arpita Kurdekar, an integrated studies Ph.D. candidate in both the School of Fine Arts and the School of Engineering at UConn, poses for a photo among her artwork displayed in her apartment in Storrs

Laying a New Foundation Before Building Up

UConn’s first integrative studies student bridges passion for art, engineering in research and life

The UConn Health Pulse Podcast logo.

Podcast: Breaking Down Health Barriers With Urban Service

Hear from three students who canvassed Hartford neighborhoods in the name of preventive medicine

Manije Darooghegi Mofrad smiles in a lab while pipetting

Meet the Researcher: Manije Darooghegi Mofrad, CAHNR

Darooghegi Mofrad, a prolific nutritional epidemiologist from Iran, explores dietary strategies to help people to reduce their risk of developing chronic diseases

Molly James '23 Ph.D., left, and Hea Youn "Sophy" Chung pose together in August when James visited Seoul, South Korea, as part of a collaboration to turn scientific data into music.

Making Music from Data Points: Grad Student Collaborates to ‘Sonify’ Science

'Looking at graphs is not something that’s intuitive for most people, but music is a way that you can communicate something'

Portrait shot of Faridah Kisekka-Sessanga.

Fierberg Scholar Dreams of Being an Advocate for the Voiceless

Faridah Kisekka-Sessanga's experiences as a Muslim immigrant from Uganda inform her approach to social work

Earth’s night lights as observed in 2016 based on NASA’s Black Marble Product.

Viewing Earth from Space at Night: Tracking Our Changing Black Marble

Turning on the lights when the sun goes down offers great insights into a range of human activities. Now scientists have a way to make better use of satellite data monitoring nighttime light changes

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