The Graduate School
UConn Offers New Online Master Program in Personalized Nutrition
The Master of Science in Personalized Nutrition will prepare students for promising careers in health care, academia, and industry
School of Nursing Offers New Graduate Certificate in Life Story Practice and Research
The 12-credit program will welcome its first cohort this summer and is designed for social workers, nurses, clinical psychologists, artists, writers, musicians, and personal and family historians.
Elite Fellowship Backs UConn Health Scholar’s Violence Research
Mayte Restrepo-Ruiz, a public health sciences research associate and Ph.D. candidate, is studying the connection between armed conflict and intimate partner violence, now with the support of Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation.
37th Annual Graduate Student Research Day Carries On Virtually
Graduate Student Research Day (GSRD) is an annual celebration of the research accomplishments of students in The Graduate School programs at UConn Health, with a primary focus on the Biomedical Science Ph.D. program. Like so many activities in 2020, the decades old gathering traditionally held in June of each year, could not take place in […]
Neonatal Nursing Master’s Program Ranked in the Top 5 in the U.S.
A nursing advocacy organization recently ranked UConn’s neonatal nursing master's degree as the No. 5 hybrid/online program in the country for registered nurses looking to further their education.
UConn Health Commencement Goes Virtual in a COVID-19 World
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic UConn Health found a way to honor its graduating Class of 2020 of 236 new physicians and scientists headed to health care’s frontlines.
Graduate Students Dhuri and Li Take Top Honors in local AAPS Poster Competition
UConn Ph.D. students take top honors in poster competition.
Ph.D. candidate Ãnand Gupta wins 2019 IPEC Americas Foundation Award
Ãnand Gupta, a Ph.D. candidate in Dr. Diane Burgess’ laboratory, was recently awarded a 2019 International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council of the Americas Foundation (IPEC) award for graduate students. He was one of five Ph.D candidates nationally to receive the award. The award was presented during the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists conference in San Antonio on […]
Forest management researcher designs museum installation
Amanda Bunce, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, recently translated her forestry research into an art installation. In a collaboration with faculty and students in School of Fine Arts, she created a piece about tree sway for the Weather Report, an exhibit currently on view at The Aldrich Contemporary […]
$1M in Federal Funding to Support Doctoral Students in Special Ed
In partnership with a consortium that includes six other universities across the nation, the Neag School’s special education doctoral program and Center for Behavioral Education and Research (CBER) will once again be part of a federal grant designated to support a total of nearly 30 future scholars in the field of special education.