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A view of Horsebarn Hill at sunset. An abundance of outdoor resources exists at UConn.

Get Your Daily Dose of the Great Outdoors with NatureRx at UConn

A resource aimed at getting people outside and exploring the abundance of nature on our doorstep

Sustainability, Community, and Food – Theory Meets Action for UConn Undergrads

Where 'learning by doing' means baking bread, growing vegetables, and working for justice

Out of the Woods: Products from the UConn Forest Provide Educational, Environmental Benefits

The UConn Forest is vital for teaching, research, and extension work done at UConn, as well as boosting wildlife habitats and watershed protection

On left, UConn Health Registered Nurse, Savannah Jaspering administers the COVID-19 vaccine while at the Hawley Armory in Storrs last spring

UConn Reports 94% of Incoming Storrs Residential Students Fully or Partially Vaccinated

Student vaccination rate far exceeds the state and national figures

A student at BRAIN Camp, mixes corn starch and water to make oobleck during a camp activity.

Five Weeks at B.R.A.I.N. Camp Could Give Kids a Brighter Future 

Fun activities, new friends, and EEG scans are all part of helping kids overcome learning difficulties at B.R.A.I.N. Camp. 

Andy Sadlon '80 is looking to reinvigorate an old energy technology for a new era.

How an Alumnus-Run Company is Putting a New Spin on an Ancient Renewable Energy

Making hydroelectric power affordable and compact for an era where clean energy is in growing demand

Four students doing exercises

A Clinic Without Walls

Students help uninsured members of the local community with pro bono health and wellness services

person in a t-shirt

UConn Student Building ‘No Bad Days’ Lifestyle Brand

'My goal is to make the conversation more open,' says Jack Tarca '22 (BUS)

Hemp plant in the sun

UConn Startup Unlocking the Promise of Hemp

UConn startup 3BC is using cutting-edge research to produce high-quality hemp products.

Luke Anderson

Meet undergraduate Luke Anderson

Many students face a challenge at UConn trying to balance academics with their social lives and involvement in interests outside the classroom. Luke Anderson encounters this, as well. However, Anderson seemingly has more activities to coordinate. For example, he is a University Scholar, working toward dual degrees in nutritional sciences and anthropology with a minor […]