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Portrait of Anagha Payyamball

Doctoral Student Named to First Class of Quad Fellows

The Quad program is highly competitive with only 100 students selected for the initial class among 3,600 initial applicants

Students walk along Fairfield Way before 9 a.m. classes.

UConn Soars in Wall Street Journal National College Rankings

Graduation rate, value added to graduates' pay among factors that place UConn at 46 among all American universities

Michael Gilman shows an oyster dredge to students in the “Foundations of Shellfish Farming” class at UConn Avery Point

New Federal Funds Will Support Projects to Enhance Aquaculture Education, Kelp Farming

Federal grant funding will provide for assessment of workforce needs and purchase of mobile lab

UConn Joins Elite Cohort of Economically Impactful Institutions

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) honors UConn’s success as economic engine and innovation driver for the state and region.

Wilbur Cross with fall foliage. Oct. 12, 2021.

UConn Welcomes Impressive Class of 2027

The new Huskies come to UConn having already secured a spot amid tight competition in this year’s record-high applicant pool of more than 48,800

First-year students moving stuff into res halls

Welcome Back! What to Know About Returning to UConn for Fall 2023

The fall 2023 semester officially starts when classes reconvene on Monday, Aug. 28, at Storrs and the regional campuses in Hartford, Stamford, Avery Point, and Waterbury

The value of UConn’s research in driving economic development and transforming lives was highlighted Friday in an event led by the National Science Foundation, which supports many of the University’s most critical projects through significant grant funding.

Regional Campuses Preparing for Fall 2023 With Many New Offerings

The campuses are the dynamic academic home to more than 5,100 undergraduate students

A boat carrying researchers on the Long Island Sound with the video title "Saving the Sound with History" overlayed

Saving the Sound with History

Eelgrass is a critical habitat for fish, it filters water, and it stabilizes Connecticut's shoreline

child playing with the wind near a wind turbine

Connecticut and UConn are Leaders in Clean Energy and Sustainability

Our leaders, innovators, and scholars have worked tirelessly to drive progress in sustainability, moving us toward independence from fossil fuels and steeling our power grid against severe weather and other risk factors.

Ted Rathjen, senior shellfish warden for Groton, steers the boat as Kaitlyn Campbell, post doctoral student in the Brandt Lab at UConn, and Anika Agrawal, doctoral student in the lab, prepare to collect oysters and mussels to test for PFAS in shellfish tissue in an earlier project led by Christopher Perkins, who was chosen for one of the CECs project research awards.

Connecticut Sea Grant Project to Focus on Possible Contaminants in Coastal Waterways

The UConn researcher-led effort is part of a multistate effort to analyze pollutants in urban coastal areas along the East Coast