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Mentors Quinn Barron, a senior psychological sciences major, and Angela Chen, a senior history major, were leaders at the UConn FIRST Storrs fields trip in Spring 2022.

Campus Change Mentoring Program Grows from CLAS Faculty Fellowship

The new mentoring program for regional campus students moving to Storrs is one way the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is empowering faculty to make impactful change

A student gives the thumbs-up sign in front of the composting privy under construction at Spring Valley Farm.

Taking Care of Business, Sustainably, at UConn’s Spring Valley Student Farm

When nature calls, farm visitors will soon be able to answer sustainably, by using UConn’s first ADA-compliant composting privy

WiSFiRE 2020

‘WiSFiRE’ Sparks Connections for Women Students and Faculty in STEM

Second edition of conference features UConn faculty, alumnae, and leaders who have blazed a trail in STEM careers

The UConn Public Safety Complex.

Police Chief Gerald Lewis Departs UConn; Deputy Chiefs Fournier, Silver Splitting Role

Interim co-chiefs bring a wealth of UConn experience to their roles

Students browse articles of clothing in UConn's new Swap Shop

Swap, Don’t Shop: Sustainable Fashion is Coming to UConn

A secondhand clothing store, the first of its kind, is coming to the Storrs campus this fall to help students learn about, and counteract, fast fashion

Smiling female student

Allied Health Major Lets Students Make a Difference Close to Home

Emelis Santos '24 is among a growing number of students choose allied health sciences at UConn Waterbury to give back to their communities

Family moving first-year student into residence hall

Students Return to Campus for Fall Semester

Move-in Weekend got underway today, as first-year students began moving into the residence halls

Four people with bags and boxes standing in the lobby of a dorm, with a handpainted sign behind them reading "Welcome to Shippee"

Welcome Back! Everything you Need to Know About Returning to UConn for Fall 2022

From torch lightning to traffic patterns, this weekend will be bustling with activity at UConn's campuses across the state

Drone photos looking up Hillside Road from the Jorgensen

Portion of Hillside Road To Be Closed To Vehicular Traffic

The closing is a pilot effort to enhance safety and help to make the area friendlier to walkers and bicyclists in the foot-traffic-heavy center of campus

An aerial view of UConn Field Hockey playing against Rutgers.

UConn Honors Trailblazing, Championship-Winning Field Hockey Coaches

The names of Diane Wright and Nancy Stevens will adorn two prominent campus locations in recognition of their towering contributions to UConn and their sport