UConn Voices

Tamara Cardoso at desk with "Respect" banner superimposed on photo

Respect at the Center of Patient Care

Tamara Cardoso from UConn Health’s Office of Patient Experience: ‘Respect is the foundation of compassionate caregiving’

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

Asian man poses with hydroponic technology called GREENBOX

UConn Researcher Invents ‘Plant Factory’ for Urban Agriculture

GREENBOX can grow high-quality food in existing indoor urban spaces and meet the need for local, sustainable food

Guerra, with Connecticut Congressman Jim Himes, and the production team for Grit & Grace

Documenting the American Dream: In First-of-its-Kind Project, UConn Professor Directs Film for U.S. Congressional Committee

'Creating media that unites, that’s something that I really want to do with my films'

From left, 2023-24 American Sign Language (ASL) Community Housing Coordinator Vivian London, 2022-23 ASL Community Housing Coordinator Lauren Gobler and Watson Hall Resident Assistant Teanna Minott have a conversation in ASL outside of Watson Hall—the current home of UConn’s ASL Community Housing.

Signs of the Times: New Housing Option Connects Students through American Sign Language

'It’s just great to expose yourself to more than what the textbook is showing you'

Hosokawa uses methods she learned at UConn to train members of the Japan Coast Guard and help athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.

UConn Magazine: Rescue Mission

Kinesiology alum Yuri Hosokawa ’16 (CAHNR) uses methods she learned at UConn to train the Japan Coast Guard.

Housing (In)Justice

In New Documentary Series, Senior Explores Student Housing Insecurity

Brianna Chance ‘23, a music education major, received funding from the BOLD Women’s Leadership Network for her project documenting student homelessness and housing insecurity in Connecticut

Portrait of Nidhi Jayakumar Nair in Oak Hall

Nidhi Nair ’23 Named UConn’s First Schwarzman Scholar

Chosen from over 3,000 applicants, the economics major will join 150 fellow scholars in Beijing

Coworking space, office and sharing desk in corporate workplace. Diversity, efficiency and modern working environment for inclusive company. Start up and motion blur of fast and busy employees.

UConn Center Sets Sights on Improving Employment Outcomes for Neurodivergent Graduates

Helping companies create a culture of inclusivity - and success - for neurodivergent workers

smiling student near computer in lab

Raising Awareness of Malnutrition in One Connecticut Community and Beyond

Naniel Scott '23 (CAHNR) is using her knowledge of nutritional sciences to help the community improve the quality of their health