UConn Voices

Shardé Davis, Breanna McFarlane and Melina Pappademos smile for individual portraits.

New Programs Supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Have Visible Outcomes

Students and faculty in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences share the experiences that empowered them to raise their voices, pursue social justice, and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion at UConn

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UConn’s Sage Phillips Named a Udall Scholar

The scholarships are given by the Udall Foundation, which was established by Congress in 1992 to honor Arizona Congressman Morris K. Udall and former Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall

Changing the Future Face of Health Care – and the Lives of Young People

For two decades, the Health Career Opportunity Program has been inspiring people of all backgrounds to pursue the study of health care

Survey Details Student Experiences with Racial Microaggressions on UConn Campuses

The 2020 UConn Microaggressions Survey sought to learn about instances of racial microaggression experienced by students of color

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UConn Magazine: Is the American Dream For All Americans?

Malachi Bridges ’21 (CLAS) wants the dream of home ownership to be a lot more equitable.

Asylum seekers from El Salvador and Honduras arrive in the US. The number of refugees permitted entry into the US shrank to new lows under the Trump administration. (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)

The Role of Communities in Refugee Resettlement

'Volunteers can help address real problems facing refugees'

Meet the Researcher: Sita Nyame, School of Engineering, Eversource Energy Center

Nyame has developed an enduring interest for studying natural hazards and developing technology to help people who experience them through her work with the Eversource Energy Center

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New Association Co-Founded By UConn Professor Looks to Diversify Economics

Breaking down barriers in a field that was once an 'old boys' club'

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UConn Magazine: Redefining “Wealth”

For Richie Mutts ’06 (CLAS) the impulse to do good is as irresistible as an infectious melody.

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A First for UConn: Two Students Named Truman Scholars for 2021

The Truman Scholarship carries the legacy of the 33rd President by supporting and inspiring the next generation of public service leaders.