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The Real World Experience of the Stamford Startup Studio

'They're learning about politics. They're learning about the inner workings of Stamford. And then they're also learning their technical skills'

Adrienne Bruce ’22 (CLAS) decided to learn Korean during the early weeks of the pandemic.

UConn Magazine: Speaking the Language

What to do when at home during a pandemic? Learn a new language, of course

The Little International Livestock Show at UConn gives first-year students hands-on experience in working with animals.

A Lot of Learning From the ‘Little I’

A hands-on experience working with animals right away is a crucial part of UConn life for first-year animal science majors

Brain surgery patient Paramita Dhar with her two children.

‘Racing against Time’: Woman’s Life, Vision, and Baby Saved by UConn Health

UConn Health doctors worked to save a pregnant woman from a fast-growing brain tumor while safely delivering her baby, who turns 1 this Thanksgiving

Retired Professor Offers $100K Matching Gift to Save Veterans’ Entrepreneurship Program

A program that has put UConn on the map for veteran entrepreneurship

Aysha Mahmood '14.

UConn Magazine: Cool to be Kind

'I feel like I'm living my dream'

Pratt & Whitney Scholars will receive $10,000 per year in financial aid, in addition to several other benefits.

New Pratt & Whitney Scholars Program to Benefit UConn Engineering Students

Applications are now open; First cohort awardees will be announced in January 2022

Neag School of Education Professor and former Major League baseball player Doug Glanville.

UConn Magazine: The Long Game

From the major leagues to academia

Vern Granger, director of undergraduate admissions, speaks during the Convocation ceremony on the Student Union Mall on Aug. 23, 2019.

UConn Admissions Director Vern Granger Tapped to Lead National Professional Association

In each of the undergraduate admissions cycles during which Granger has been director, the University has attracted record numbers of students of color as part of the incoming classes

A magnolia tree blossoming outside the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture, where a new program for Native students will be launched.

New CAHNR Program Provides Scholarships, Support for Native Students

A new initiative provides Native students with financial, cultural, and academic support to make college more accessible