UConn Voices

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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

Amanda Yagan standing by an MRI machine with a laptop showing brain scans

UConn Magazine: Out of the Minds of Babes

Cute kids, brilliant scientists, and exciting trips bring joy for Amanda Yagan ’21 (CLAS) at the Advanced Baby Imaging Lab.

Carol Atkinson-Palombo, professor of geography, second from left, speaks at a forum on the world climate held at Greenwich High School

In Connecticut, Climate Change is Another Way to Say Opportunity

A forum on UConn’s role in Connecticut’s energy future

Fany DeJesús Hannon

From Honduras to UConn: Alumna Reflects on Path that Led to Interim Dean of Students Role

Fany DeJesús Hannon ’08 MA graduated from the Neag School of Education's Higher Education and Student Affairs program before serving as director of UConn's Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center

Photo of Daisha Dillon feeding her baby daughter with a bottle

‘Motherhood is Awesome’ – Sickle Cell Patient Thankful for Healthy Baby Girl

UConn Health’s New England Sickle Cell Institute and Maternal Fetal Medicine clinic helped make Daisha’s lifelong dream come true

UConn students John Durham and Mariel Beebe salute the Ultimate Sacrifice Memorial on the Storrs campus.

Veterans Day Provides Opportunity to Recognize UConn’s Military Community

Educating, training, and celebrating the 800 military-affiliated students at UConn

Sims in an elementary classroom in Willimantic, Connecticut.

UConn Magazine: Power, Privilege, and Public Education

Who is the “public” in “public education”? Future teachers in this class tease apart that question, using history and current events to examine the inequities in our educational systems and to posit real-world fixes.

Portrait shot of Faridah Kisekka-Sessanga.

Fierberg Scholar Dreams of Being an Advocate for the Voiceless

Faridah Kisekka-Sessanga's experiences as a Muslim immigrant from Uganda inform her approach to social work

Susan Jerome, curator of the exhibit on display in the Jorgensen Gallery celebrating the UConn Women’s Center’s 50th anniversary, explains some of the items’ histories to UConn student Zoe Orie in the exhibit.

‘Still Going Forward’: Jorgensen Exhibit Celebrates Women’s History with Costume Collection

Tracing changing expectations, values, and ambitions through the 'fabric' of history