UConn Voices

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Youth Environmental Conservation and Action

UConn students are depicting youth environmental conservation and action throughout the Northeast

Gerald Lewis, UConn chief of police, along Fairfield Way on July 19, 2021

UConn’s New Police Chief Named National Campus Safety Director of the Year

Gerald Lewis, Jr. started at UConn this month and leads 100 sworn officers assigned to seven campuses across the state.

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

UConn Law School’s Nelson Reflects on a Year of Challenge and Growth

Diversity and social justice are touchstones even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

Nylah K., a student at BRAIN Camp, mixes corn starch and water to make oobleck during a camp activity.

Five Weeks at B.R.A.I.N. Camp Could Give Kids a Brighter Future 

Fun activities, new friends, and EEG scans are all part of helping kids overcome learning difficulties at B.R.A.I.N. Camp. 

Jason Courtmanche presents first place to a middle school student at a 2018 award ceremony for Letters About Litrerature.

Their Efforts Today Will Impact the State, and the World, for Decades to Come

UConn researchers working in the environment, documenting people’s lives during the pandemic, and teaching children to write better will have profound implications in the future

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UConn Magazine: Diversity and Inclusion in Genetics

Genetics — especially our own, and the secrets we can learn with it about our ancestors’ past and our medical future — have captivated the nation.

A Virginia mansion burned by the British during the Revolutionary War provides the setting of Professor James Coltrain's "Blackhaven."

DMD Professor’s ‘Blackhaven’ Game Lets Players Unravel Mysteries of the Past

A historically-themed video game that explores themes of contemporary relevance

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Summer Undergraduate Researcher Mariam Zedan ’24 (PHARM)

The need for new antibiotics is crucial as drug-resistant strains of bacteria proliferate

a student being interviewed by a tv crew in the North Reading Room of Wilbur Cross

UConn Featured in Episode of New ‘College Tour’ Series’ First Season

An Amazon Prime show that highlights the whole UConn experience, from academics to the Dairy Bar

Women light candles during a protest against thousands of extrajudicial executions perpetrated by Colombian military forces, outside of The Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) in Bogota on June 28, 2021. - Thousands of extrajudicial executions known as "false positives" were carried out in the biggest scandal of the Colombian military forces in their struggle of more than half a century against rebel groups.

Buen Vivir: Examining Well-being in Colombia at a Time of Protest and Police Violence

'Can we create new indicators of well-being using this Indigenous concept of Buen Vivir?'