UConn Voices

A view of the main UConn Hartford building from across the street.

Grant Will Help Break Down Barriers in Access to Technology in Hartford

Collaborative effort between UConn Hartford and School of Engineering aims to reduce inequities in access to crucial technology skills

SmartCards AR cofounders Justin Nappi, left, and Sudiksha Mallick pose for a photo with a beta version of one of their product’s flashcards

Pick a Card, Any Card: Undergrad Startup Combines Flashcards with Augmented Reality for Neurodivergent Students

'Of all those moments that we could have chosen to stop, we continued to keep going'

Social Work Researcher Seeks to Re-engage Black and African American Older Adults Isolated by COVID-19

Working to reconnect people with the activities and social ties that sustained them before the pandemic

HuskyTHON participants raise cards displaying the total dollar amount raised during hte 2023 huskyTHON

HuskyTHON Raises Over $1.4 Million For The Kids

The annual dance marathon raised $1,480,255.77 for Connecticut Children's Medical Center

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

Preparing for the Future of Law, From this Summer to the Next Century

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson talks with UConn 360 about the Supreme Court, diversity in law and education, and how UConn Law is preparing for its next 100 years

Members of Voices of Freedom practice some gospel tunes during the group’s rehearsal in the Music Building

Voices Rising: UConn’s Gospel Choir Finds Celebration in Sound

Born from the Civil Rights Movement, the Voices of Freedom choir has been raising spirits at UConn and beyond for over five decades

teacher and child

$10 Million for National Early Childhood Intervention Personnel Development Equity Center Awarded to UConn

'At UConn inclusion and belonging is woven into everything we do'

The Peter Werth Residential Tower, where the Werth Institute is located.

‘It’s a Big Mountain to Climb’: Helping the American Workplace Include and Support Neurodivergent Workers

Judy Reilly, director of the Center for Neurodiversity and Employment Innovation at UConn, talks with UConn 360 about the changing nature of American work

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