UConn Voices

UConn-Trained Future Doctors Meet Their Match

This is the day UConn School of Medicine students find out where their journey will take them next

Views of campus with foggy weather. (Tom Rettig/UConn Photo)

The ‘Front Door’ to the University, New Outreach and Engagement Initiatives Launch with Ambitious Goals

'When we combine community with the University and reach out in ways that meaningfully engage them, that’s where authentic relationships are created'

polka tattoo style artwork that depicts Marvi Sirmed being censored

UConn and Scholars at Risk: A Life-Saving Partnership, A Transformative Educational Experience

A journalist and activist, Marvi Sirmed faces threats of violence in her home country of Pakistan, but has found safety and academic freedom through UConn’s unique and longstanding partnership with the Scholars at Risk Network

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CAHNR Celebrates Students, Donors at Annual Scholars Night Event

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources celebrated student scholars and the donors who supported their studies at an annual event

Handmade shadow puppets of Esther and King Ahasuerus were designed for UConn's production of "Wayang Esther: A Contemporary Retelling of the Book of Esther," which will be performed March 12 and 13 at the Mandell Jewish Community Center in West Hartford.

Celebrating Purim with a Spiel That Shows Off What Happens in the Shadows

A production in West Hartford draws on artistic traditions from around the globe to celebrate the Jewish holiday

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UConn 4-H: Making Magic Happen at the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo

Dedicated volunteer Linda Tomas shares the wonders of nature with hundreds of youth through the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo 4-H Club

An African-American teacher, a mature woman in her 40s, sitting in front of her class of elementary school students, 6 and 7 years old, reading a book. She has asked a question and most of the children are raising their hands. They are in first grade or second grade.

UConn Researchers Explore Role of the Black Female Principal in Schools

The challenges of the past two years have increased the demands of the job in ways both public and personal

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Proposed Center for Food Innovation Seeks Community Input

UConn is exploring the creation of a Center for Agriculture and Food Innovation to help businesses in this diverse sector

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CAHNR Alum Tsa Shelton, a “One Health” Success Story

In her role at the USDA, Shelton ensures quality, wholesome meat reaches consumers around the world

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UConn Magazine: The Secret Life of Dexter Gabriel — aka P. Djèlí Clark

In which the separate worlds of a sci-fi novelist and a history professor collide.