UConn Voices

UConn School of Law Associated Dean Karen DeMeola.

UConn School of Law Assistant Dean Karen DeMeola Confirmed as Judge

'Dean DeMeola has had a profound impact on UConn Law, the legal profession and the legal community in Connecticut and beyond'

UConn mechanical engineering students, from left, Leila Awad, Kaley Luk, Eddy Ramos and Patrick Miconi work on the prototype of their project for Senior Design Demonstration Day—an affordable, ADA-compliant, sustainably produced, easy-to-assemble accessibility ramp—in the Innovation Zone in the Peter J. Werth Residence Tower

UConn Engineering Seniors Building a Better Ramp

'Whenever I called up on a ramp, I’d say there’s a problem getting ramps. What I heard was, "yeah, ain’t there?"'

Andrea Li ’22 (BUS) and Nick Boston

CLAS Connections: Nick Boston and Andrea Li ’22 (BUS)

Five heartfelt minutes with Nick Boston, educational program administrator in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and his former student worker Andrea Li ’22 (BUS)

A burning candle isolated in darkness.

Genocide and Remembrance Are Topics at UConn Yom HaShoah Event

The April 18 event will bring together the testimony of a Holocaust survivor with the insights of scholars

Upcoming UConn graduate J. Wierski, a maritime studies major from UConn Avery Point, accepts a Rainbow Center graduation stole from Michael Vidal, director of diversity and inclusion initiatives, during the Rainbow Center's Lavender Graduation ceremony

Lavender Graduation Marks Students’ Accomplishments, Perseverance

'It’s like we’re being planted and over the years we’ve grown'

Romir Raj, this year's recipient of the Barry Goldwater scholarship

UConn Junior Romir Raj Named Goldwater Scholar

The Goldwater is the nation’s premier scholarship for undergraduates studying math, natural sciences, and engineering

Ryan Watson and Lisa Eaton

CLAS Connections: Lisa Eaton and Ryan Watson

Five heartfelt minutes with Professor Lisa Eaton and Associate Professor Ryan Watson of the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences

Dental students participating in special smiles at special olympics

Delta Dental Grant Helps Treat More Patients with Special Health Care Needs

UConn Health estimates it will be able to provide an additional 900 outpatient visits, 72 additional operating room procedures, and up to 300 more visits on weekend Special Care days

Katherine Jimenez (CLAS '24), a recipient of the Beinecke Scholarship, poses for a photo on campus

Katherine Jimenez Named UConn’s First Beinecke Scholar

The journalism and English major has already begun work on a novel based on her mother's experiences during the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua

Photo of Rianka Roy standing in front of the UN logo

UConn at the UN: One Graduate Student’s Journey as Delegate to a Prestigious Event

Rianka Roy's scholarship first brought her to UConn from India, and then to the United Nations as a delegate on behalf of Sociologists for Women in Society