Seeking Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Research
OVPR’s JEDI amplifies efforts to initiate social change.
Allied Health Major Lets Students Make a Difference Close to Home
Emelis Santos '24 is among a growing number of students choose allied health sciences at UConn Waterbury to give back to their communities
UConn Welcomes Outstanding New Class, Including Many First-Gen Students
The Class of 2026 will be the most diverse in UConn history
Law School Alum Pursues Passion for Aiding Immigrants
From the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic to a prestigious legal fellowship in New York City
Professor Laurencin Publishes Breakthrough Report on Rotator Cuff Regeneration Treatment
CT Convergence Institute for Translation in Regenerative Engineering researchers identify new way to regenerate muscle that could help repair the damaged shoulders of millions of people every year.
Finding Comfort at Home: New Website Logs Solutions to Everyday Problems for Disabled People and Their Caregivers
'If we only think of disabilities as this tragedy, we don’t also recognize that this is part of being a human being and this is part of how we make our world'
Pratt & Whitney Scholar Comes Into His Own at UConn
'I have the opportunity to be myself here at UConn, to be the person I always wanted to be'
Federal Court Cites UConn Law Professor on Key Immigration Case
2nd Circuit appeals court cites Jon Bauer's work in overturning a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals
For Popular Trail, There’s Light at the End – and the Beginning, and the Middle – of the Tunnel
UConn students' Service Learning project will help make the Hop River Trail safer for the thousands of bikers and pedestrians who use it