Portion of Hillside Road to Be Closed Starting Monday Through Early August
The closure is due to the extensive underground utility infrastructure work that has to be built in support of the construction of the new Northwest Science Quad in the area that was previously surface parking lots.
Anti-Black Racism Course Offered For Second-Straight Semester
The class has been popular with students, faculty, and staff members.
School of Nursing Ranks Among Top 15 Online Master’s Programs for 2021
U.S. News & World Report placed the School as tied for No. 14 in online nursing master's programs around the country, and it came in second among such programs in New England.
UConn Emphasizes Economic Inclusion in Mission of Ensuring Diversity and Equity
Supplier diversity is critical to UConn and the state of Connecticut and UConn has a demonstrated commitment to economic inclusion in contracting for goods and services.
UConn Legend Dee Rowe Passes Away at the Age of 91
Donald E. (Dee) Rowe, former head coach of UConn's men's basketball and UConn's iconic Athletics and Institutional Ambassador for the past 53 years, passed away early Sunday at his home in Storrs at the age of 91.
UConn Selected For Prestigious Program Serving Under-Resourced High Schools
High school students from some of the most disadvantaged districts in the United States will soon be able to take UConn classes as part of their curriculum.
UConn to Recognize Employee Achievements During Pandemic
The perseverance and innovation UConn's faculty and staff have shown during the pandemic will be recognized in a virtual ceremony in January.