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UConn Foundation Achieves Third Consecutive Record-Breaking Year for Fundraising

Donors Give $115 Million to Support UConn Students, Researchers, Faculty, and Patients

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School of Business To Offer Advanced Business Graduate Certificate in Fast-Growing FinTech Field

The new offering, a 12-credit graduate certificate, is expected to appeal to mid-career managers and executives eager to expand their skills

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Board of Trustees Approves Construction of New South Campus Residence Hall

The new residence hall will have 657 beds, a dining hall of 500 seats, and is expected to open in Fall 2024

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UConn Honors Trailblazing, Championship-Winning Field Hockey Coaches

The names of Diane Wright and Nancy Stevens will adorn two prominent campus locations in recognition of their towering contributions to UConn and their sport

Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

The Single-Owner Standard and the Public-Private Choice

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How Will the Obesity Epidemic End? With Kids.

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Test-Optional Applications Pilot Shows Promise, Has Been Renewed for Three More Years

UConn is seeing increases in enrollment among students from first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented populations

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UConn Adopts Budgets for Fiscal Year 2023

UConn is entering fiscal year 2023 with budgets that increase institutionally funded financial aid for students and anticipate a largely normal post-pandemic academic year.

Senegal’s National Agency for Universal Health Coverage Visits UConn Health

The tour of UConn Health is part of a week-long visit of Senegal's delegation to Connecticut to learn more about America's health care delivery. “Your hospital is about concern for public health and research," said M. Mamadou Racine Senghor, the Secretary General of ANACMU, after touring the state's only public academic medical center.

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Dr. Cato T. Laurencin First from UConn Elected to the Academia Europaea

In addition to being honored by the Academia Europaea, six additional academies across the world have elected Laurencin: the European Academy of Sciences, the Senegalese Academy of Science and Technology, the Benin Academy of Science and Arts, the Indian Academy of Sciences, and the Royal Academy of Engineering.