University News

UConn Is Again a National Leader in Fulbright Scholars

The Fulbright Program is the government’s flagship international educational exchange program.

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UConn Board to Consider Tuition for 2021-22 Academic Year

The Financial Affairs Committee decided to consider the matter in March and make a recommendation to the full board afterward.

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UConn’s Impact is Statewide

Each and every one of Connecticut's 169 cities and towns has strong links to the state's flagship public university.

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UConn Partners with FutureLearn to Expand Digital Education Presence Globally

The University of Connecticut has partnered with FutureLearn, one of the world’s leading social learning platforms, to begin offering courses globally as massive open online courses.

In Memoriam: Phillip I. Blumberg, Former UConn School of Law Dean

Blumberg was a transformational leader, orchestrating the law school's move to its present campus and recruiting top faculty members.

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UConn Considers Cut to Planned Tuition Rate, Outlines Steps to Distribute New Student Aid

The decision comes in recognition of the pandemic-related financial constraints facing many of the University’s students and their families.

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UConn Grows in Stamford with New Data Science Incubator

UConn's Technology Incubation Program (TIP) is expanding to Stamford with a new location focused on data science startups.

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Jason Irizarry Named Interim Dean of the Neag School of Education

Jason Irizarry, a professor in the Neag School’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the associate dean for academic affairs, takes on the role of interim dean at the Neag School next month.

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UConn to Test Campus Emergency Systems on Tuesday

UConn will conduct its Spring 2021 emergency alert system test on Feb. 9.

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Re-Entry Testing Curbs 150+ COVID Cases from UConn Campuses

UConn’s re-entry testing strategies halted more than 150 positive cases – which often are asymptomatic in college-age students – from circulating and spreading on its campuses.