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A Look Back at 2015: Building Our Future
A roundup of news from UConn Nation in 2015, the first in a three-part series.
New Road Opens for Storrs Campus
The new road connecting Route 44 to the Storrs Campus will provide access to Tech Park and reduce traffic congestion.
UConn Creates a Safe Path for Salamanders to Cross the Road
UConn environmental engineers, planners, and ecologists have made provisions for more than just vehicular traffic during construction of the North Hillside Road extension.
UConn Adopts New Four-Year Tuition Plan
The plan is designed to continue academic excellence and student success while helping address a budget shortfall.
Happy Holidays from All UConn Huskies at Heart
The Husky spirit is catching this year, as four-legged friends try to join in the cheer.
UConn to Consider New Four-Year Tuition Plan
A proposal that balances the need for increased revenue with accessibility and affordability will be recommended to trustees.
Agwunobi Named Executive Vice President for Health Affairs
Andrew Agwunobi, who has served on an interim basis for the past year, will be permanently appointed to the role effective Dec. 31.
UConn Announces Scholarships for New Haven Promise Students
UConn is committing $5,000 per year to each New Haven Promise scholar attending the University.
New Scholarship Program for Community College Transfers
Starting next fall, UConn will award $8,000 in scholarships over two years to qualified students transferring from a Connecticut community college.
The Value and Imperative of Embracing Diversity
President Herbst reflects on diversity at UConn, in light of current events in Paris and around the world, and a recent task force report.