Former Avery Point Director Jim Baird Dies
As director of the Avery Point campus from 1975 to 1996, Baird oversaw its evolution from modest beginnings to a thriving campus community.
Malloy Leads Bioscience Connecticut Groundbreaking
The first of the Bioscience Connecticut construction projects at the UConn Health Center is now under way.
Health Center-Jackson Lab Project Among Top 10 Business Deals of 2011
The annual list from Site Selection magazine salutes the best corporate facility projects in the world.
President Herbst Reaffirms UConn’s Commitment to Climate Action Plan
On Monday, President Susan Herbst, DEEP Commissioner Daniel Esty, and distinguished research professor Gene Likens participated in the signing of an expanded commitment to environmental action.
Dick Cooper, Former Marine Sciences & Technology Center Director, Dies
Richard “Dick” Cooper, professor emeritus of marine sciences, died suddenly at home on Jan. 28. Cooper played a key role in establishing UConn Avery Point as a Center of Excellence in Marine Research. His accomplishments were many and he touched many lives both professionally and personally, says Ivar Babb, director of the Northeast Underwater Research Technology and Education Center at the Avery Point campus. Cooper was the former director of the National Undersea Research Center at UConn, where he implemented research programs using underwater vehicles across New England, the Great Lakes, and in places around the world, including the rift […]
Second New Classroom Building Now Under Construction
The new East Building, next to Babbidge Library, is scheduled for completion by summer 2012.
Campus construction is under control. All roads will be open in time for the start of classes.
Plan Targets Carbon-Neutral Storrs Campus by 2050
UConn's Climate Action Plan outlines more than 200 strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Construction Begins on New Classroom Building
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Dec. 3 for the new 67,000 square-foot building.