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Akshayaa Chittibabu ’19 (CLAS) looks to use her Truman scholarship for graduate work in dual medical and public health programs. (Bri Diaz/UConn Photo)

UConn Junior Wins Prestigious Truman Scholarship

The biological sciences and sociology major hopes to pursue a career influencing global public health care.

Senior chemical engineering student Derek Chhiv, right, discusses with Professor Anson Ma his group's prototype for an artificial kidney. The prototype was generated through 3-D printing. (Al Ferreira for UConn)

Rising to the Challenge: Students

A review of some student highlights over the past 12 months.

Fall 2014 Edition – UConn Magazine

Features Pioneering Paths to Healing – UConn doesn’t just claim to be on the cutting edge of improving health for citizens. The innovative careers and research pursuits of our faculty and alumni alike are living proof of how the University community is pushing the boundaries of the future of medicine. The Sounds of Innovation – […]

Molly Rockett ’15 (CLAS): Making Her Voice Heard

The target of bullies throughout her adolescence, Molly Rockett ’15 (CLAS) found a way to turn her feelings of powerlessness into a sense of purpose.

A Class of Championship Caliber

The Class of 2014 has been exceptional in a wide variety of ways in many different places.

Political science major Molly Rockett '15 (CLAS) has been awarded the Truman Scholarship for students who are dedicated to a career in public service. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

UConn Junior Awarded Prestigious Truman Scholarship

Molly Rockett ’15 (CLAS) has been awarded the Truman Scholarship for students dedicated to a career in public service.

A page from the reading copy of President Eisenhower's farewell address with hand-written editing notes. (Image courtesy of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum)

Using Bioinformatics to Trace a President’s Thoughts

A UConn alum has applied quantitative analysis to drafts of Eisenhower’s Farewell Address in search of insights into the writer’s creative process.

2013 Spring – Alumni News and Notes: 1970s

1970s Alan M. Ehrlich ’71 (CLAS) is the author of Plunket in Wonderland – A Hollywood Tale, a novel published in 2011 by Sunning Turtle Press. He was a story analyst in Hollywood for 30 years, primarily for Paramount and Orion Pictures, where he helped develop such box office hits as “Amadeus,” “The Truman Show,” […]

Portrait of Lucien Lafreniere.

Class of 2012: Lucien Lafreniere

Lucien Lafreniere '12 (CLAS) previously served four years in the U.S. Marines. Now he is completing another four-year journey, as an outstanding scholar at the Waterbury campus.

Honors Student Wins Fourth Major National Scholarship

Colin Carlson, CLAS ’12, won the Pearson Prize for his community service.


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