Heard Here: UConn 360

UConn 360 is a biweekly podcast series that aims to provide glimpses into the University of Connecticut from every conceivable angle: research, teaching, student life, history, athletics, and whatever else is unique and compelling. This series spotlights some of the best pieces drawn from more than a year of UConn 360’s existence, offering insightful, in-depth, and quirky (in a good way) coverage of Connecticut’s Top 25 public research university.

A microphone in the UConn recording studio.

UConn 360 Podcast Returns With New Episodes

English professor Victoria Ford Smith and golf coach Dave Pezzino were the first two guests on the relaunched podcast

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

Preparing for the Future of Law, From this Summer to the Next Century

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson talks with UConn 360 about the Supreme Court, diversity in law and education, and how UConn Law is preparing for its next 100 years

The Peter Werth Residential Tower, where the Werth Institute is located.

‘It’s a Big Mountain to Climb’: Helping the American Workplace Include and Support Neurodivergent Workers

Judy Reilly, director of the Center for Neurodiversity and Employment Innovation at UConn, talks with UConn 360 about the changing nature of American work

John Bell, director of the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry, turned a cardboard box into a toy theater during an online workshop that can be found at the Ballard website. (Photo courtesy Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry)

Puppets Seize Fairfield Way Today at Noon!

A world-famous puppeteering troupe will perform in the center of campus on April 20, ahead of a weekend production on the South Campus lawn

Social work assistant professor Nate Okpych speaks with a student

Q&A: College Success for Foster Youth

"Climbing a Broken Ladder: Contributors of College Success for Youth in Foster Care" author talks better support for foster youth

Stuart Rothenberg '77 Ph.D. during a 2011 visit to UConn.

Talking Politics with Roll Call Columnist Stu Rothenberg ’77 Ph.D.

The respected commentator surveys the current political scene in Washington.

woman in a blazer holding an ipad looks at the camera with a classroom behind her

Q&A: Supporting Your Child’s Well-Being During the Pandemic

'Don't sink the boat,' the importance of routine, and other advice for a turbulent time

man standing in gampel in front of trophy

A New Seat for PA Voice of the Huskies

John Tuite's booming voice is inseparable from UConn Huskies games, but this season has been a different story.

Two boxes ready to ship, featuring the Curated CT logo

UConn MBA Wants to Make It Easier to Shop Local

Donald Pendagast '20 MBA wants to make shopping local as easy as going online.

Musician Little Richard performs on the recording studio at a microphone and piano in circa 1959.

UConn Historian Considers the Legacy of Little Richard, Architect of Rock ‘n’ Roll

UConn historian Jeffrey Ogbar discusses the career and legacy of pioneering rock 'n' roll artist Little Richard.