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  • Student Engineers Monitoring System for Bridges

    Student Engineers Monitoring System for Bridges

    Kevin McMullen received a $40,000 grant from the UConn School of Engineering in partnership with Connecticut Innovations. to help him enter the marketplace with his bridge safety device.
  • Ticking Biological Clock: Migratory Birds Arriving Late to Breeding Grounds

    Ticking Biological Clock: Migratory Birds Arriving Late to Breeding Grounds

    A growing shift in the onset of spring has left nine of 48 species of songbirds studied unable to reach their northern breeding grounds at the calendar marks critical for producing the next generation of fledglings, according to a new paper in Nature Scientific Reports.
  • The Veins in Your Brain Don’t All Act the Same

    The Veins in Your Brain Don’t All Act the Same

    UConn researchers, including undergraduate students, have discovered that the blood vessels in one part of the brain act differently than elsewhere in the body, in order to keep us breathing.
  • Engineers Bury Time Capsule

    Engineers Bury Time Capsule

    A time capsule encasing examples of technology from the past was buried on the grounds of the new Engineering and Science Building, to be opened 100 years from now.

Featured Events

  • CRT-Noises-Off

    Noises Off
    June 15–June 25

    Perhaps the funniest comedy ever written, Noises Off, is a madcap hilarious farce. Prepare yourself for nonstop laughs with this award-winning comic masterpiece!

  • UConn Summer Session 2017

    Make Plans Your for Summer at UConn or 2017 Summer Session – Register Today
    May 8–Aug. 26, 2017

    Registration begins Wednesday, March 22, 2017. UConn Summer offers hundreds of undergraduate and graduate classes to current, newly accepted, and visiting students. Take a course online or in person at one of our five campuses. Register Today!

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    Objectifying Myself: Works by Women Artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
    March 23–July 30, 2017

    Objectifying Myself explores work by women artists, created between 1968-2005, which serve, to some degree, as self-portraits.

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    Work It: Women Artists, Ellen Emmet Rand, and the Business of Seeing
    March 23–July 30, 2017

    Work It features paintings by Ellen Emmet Rand and other women artists in the first half of the 20th century and explores how they fought for opportunities, paid their bills, and found ways to have their art and creativity seen and taken seriously.

  • Strategic Initiatives

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    Next Generation Connecticut

    Expanding educational opportunities, research and innovation in the science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines at UConn.

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    Online Programs

    Extending the high academic standards and rich intellectual resources of UConn’s schools and colleges.

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    Economic Development

    Building on past strengths within the University and opening doors to new ones—product design and improvement, additive manufacturing, biosciences, cyber security and more.

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    Bioscience Connecticut

    Reinventing the Connecticut economy by harnessing the impressive research resources across our state.