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  • Cover image of Speak Truth to Power: Human Rights Defenders Who Are Defending Our World, by Kerry Kennedy and Eddie Adams, showing a hooded figure wearing a noose.

    Speak Truth to Power
    Jorgensen: April 9, 2015, 5 p.m.

    Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, will deliver this year's Sackler Distinguished Lecture. Free admission.

  • James Jelkin stars as Private Dick Jack Stone in 'Band of the Black Hand,' devised by Split Knuckle Theatre, onstage in Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s Studio Theatre March 26-April 4. (Gerry Goodstein for UConn)

    The Band of the Black Hand
    Studio Theatre: Through April 4, 2015

    The Connecticut Repertory Theatre explores the world of film noir, in a show that incorporates Indonesian shadow puppetry and jazz music.

  • Mary Cassatt (American, 1855-1926), Woman with her Child, 1889/1890. Pastel on beige paper. The Louise Crombie Beach Memorial Fund. (William Benton Museum of Art)

    Five Centuries of the Benton’s Best
    Benton Museum: Ongoing

    The ongoing exhibition of works from the permanent collection, 'From Old Master to Revolutionaries,' includes some of the Benton Museum's best.

  • Visiting Storrs
    Year-round

    Book a campus tour and make the Lodewick Visitors Center your first stop.

  • Strategic Initiatives

  • Student in lab

    Next Generation Connecticut

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

  • Students in clinical lab

    Bioscience Connecticut

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

  • Clean energy generator

    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.

  • Student studying

    eCampus: Online Learning

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