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Job Envy – May 2016

JOB ENVYKathleen Dudzinski ’89JOB ENVYKathleen Dudzinski ’89 Can't get enough? Read A dolphin tail of two Huskies by Cheryl Cranick, UConn Honors Program As founder and director of the Dolphin Communication Project, Kathleen Dudzinski ’89 (CLAS) has a job description that includes swimming with dolphins to record and study the tactile, behavioral, and acoustic signals [...]


UConn’s Alt Spring Break Phenomenon

Alternative Spring Breaks are a growing trend at UConn, and our campus ranks fourth in the nation for students who participate in the trips. Crystal Mastrangelo was one of 350 students who went on 16 Community Outreach trips this year that focused on such diverse topics as homelessness, HIV/AIDS awareness and advocacy, coastal environment preservation, rural poverty, urban poverty, civil rights, and public health.


When is the Media Going Too Far?

Field NotesWHEN IS THE MEDIA GOING TOO FAR?A journalism professor’s blog compares how students from UConn and across Europe view a number of ethical dilemmas. Field NotesWHEN IS THE MEDIA GOING TOO FAR?A journalism professor’s blog compares how students from UConn and across Europe view a number of ethical dilemmas. This past spring, Associate Professor [...]


Going, Going, Gone…

For every degree that global temperatures rise, more species will become extinct, says Mark Urban, a UConn professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. If current climate policies are not modified, warns Urban, rising global temperatures will threaten up to one in six species.