UConn policy practice Master of Social Work graduate, Amanda Brenner’s work on mental health policy, is an extremely personal mission — she’s hoping her lived experience can give others hope.
It’s no surprise that Courtney Luker ’22 (ENG) enjoyed Playmobil when she was a kid. Lots of children do. But not too many mention their devotion to this iconic, people-centric, role-playing, let’s-build-something-fun collection on their college applications. She did.
Adrienne Bruce is putting her pastime to the test this semester at Sogang University in Seoul, South Korea, on a Gilman Scholarship for undergraduate studies abroad from the U.S. State Department.
Sage Phillips ’22 (CLAS) is unearthing more of UConn’s origin story.
This extraordinary class of seniors (and near-seniors) had already weathered a number of major storms before the pandemic hit.
Batouly Camara ’19 (ED), ’20 MA: “My ultimate purpose is to create spaces for women to dream.”