University Professor Dr. Cato T. Laurencin was awarded the 106th annual Spingarn Medal, the highest honor of the NAACP.
The UConn we know today wouldn’t exist without Scott Brohinsky ’76 JD and the Next Generation Connecticut initiative.
Kate Copeland ’15 (MBA), UConn’s assistant director of University Events and Conference Services, was named 2021 Member of the Year by Meeting Professionals International (MPI).
A lot has happened since Geoffrey Sheehan ’84 (SFA) and Laura Sheehan ’85 (SFA) put on “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” with a $300 budget in Hartford’s Bushnell Park.
Ellen Quintana ’21 (NUR) just got a non-provisional patent for technology that reduces the disposable gloves that come out each time you try to pull one from the box.
What previous WBB greats have to say about Husky phenom Paige Bueckers.
Stewie is an SI Sportsperson of the Year!
The latest award for a Coach Penders is Hall of Fame level.
Multiple Neag School degree holder Miguel Cardona is the second UConn alum to hold a Cabinet-level position in the White House.
She wants women to run.
For the first time, a UConn student is named both a Truman and a Udall scholar.
Melissa McCaw ’14 MPA is one of the many alums that Governor Ned Lamont is tapping for top jobs in his administration
David Rosado ’93 (CLAS) ’07 JD is Hartford’s First Latino Police Chief
The former player and coach is back at UConn Athletics
Richard Robinson ’79 (CLAS) is the Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice
UConn Alum rocks “The Voice”
The new Commander of the U.S. Coast Guard
Goodbye Kia and Gabby
Can you name each of these WBB players past and present who celebrated with Geno and Chris ’99 M.Ed at Mohegan Sun Dec. 19?
UConn basketball legend Dee Rowe awarded the most prestigious award by the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Kudos Former women’s basketball star and current ESPN analyst Rebecca Lobo ’95 (CLAS) talks with ESPN’s Jay Bilas about being named to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The first UConn player to win the honor, she joins UConn coaches Geno Auriemma and Jim Calhoun. Lobo helped bring UConn its first national championship during the undefeated […]
Kudos Micki McElya a Pulitzer Finalist Associate History Professor Micki McElya’s book, The Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National Cemetery (Harvard University Press), was named a 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist for General Nonfiction. In its citation, the Pulitzer Prize committee called her work “a luminous investigation of how policies and practices at Arlington National […]