Irene Soteriou ’23 (CLAS), UConn’s 10th Truman Scholar, wants to stop human rights violations, particularly in the Middle East. She’s starting now.
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.”