After nine months of Covid-19 quarantine and endless online meetings, Fumiko Hoeft has webinars on the brain.
A master of multiple fields, Dr. Cato T. Laurencin, holds UConn’s highest academic title: University Professor.
Have you been wanting to try a meditation practice but just haven’t known where to start? Greg Sazima ’90 MD might just be the guru for you.
“They have popped like crazy,” says literature professor Pam Bedore of the apocalyptic and dystopian books that are one of her specialties.
Sommer and her colleagues are using their teaching skills in the war against Covid-19 by bringing virtual arts to students.
“My clients restore my faith in humanity,” says Ellen Messali ’10 JD of her immigration work with New Haven Legal Assistance.
Saving a festival youth program in her hometown of Paraty, Brazil, made Pauline Batista ’16 MA a hero there.
As CEO of the Dollywood Foundation, Dotson has helped legend Dolly Parton realize and expand her vision of improving childhood literacy.
Where some poets turn ever inward, Marilyn (Waniek) Nelson turns outward, and there is compassion in every line she writes.
Peter Goggins ’21 (CAHNR) started his company with a school of goldfish and an aquarium purchased at Petco.
Professor Jessica Rubin worked with animal rights groups to pass and implement the groundbreaking 2016 Desmond’s Law.
“Sustainability is arguably the biggest challenge we face in the 21st century,” says Michael Willig.
For Richie Mutts ’06 (CLAS) the impulse to do good is as irresistible as an infectious melody.
The secret to happiness is revealed in the good works of these very good Huskies.
English professor Gina Barreca, dubbed the “feminist humor maven” by Ms. Magazine has kept us laughing through 10 books from “I Used to Be Snow White But I Drifted” to “If You Lean In, Will Men just Look Down Your Blouse?” Her latest, though, invites others to the party.