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  • UConn Grad Student Winner of 2nd Round U21/PwC Innovation Challenge
    Mac Montana from The University of Connecticut is the overall winner of the second round (B) of the U21/PwC Innovation Challenge competition. Universitas 21 and PwC, two globally-focused organisations, have come together to offer the Innovation Challenge. This unique partnership was formed to offer Masters and PhD students at U21 institutions access to global work […]
    Posted on January 14, 2019
  • UConn Professor Recognized for “Improving World Order”
    Dec. 4, 2018 The Human Rights Institute is delighted to announce that the work of three economic and social rights scholars, including Gladstein Committee Member and Professor Emeritus in Economics, Susan Randolph, have been jointly recognized for the 2019 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award. She, along with colleagues Sakiko Fukuda-Parr (NYU) and Terra Lawson-Remer (Stanford), […]
    Posted on December 6, 2018
  • UConn & Baden-Württemberg – One of Our Most Vital Relationships
    STORRS – UConn’s collaboration with the German State of Baden-Württemberg is one of the University’s most important global partnerships.  On Wednesday, September 5th, such sentiment was expressed by UConn’s Provost Craig Kennedy and key faculty members as they welcomed Ulrich Steinbach, Deputy Minister at the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, for a […]
    Posted on September 20, 2018


RSS UConn Today – #Global

  • Students Talk Climate at COP24 December 19, 2018
    Student bloggers who were part of UConn's delegation to the recent UN climate change summit in Poland discuss the personal impact of their experiences.
    Elaina Hancock
  • Senior Wins Prestigious Marshall Scholarship December 3, 2018
    Akshayaa Chittibabu '19 (CLAS) is one of 48 Marshall recipients nationwide this year, and the fifth UConn student to be so honored.
    Elizabeth Omara-Otunnu
  • Helping Victims of Genocide in Cambodia – 40 Years On November 28, 2018
    'We never talk about trauma after it's over,' says Mary Scully of Khmer Health Advocates. UConn researchers are working to improve the health of refugees who have survived trauma.
    Julie (Stagis) Bartucca '10 (BUS, CLAS)
  • Op-ed: Mexico Wants Internet for All. That Could Reduce Poverty November 26, 2018
    The roughly 50 million people who remain offline are also generally the country’s poorest residents, writes Jack J. Barry of UConn political science.
    Kristen Cole
  • Celebrating UConn’s Global Reach November 13, 2018
    UConn Worldfest fetes UConn's international student community, and promotes global engagement and learning across cultures.
    Kristen Cole
  • Snapshot: Dan Adler in Armenia October 26, 2018
    Anthropology professor Daniel Adler co-directed excavations at an archaeological site in Armenia that documents the earliest human occupation of the area, and may be more than 1 million years old.
    Elaina Hancock
  • MBA Student to Run New York Marathon for Children of Vietnam October 24, 2018
    Stamford MBA student Junau Boucard ’11 (BUS) was inspired to action by a School of Business field trip to Vietnam.
    Claire Hall



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