October 04, 2021 | Kerry Carnahan, Global Partnerships Graduate Assistant On Wednesday, September 22, 2021, UConn Global Affairs and the German Consulate General Boston co-presented the lunchtime discussion “Confronting History: The Legacy of Alexander von Humboldt’s Encounter with the Americas in the Twenty First Century.” Discussants were German historian of knowledge Dr. Sandra Rebok, author […]
August 20, 2021 | United Nations Academic Impact Blog | Fahad Khadim, Graduate Research Assistant in Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Laurel Pehmoeller, Multimedia Specialist, Global Partnerships & Outreach “The question of how science, research, and study address challenges, pinpoint innovative solutions and reach people in need, is an issue of concern for […]
May 19, 2021 | UConn Abrahamic Programs (https://abrahamicprograms.uconn.edu) serves as an innovative academic umbrella that fosters cross-border research collaboration, intercultural communication, and community engagement to explore emerging trends and issues of critical importance in the Middle East and North Africa.
March 29, 2021 | As part of the successful partnership between Connecticut and the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany, the University of Connecticut and the German Consulate in Boston welcomed members of EnBW North America for a virtual presentation on renewable energy entitled “Made in Germany”.
March 25, 2021 | Should We Block the Sun? Scientists Say the Time Has Come to Study It. New York Times Article by Christopher Flavelle.
March 18, 2021 | A Call for Submissions: We are excited to share with you this upcoming opportunity to feature your innovation at the virtual United Nations Science, Technology & Innovation (STI) Forum 2021. Apply now for the opportunity to showcase at the virtual UN stage on May 4-5, 2021.
March 9, 2021 | UConn Today Article by Anna Zarra Aldrich ’20 (CLAS), Office of the Vice President for Research: “UConn researchers and collaborators at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology developed a theoretical model that will expediate the development of affordable fuel cells, a key technology for sustainable energy.”
February 25, 2021 | Hear the Special Interview “Pandemic Journaling Project” on BeFM > Morning Wave in Busan
February 24, 2021 | Understanding feelings of sadness and grief caused by the pandemic is an ongoing struggle for many of us. After almost a year of “pandemic life,” everything feels very different than it was in the “before time.”
September 2, 2020 | The Conversation | By Prakash Kashwan, Associate Professor of Political Science | The United States is having a long-overdue national reckoning with racism. From criminal justice to pro sports to pop culture, Americans increasingly are recognizing how racist ideas have influenced virtually every sphere of life in this country.