Disaster looms for indigenous Amazon tribes as COVID-19 cases multiply | June 12, 2020 National Geographic By Scott Wallace, Associate Professor of Journalism “With the Coronavirus spreading into remote territories across the Brazilian Amazon, indigenous leaders and rights officials are pleading with the government to adopt urgent measures to head off a catastrophe. According to […]
Weather Conditions and COVID-19 Transmission Estimates and Projections Main Article via Harvard University May 12, 2020 Ran Xu, Ph.D., an Assistant Professor in the Department of Allied Health Sciences, is part of an international team of researchers studying the impacts of weather on coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission. The team includes researchers from Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts […]
New Pandemic Journaling Project Captures People’s COVID-19 Experiences Main Article via UConn Today June 2, 2020 A new initiative at UConn enables people in the U.S. and around the world to document their own experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, for themselves and for the historical record. UConn faculty and students from across disciplines collaborated to […]
UConn Recognized As Top Producer of Fulbright Scholars Written by Mike Enright (’88), University Communications February 10, 2020 The University of Connecticut has been recognized among the top producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars from research institutions for the second time in the past four years. The University has six Fulbright Scholars on its faculty who […]
“Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations” opened at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center Wednesday evening.
2019 WORLDFEST GOES GREEN Written and filmed by Nicholas Hampton, Multimedia Project Specialist November 20, 2019 With 195 countries, the world can feel like a pretty big place and with over 30 thousand students, so can the University of Connecticut. Worldfest is a place where students, faculty, and local residents can make the world and […]
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.
Kenneth Fuchs, D.M.A., Professor of Music Composition at UConn’s School of Fine Arts continued his series of recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra from August 21-22, 2017 at Abbey Road Studies.
The Khmer Rouge reign in Cambodia began in 1975, when black-uniformed soldiers marched into the nation’s capital during the Cambodian New Year. Cathy J. Schlund-Vials, Professor of English and Asian and Asian American Studies Cathy J. Schlund-Vials explores the work of 1.5-generation Cambodian American artists and writers during the era of terror.
The Third Annual Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate (ADSD), held on November 12 -14, 2016 at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi was organized by Emirates Policy Center (EPC) under the patronage of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and in partnership with the Atlantic Council—a non-partisan think tank in Washington […]