Implications of the Holocaust German Travel Study Written by Nicholas Hampton, Multimedia Project Specialist March 5, 2020 The University of Connecticut School of Social Work is a national leader in graduate social work education. They are the first public university in Connecticut to offer a bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree in social work. Students can […]
“Nika Muhl stared at the email. Was this a prank? Or was this real? The subject line read, “Greetings from UConn”, and that was intriguing enough for Muhl, a 5-foot-10 point guard from the Croatian capital of Zagreb. But then she opened the correspondence, and it left Muhl and her parents stunned.”
In May 2017, Connecticut and the German state of Baden-Württemberg celebrated the 25th anniversary of their academic exchanges at the University of Heidelberg.
A UConn Economics and Human Rights double major took to fulfilling her semester abroad at the University of Amsterdam. What she didn’t know was that the journey that awaited her would lead to an astounding new understanding of culture, the world and herself.
Department Head for Personnel Development at Germany’s Heidelberg University Matthias Rolle-Weidemann visited UConn to understand the workings of a large, public American university. Along the way he met with students and faculty to realize the vital importance of committed people to sustain programs and global partnerships.
A transfer student from Manchester Community College realized that UConn’s Latin American Studies major would also provide him with the tools he needs for his future.
Studying the Effects of War Propaganda on Combatants in Serbia | 09/20/2013 UConn Today By Kenneth Best “Everywhere I went the effects of the war were apparent,” says Kiper, now a doctoral student in anthropology at UConn, who is focusing his dissertation on the effects of war propaganda on combatants of campaigns involving human rights […]
Universitas 21 Students Negotiate Through Human Rights Program | 07/22/2013 UConn Today By Kenneth Best Students from universities in Singapore, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States sat around a table in the ballroom of the Student Union last week in an animated discussion. At various points, heads shook, eyebrows were raised, and […]
Courtney Beyers, a nursing student at the University of Connecticut, has recently been awarded the Provost’s Award for Public Engagement at the university, reflecting her public service, much of which has come about through involvement with and inspiration from U21 activities. Read More
For UConn senior Alana Russell ’13 (CANR), wildlife conservation signifies for more than the subject matter that she reads about in class. The natural resources major spent her summer face-to-face with the devastating facts and figures confronting endangered wild animals – especially after she took on an unexpected role in the life of one baby rhino. Read More…