The largest single gift in UConn’s history is included in the historic $158 million total.
School of Nursing Dean Deborah Chyun’s commitment to supporting students through philanthropy is personal as well as professional.
Steve and Tina Romaniello didn’t attend UConn, but Steve, a Connecticut native, is a lifelong UConn basketball fan. Tina found his enthusiasm infectious and became a Huskies fan as well.
Alum’s Gift Supports UConn’s New Residential Wellness Community to Bolster Student Mental Health and Overall Wellbeing
Mental health is a growing concern among students at colleges and universities across the country, and UConn is no exception.
Gannon, who is the chief medical officer of Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals and a board-certified critical care pulmonologist with Nebraska Medicine, plans to leave a multi-million-dollar bequest to …
Calibe Simpson, a Jamaican immigrant who struggled with homelessness, got the surprise of her life at her high school graduation in Hartford last week.
So many Americans have been affected by cancer. Glen Greenberg is no different. His mother, Beatrice, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1986. His father, Sidney, developed T-Cell Lymphoma in 2005.
Dorothy Rossini Allen ’48 (CLAS) discovered a life-long passion for studying Spanish at UConn. She never lost her fascination with the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries.
When her father died, Susan Widem racked her brain to find a way to honor him and preserve his legacy.
When Kent Holsinger and Bill Cannon moved to Connecticut in 1986, they thought they would live here for maybe three or four years.