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.
The RCC’s resources, including a scholarship for students in recovery, create a safe and supportive community for those who need it.
In five short years, the BOLD Leadership Network at UConn already has helped 46 women students develop into dynamic leaders and launch impactful careers.
The UConn Board of Trustees Wednesday renamed the Human Rights Institute the Gladstein Family Human Rights Institute to honor the legacy and support of alumnus Gary Gladstein and his family…
For the tenth straight year, UConn Ignite is helping students raise money for the University groups and causes that matter to them.
Louise “Weezie” LaBelle ’71 MA was the kind of high school teacher who would go out of her way to help students, providing support, guidance, and even, sometimes, food and clothes.
Sophomore Kaila Lujambio plans to attend an academic dental conference in Europe and take a service trip to provide dental care in an underserved country next year.
Years ago, the former UConn School of Law dean said something at an event that planted a seed in Sheridan Moore’s mind.“He said, ‘Think about it.