UConn Indoor Air Quality Initiative, Funded Through Cryptocurrency, Works to Protect Schools from Spread of COVID-19
COVID-19 cases may be falling, but the virus is still a very real concern for many parents sending their children back to school.
Growing up as a refugee in a small Texas town, the only Asian in her school, Khamla Vorasane says that she has dealt with Asian stereotypes her entire life.
Jim Stolzenbach ’76 (CLAS) is passionate about science and wants UConn students, particularly marginalized ones, to consider going into scientific fields. He also stands ready to help them.
Sherry Brown-Marfuggi met her late husband, Joseph Marfuggi ’63 (CLAS), at a party hosted by mutual friends. They struck up a conversation and found they had a lot in common.
Elizabeth Stassen is acutely aware of the college costs facing her parents.
When he’s not hiking in the Santa Ynez Mountains, Ben Curtis ’06 (CLAS) is surfing the waves of Rincon, near his home in Santa Barbara, California.
After devoting her career to nonprofit work and fundraising, Abigail O’Brien’s breast cancer diagnosis at age 35 gave her a renewed sense of purpose.
In honor of her grandmother, D’Ana Brooks recently established the Janey Brooks Nursing Scholarship to provide financial aid for students earning their Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP).
One winter night in the late ’70s, a single mother came into the Winsted pharmacy where Greg Susla was working to pick up a prescription for her baby.
Alex Rydel wanted to find a way to remember his late wife in a way that would reflect her generous spirit and passion for nursing and teaching.