“When I look back to when I was accepted at the University School of Medicine, it was one of the greatest days of my life,” said Dr. Lindsay Schine (’89 MD).
WNPR spots part of effort to double amount raised for scholarships over next five years. Jan. 27 – Serving as a physician for the VA Connecticut Healthcare System in West Haven since 1992, Dr.
Thanks to the Stamps Leadership Scholarship—which provides a gift match for donations and full financial support for extraordinary students—a co-valedictorian can study abroad, participate in rese…
When Peter Drotch ’64 was 18 his brother Paul Drotch ’57, a U.S. Marine Corps fighter pilot, died during a training exercise out of Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Lt.
The Board of Directors of the UConn Foundation endorsed a five-year, $150 million fundraising initiative last week that will double the amount of financial support—including merit and need-based sch…
Five-year plan will double money Foundation raises for scholarships and fellowships, ensure UConn attracts best and brightest STORRS—On Nov.
When Joseph DiPietro graduated from UConn in 1955, there were about 8,000 undergraduates in Storrs, then a very rural community with lots of rolling hills.
Early in the academic year, Robert Holster ’68, travels from his Florida home to UConn to listen to some students talk about their summer vacations.
For alumnus Christopher Lafond ’87, service to community goes hand-in-glove with philanthropy, and he demonstrates both through a new named scholarship fund for students studying at the Stamford…
Pat and Norman Bender got so much satisfaction from the first scholarship fund they established at UConn, they decided to set up a second one.