UConn’s future entrepreneurs had the unique opportunity to pitch their businesses to someone who knows what it takes to create a company from scratch: Peter J.
When Rita Matta heard the news, she cried for hours. The relief was that intense. Matta ’16 (ENG) had just been told she would be getting a scholarship from UConn alum Russ St.
Philanthropic Grants Boost UConn’s Research Partnerships with Industries By Grace Merritt and Jessica McBride Deep in the woods behind Horsebarn Hill, UConn has its own forest lab.
Linda Jo Stern ’77 (CAHNR) always keeps a picture of her father on her desk. He’s in a dark suit, wearing a polka dot bowtie – his signature fashion statement – and is pensive.
This Cyber Security Awareness Month, the University of Connecticut’s (UConn) School of Engineering and Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF) have announced the launch of Synchrony Financial’s Cen…
United Technologies Corp. unveiled Thursday two new initiatives Connecticut authorities hope will cement the company’s presence in the state through the use of brain power.
Stanley Black & Decker has donated $45,000 to the UConn School of Engineering’s BRIDGE program, which provides academic support to underrepresented students who plan to major in engineering.
John Krenicki Jr. ’84 and Donna Samson Krenicki ’84 met in the McMahon dorm where they both lived their junior year at UConn.
Vanessa DeJesus examined a human skull, slowly turning it over in her hands at the Connecticut Science Center on a recent November night.