Philanthropist George Soros and UConn alumnus Gary Gladstein ’66 with his wife, Dr. Phyllis Gladstein, announced a $4 million gift to the UConn Human Rights Institute, the largest donation to the internationally renowned program. The gift, which requires the UConn Foundation to raise an additional $2 million in matching funds, would give the Institute a $6 […]
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. Lindsay Schine is about to gain statewide recognition as part of the UConn Foundation’s efforts to raise $150 million over the […]
Lab and conference room at the School of Pharmacy named for three donors who made gifts to support research and teaching Several longtime donors to the University of Connecticut are receiving a unique honor for their contributions to the School of Pharmacy. UConn’s Board of Trustees has unanimously approved the naming of two academic spaces […]
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 scholarships—that the Foundation raises for the benefit of the UConn student body.
Five-year plan will double money Foundation raises for scholarships and fellowships, ensure UConn attracts best and brightest STORRS—On Nov. 7, the Board of Directors of the UConn Foundation endorsed a five-year, $150 million fundraising initiative that will double the amount of financial support—including merit and need-based scholarships—that the Foundation raises for the benefit of the […]
Nearly 250 donors, student-athletes, coaches and administrators gathered inside Rome Ballroom in October for the UConn Athletics Annual Endowed Scholarship Dinner. Throughout the evening, which featured a social hour, dinner and speaking program, those in attendance heard about the importance of endowed scholarships on the lives of UConn’s student-athletes and the success of its programs.