Did you know that women are more likely to give to their favorite charities than men? Did you know they support education more than any other cause? Or that they are surpassing men in earning higher degrees and will hold more of the wealth in this country than ever before?Read Full Story
UConn Nation stepped up to the plate on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, leading to an increase in dollars and donors. With UConn’s schools and colleges—along with athletics—helping tell UConn’s story through email and social media, the special day that has become a nationwide call for generosity was a success.
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Gladis Kersaint, the new dean of the Neag School of Education, arrived at UConn in June and is spending her first winter in the Northeast. She’s a mathematics education scholar and most recently worked at the University of South Florida, where she was associate dean of academic affairs and research for the College of Education. Read Full Story
We couldn’t resist asking a few UConn friends what tickled their tummies over the holiday season, when Grammy’s recipes are pulled out of the cabinet and a fine sheen of powdered sugar seems to dust everything. Read Full Story
Students relaxed on chairs and couches in South residence hall one night in September and listened to Richard Robinson ’79 (CLAS) talk about his journey from his undergraduate days at UConn to becoming one of the first African-American state Supreme Court judges in Connecticut.Read Full Story