UConn Nation is everywhere—and we're changing the world through alumni achievements and the power of philanthropy. Here's how alumni, donors, fans, and friends are strengthening UConn and making headlines.
On Friday, October 7, UConn recognized four faculty members for their integrity, accomplishments, and commitment to their students. The UConn Faculty Excellent Awards, awarded by the UConn Foundation Office of Alumni Relations, is a nomination-based recognition award that acknowledges the dedicated members of the UConn family.Read Full Story
UConn trustee Marilda Gándara ’78 JD is helping to launch a new group called Women and Philanthropy that will be dedicated to fundraising, mentoring, and advocating for female students at UConn.Read Full Story
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 Center of Excellence in Cybersecurity (The Center) at UConn. Read Full Story
Gayle Russell ’88 MBA, ’95 Ph.D of East Hartford discovered her love of learning when she came to UConn to earn her MBA in finance. She later returned to earn her doctorate and then taught as a finance professor in the United Arab Emirates.Read Full Story
What is it like to witness a dream come true? We wanted to capture that moment—the second a life changes. The moment a promising high school senior finds out she earned a full scholarship to UConn.Read Full Story
Hard work and perseverance has paid off for Dr. Jeff Rosow ’80 DMD. Rosow recently retired after a 36-year career in dentistry, but he doesn’t forget where it all began: at UConn’s School of Dental Medicine.Read Full Story
UConn alumnus and chiropractor Dr. Norman Eng, DC ’99 (BUS) is thrilled to be a part of Team USA Track and Field as he accompanies them to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
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Lisa Cropper ’85 (ED) just returned from playing in the World Cup on the U.S. Masters Field Hockey team in Australia. Her team brought home the bronze medal, a first for any U.S. Masters team, male or female. Read Full Story