Author: Grace Merritt

AFTER 45 YEARS IN CLASSROOM, PROFESSOR EMERITUS STILL SUPPORTS UCONN STUDENTS

You could listen for hours on end to Professor Emeritus Curt Beck tell stories in his soft German accent and gentle sense of humor about his early days at UConn.

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Michelle Dugan’s Scholarship Will Help Women Fulfill Dreams

Inspired by the mission of the UConn Women and Philanthropy initiative, Michelle Dugan decided to donate $50,000 to create an endowed scholarship. Read Full Story

photo of Michael Cantor '80, '83 JD, Frank Bergonzi '83, and Mark Vergnano '80

Tough Engineering Classes Forged These CEOs

photo of Michael Cantor '80, '83 JD, Frank Bergonzi '83, and Mark Vergnano '80
Michael Cantor ’80 (ENG), ’83 JD, Frank Bergonzi ’83 (ENG), and Mark Vergnano ’80 (ENG)
Was there something in the water in Castleman?

Joking aside, the School of Engineering’s main classroom building produced an unusual number of CEOs from chemical engineering in the early ’80s.Read Full Story