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UConn’s Jamelle Elliott: Where She is Now

There are times, says Jamelle Elliott ’96 (BUS), ’97 MA, when she sticks her head in to watch the UConn basketball players practice for a few minutes, because she misses the sweet echo of a bouncing basketball. Read Full Story

Meet the Newest Members of the UConn Alumni Family

The class of 2019 is the latest addition to the UConn Alumni pack, but many of these students have already felt the impact of UConn Nation.Read Full Story

Haley Dragoo Is on the Fast Train

The opening line of the LinkedIn profile for Haley Dragoo ’13 (CLAS) reads, “From unemployed to a feature in the NYT and a “60 Minutes” appearance in less than a year… wildly lucky.” Read Full Story

The Reapers and the Flowers

Mount Auburn Cemetery is not only the final resting place of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, it is a beautiful public park overseen by a UConn horticulture alum

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UCONN GIVES 2019: WHAT WILL YOU SUPPORT?

Do you want to show your Husky pride? Do you want to help current students flourish in the process? Look no further than UConn’s second annual giving day! Read Full Story

Jean Homere Found Lasting Friendships and Success at UConn

Jean Homere ’93 (ENG) has degrees in engineering, law, and business. He’s a member of the D.C. Bar and the U.S. Court of Appeals. But if you ask him to describe himself, he’ll say “average.” Read Full Story

Supporting Future Community Leaders

Cassandra Marrero ’15 (CLAS), ’18 MSW is making a difference for her community thanks in part to the support she received from the Julio Morales Jr. Fellowship endowment at the UConn School of Social Work.Read Full Story

Advocating for Equity in Global Public Health

Dr. Barbara J. Hatcher ’67 (NUR) has dedicated her career to improving health outcomes through nursing and public health leadership.