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Exterior of the Weston A. Bousfield Psychology building. Graduate students in the field of clinical psychology at the University of Connecticut are able to receive scholarships, research opportunities and training through the Leslie Matlen and Christine Miller Andersen Fund. (Via pysch.uconn.edu)

Psychology Fund Helps Graduate Students Receive Trauma Training

Exterior of the Weston A. Bousfield Psychology building. Graduate students in the field of clinical psychology at the University of Connecticut are able to receive scholarships, research opportunities and training through the Leslie Matlen and Christine Miller Andersen Fund. (Via pysch.uconn.edu)
Exterior of the Weston A. Bousfield Psychology building. Graduate students in the field of clinical psychology at the University of Connecticut are able to receive scholarships, research opportunities and training through the Leslie Matlen and Christine Miller Andersen Fund. (Via pysch.uconn.edu)
This story, written by Rachel Philipson, appeared in the UConn Daily Campus on Oct. 17, 2017.Read Full Story

photo of Marilda Gándara '78 JD

Trustee Helps UConn Scholarship Drive for Women

photo of Marilda Gándara '78 JD
Marilda Gándara ’78 JD

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

Crowdfunding is New Way to Support UConn Programs

A leadership class offered to Pharmacy students, one of several Close to Home crowdfunding causes.
A leadership class offered to Pharmacy students, one of several Close to Home crowdfunding causes. (Credit: UConn Photo)

This year for the first time, UConn employees can create an online giving page to promote a UConn cause they are passionate about to their co-workers. This is a new initiative as part of the Close to Home Campaign.

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