March is Women’s History Month, so to celebrate today we’re highlighting Debbie Sterling, founder and CEO of GoldieBlox!
UConn’s first integrative studies student bridges passion for art, engineering in research and life. Learn about Arpita Kurdekar, an integrated studies Ph.D. candidate in the School of Fine Arts, the Neag School of Education, and the School of Engineering at UConn.
Meet An Nguyen, a junior on the Stamford Campus majoring in Computer Science. Learn more about An’s role as President of the Google Developer Student Club and advice he has for students looking take on leadership roles!
Six UConn Stamford students are among the 20 Spectrum Scholars chosen by Spectrum for its newest class of scholars. The Scholarship, designed for underrepresented college students with financial need, grants each recipient with a $20,000 scholarship, a professional Spectrum mentor, and the opportunity for an internship at one of the company’s corporate campuses.
Learn about the experiences of doctoral alumni panelists Jillian Ives, Tanesia Beverly and Preeti Srinivasan, and the skills and advice they have for career success.
Enhancing Career Readiness: Doctoral Students at Work Featuring Eric Berg at the Humanities Institute
Are you interested in attending graduate school? Explore some of the work doctoral students do and gain advice for starting your journey.
Karus Sabio ’23 is a senior majoring in Political Science on the UConn Stamford campus. Throughout her four years at UConn, she has worked at Apple Inc. and has been involved on campus in various meaningful ways. Read on to learn more about Karus’ experiences and the advice she has for fellow students.
The month of November is Native American Heritage Month! To celebrate, today we are highlighting U.S. Representative Sharice Davids. Representative Davids is the first Native American woman elected to represent Kansas’s 3rd congressional district, the first openly LGBTQ+ person elected to the U.S. Congress, and one of the two first Native American women to be elected to Congress, winning the 2018 Congressional elections in Kansas and being inaugurated in January 2019.
The month of November is Native American Heritage Month! To celebrate, today we are highlighting poet, activist, musician, and teacher Joy Harjo. Joy Harjo is the first Native American to be named the U.S. Poet Laureate and has earned many awards for her poetry and music.
UConn students gained real-world experience and engaged in cutting-edge research through UConn’s Technology Innovation Program Innovation Fellowship Program.