Author Archives: Jolynne Judge

Raytheon Technologies Scholarship Opportunities

Did you know employers often offer scholarship opportunities for select student groups?

Raytheon Technologies is an aerospace and defense company that provides advanced systems and services for commercial, military and government customers worldwide. The company was formed in 2020 through …

By Dana Ziter
Dana Ziter AD of Student & Faculty Engagement
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It’s a Match for 100+ Doctors-to-Be in UConn Medical School’s 50th Graduating Class

When it comes to Match Day, the exhilaration experienced by students at the UConn School of Medicine is – well, unmatched.

An annual tradition at medical schools around the country in which students are connected with residency programs where they’ll spend …

By Lauren Woods
Lauren Woods
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Using Handshake to Search for Biology Internships/Jobs

Handshake is UConn’s online recruiting system where you can search for jobs and internships. As a biology major, Handshake has many opportunities just for you regardless of whether you are looking for opportunities in healthcare, research, teaching, or another field. …

By Katerine Pais
Katerine Pais Academic Advisor
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New Law on Hairstyles Makes It Easier for Connecticut Workers to be Authentic

Connecticut Joins Eight States in Fighting ‘Natural Hair’ Discrimination

Several UConn alums say that from late childhood on, they experienced pressure to straighten or cut their hair to conform to a culture that values hair styles typically associated with white …

By Clarie Hall
Clarie Hall
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Miguel Cardona Named 1st UConn Grad to Serve as U.S. Secretary of Education

President Joe Biden’s nominee for U.S. Secretary of Education, Neag School alumnus and Connecticut’s Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona ’01 MA, ’04 6th Year, ’11 Ed.D., ’12 ELP, was officially confirmed on March 1, 2021, by the U.S. Senate. Cardona was …

By Shawn Kornegay
Shawn Kornegay
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What Does a Clinical Audiologist Do?

Audiologists are important healthcare providers who make a significant difference in the health and quality of life for the millions of people who experience hearing and balance difficulties because they evaluate, treat, and manage these conditions as part of the …

By Thomas Hinchey, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA,CH-AP, Certified by the American Board of Audiology
Thomas Hinchey, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA,CH-AP, Certified by the American Board of Audiology Audiologist/Assisstant Clinical Professor
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UConn Graduate Is Part of the Chicago Political Scene

Chicago’s 39th Ward sits on the northern edge of the city and is home to plenty of small businesses, ethnic restaurants, and two universities.

Its current alderman is not a homegrown product of the Windy City, but a UConn graduate – Samantha …

By Mike Enright
Mike Enright
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UConn Student Building ‘No Bad Days’ Lifestyle Brand

UConn junior Jack Tarca ’22 (BUS) was looking to do something positive last April as the COVID-19 pandemic began to take over the lives and minds of people throughout the world.

With that thought, and the entrepreneurial spirit he has …

By Mike Enright
Mike Enright
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Business School Professor Success Story – David Bergman

UConn School of Business professor David Bergman won $2.5 million this week in a fantasy football competition by using some of the data analytics knowledge and techniques he teaches students. “I’m just shocked by the whole thing, but it’s very …

By Claire Hall
Claire Hall Professional Staff
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A Passion To Care

Taking the first step in the path of becoming a registered nurse (RN) is not an easy one. There are so many possibilities and ways to become an RN that it can be confusing to choose how to start. In …

By Joseph Bustamante
Joseph Bustamante
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