Innovatively Measuring Corporate Religious Equity & Inclusion

If finding a company to work for that values equity and inclusion is important to you, you have likely spent some time online searching for “most diverse companies” or “companies that value DE&I.” Throughout your searches, you have probably stumbled …

By Lisa Famularo
Lisa Famularo Assistant Director, Equity and Inclusion | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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First Gen ERGs

There are a number of Employee Resource Groups available to students in the First Gen Affinity Community. Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-led coalitions comprised of employees who share common interests, backgrounds, and/or demographic factors. While the operations of such …

By Maggie Cummings
Maggie Cummings Career Consulting and Services Intern
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UConn Faculty Appointed to New State Hate Crimes Advisory Council

Two UConn professors have been appointed to the newly-formed Connecticut Hate Crimes Advisory Council by Governor Ned Lamont, while both the co-chairs of the council are UConn Law graduates.

The council, which has 25 total members, will be responsible for …

By Mike Enright
Mike Enright Media Services Associate
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Deeply Rooted: How Asian American Farmers Shaped U.S. Agriculture

They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were seeds. — Dinos Christianopoulos

Minari is shattering records for Asian and Asian-American representation with a SAG Awards win, 6 Oscar nominations, and 6 BAFTA nominations—winning one Oscar and one BAFTA for …

By Tam Le
Tam Le Writer
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9 Jobs You Can Get With an Art History Degree (and the Skills You Can Take to Any Role)

An art history major is ostensibly about the study of fine art, sculpture, architecture, painting, decoration, and other forms of artistic expression throughout history. But it’s actually so much more than that. “The magical thing about art history is how …

By Katherine J. Igoe - The Muse
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