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Darien resident Dan Toscano named chairman of UConn Board of Trustees

Toscano is managing director of global leveraged finance at Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc.

Norwalk startup puts the Moscow Mule in an Americanized can

To his surprise, Dean Mahoney has fielded inquiries from other countries to import 'Merican Mule.

UConn Stamford to offer coding boot camp for adults

Participants will receive a certificate in Full-Stack Web Development from the School of Engineering.

Thomas Katsouleas named new UConn president

“One of my highest priorities is to grow research at UConn,” said Katsouleas, currently executive vice president and provost of the University of Virginia.

Suite Talk: Bruce Carlson, past-president and CEO, Connecticut Technology Council

"The technology industry is going to continue to take Connecticut out of the economy doldrums that it’s been in," said Carlson.

REA Resource Recovery Systems and UConn join to create biodiesel from...

If they instead use the developing system to produce biodiesel, which can be used for electric power, the wastewater treatment industry can be taken off the grid completely.

State senator from county seeks auditor review of UConn

Sen. Michael McLachlan's move comes after UConn announced that a professor and his assistant violated travel and compensatory time policies that cost the university more than $100,000.

UConn Class of 2022 is school’s largest influx of freshmen

More than 4,000 of the freshmen enrolled at UConn are Connecticut residents hailing from 164 of the state’s 169 cities and towns.

Stamford YMCA sued for $35M after swimming mishap leaves student comatose

Zhaojie Yiang, then a student from China living in the U.S. on a student visa, has been transferred back to China, where he remains in a coma.

UConn offers accounting graduate certificate

The accounting department of UConn will soon begin offering a new advanced business certificate in accounting analytics.

Sen. Fasano blasts potential tuition increases at UConn

“For years, UConn’s spending on questionable priorities with little oversight has been out of control," said the Republican state senator.

UConn expanding student housing options in Stamford

Practically from the moment that UConn opened its first residence hall in his city last year, Stamford Mayor David Martin has been hoping to add more student housing. On Wednesday, June 6, he got his wish.

Susan Herbst to step down as UConn president

Susan Herbst, the first woman to serve as president of the University of Connecticut, announced that she will be leaving the job next year.

Kelp harvesting on the upswing in Connecticut’s waters

The global commercial seaweed market was $10.31 billion in 2015 and could reach $22.13 billion by 2024, according to one research firm.

UConn and CSCU sign amicus brief in DACA lawsuit

UConn President Susan Herbst said ending DACA meant the school "will lose the tuition revenue that these students contribute."