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UConn president aims for a return to almost-normal on campus

"We don't know what fall sports will look like," said Katsouleas.

Google updates policy to prevent discrimination in housing, job and credit...

Google's action comes in the aftermath of a federal lawsuit aimed at Facebook's advertising policies.

Connecticut colleges and universities to begin reopening on May 20

A plan for a phased reopening of colleges and universities was unveiled by Gov. Ned Lamont today, as the state’s death toll topped 2,700 but hospitalizations again declined.

UConn claims to generate $5.3B in economic activity

The Storrs campus had the greatest economic impact by contributing $2.7 billion to state output.

UConn receives $3M for ecology and evolutionary biology research

“This is completely unprecedented,” said Eric Schultz, professor in ecology and evolutionary biology.

UConn approves five-year, 23.3% tuition hike

UConn stressed the annual increases were significantly lower than the 2015 plan that raised in-state tuition by $950 for the 2019-20 semester.

UConn proposes $3,200 tuition hike over five years

Tuition and fees are used to finance approximately 41 percent of UConn’s annual operating budget, while the state funds 26 percent.

UConn debuts tuition-free program for low-income Connecticut residents

UConn’s tuition is $13,798 at the in-state level for the current academic year.

Stamford doctor, husband await sentencing for prescription fraud

The scheme by Kwasi and Kakra Gyambibi resulted in more than $1.5 million in losses to several health care programs.

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.

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.

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.

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.