Alumni connections are among the most enduring benefits of your UConn education.
Your degree from the Department of English forever connects you with a powerful personal and professional network of fellow Huskies. Find out how to keep in touch with the Department and stay connected to UConn Nation.
Meet Our Alumni
We’d like to congratulate Robert D. Kaplan ’73, who has recently published his latest book, Adriatic: A Concert of Civilizations at the End of the Modern Age, with Penguin Random House. Furthermore, we are honored that Kaplan graciously dedicated his work to two of his UConn professors: David Leeming and the late Charles Boer. You […][Read More]
by Emily Graham, ’22 (CLAS) Freshly graduated from UConn, Sophia Gabriel ‘21 (CLAS) sat down with Emily Graham to discuss post-graduation life, having a job during a pandemic, and how an English major is what got her to today. After she graduated from UConn Storrs with a double major in English and American Studies, […][Read More]
UConn English alumna Crystal Maldonado ’10 (CLAS) recently had her debut novel, Fat Chance, Charlie Vega, featured in the NPR segment, Books We Love. The novel is available in bookstores now. Congrats, Crystal![Read More]
More Resources for Alumni
UConn Alumni Events
Whether you’re in Connecticut or across the globe, UConn provides a variety of opportunities to network and socialize with fellow Huskies. Check out all alumni events on the UConn Alumni calendar.
Give to the Department
By making a gift to the Department of English, you can help us support student success and innovation. You can direct your gift to an area that is most meaningful to you. Learn how to give to areas of priority in the Department.
Contact the CLAS Office of Alumni Relations
Have questions about how to get involved at UConn? Contact the director of alumni relations for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Share Your Experience
No matter where you live in UConn Nation, sharing your personal stories and accomplishments can inspire current students to find their own path.
Learn How to Share Your Experience