Prof. Anna Mae Duane on receives DEI grant for her research project.
Ph.D. candidate Luisana Duarte Armendáriz discusses her recent award-winning book and how the need for representation guided her in creating these stories.
Alumna Holly Wonneberger ’14 (CLAS) discusses how she is using the experience of her English degree to succeed in practicing law.
Undergraduate students Madison Bigelow ’24 (CLAS) and Joanne Biju ’23 (CLAS) discuss their experience in the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts Research Experience (SHARE) Summer Apprenticeship.
Professor Emerita Marilyn Nelson has won the prestigious award from the Academy of American Poets.
Aetna Chair of Writing Brenda Brueggemann and alumni Jess Gallagher ’22 (CLAS) and Matt Iannantuoni ’22 (CLAS) discuss their research in the Mansfield Training School and its local significance, highlighting the history of disability visibility in the UConn community.
Professor Greg Semenza honors the Renaissance scholar who passed away earlier this year.
“I love the hunt,” says alum Rosemary Sullivan, a queen of compelling biography, whose latest tome tackles one of World War II’s most persistent and villainous mysteries.
In today’s article, the Daily Campus wrote about our new Writing Minor, which promotes an interdisciplinary awareness of composing practices, histories, and theories.
Luisana Duarte Armendáriz successful released her picturebook translation, Usha y La Gran Excavadora.