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Virtual Hangout with TSA!

Come hang out and talk with members of Transfer Student Association! Wednesday, October 21st 6pm-7pm Open to all students including transfer and campus change! Zoom link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/77744256243?pwd=VjF4WHI1QWJnY0xhL2R4OUJsemN6dz09 Meeting ID: 7774425 6243 Passcode: tsa Email cassandra.apuzzo@uconn.edu with questions!

2020 CT Collegiate Virtual 5K

Share your school pride! Welcome to the inaugural Connecticut Collegiate 5K where 20 universities and colleges from across the Nutmeg State will come together to have a first of its kind event. Flash your favorite school colors in this virtual run/walk to promote healthy activity, engagement, and have some socially distanced fun! Current students, alumni, […]

Neurodiversity Fall Discussion Series

An opportunity for students to learn more about neurodiversity and how they can harness their own unique strengths for success. The series is hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and is part of an NSF-funded initiative called the INCLUDE program.

Brink Designs Accessible Voting

Brink, a nonpartisan and non-profit organization, have designed a fully-accessible app available for both iOS and Android that serves as a voting guide, removing some of the barriers of voting for individuals with disabilities to fully exercise their constitutional rights as citizens and have their votes counted. Visit the Brink Election Guide website for additional […]

CAREERS & the disABLED Virtual Career Fair

CAREERS & the disABLED magazine is holding its next Virtual Career Fair this Wednesday, 9/23/20, from 10 am to 3 pm. est. They’ll be able to meet virtually with recruiters at major companies and government agencies nationwide looking to hire people with disabilities, including veterans, at this online career fair.

McNair Scholars Application

Apply for the McNair Scholars Program! SEEKING HIGHLY MOTIVATED STEM MAJORS WHO ARE PREPARING FOR DOCTORAL STUDIES Applications due October 14, 2020 at 12pm The McNair Scholars Program is open to first-generation, low-income students or those from populations underrepresented in STEM who are seeking to pursue a Ph.D. Scholars benefit from research, faculty mentorship, funding for […]