The UConn Board of Trustees approved the award of tenure and/or promotion to 72 individuals across UConn. Among them, Drs. Nathan Alder, Barbara Mellone and Spencer Nyholm were promoted to professor. Please join us in congratulating them!
The 2021 Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF) Awards were announced. 14 out of the 56 undergraduate SURF Award recipients for Summer 2021 are MCB students. These UConn students were selected from an exceptionally strong group of applicants representing diverse areas of academic inquiry. These students are: Michelle Antony ’23 (Molecular and Cell Biology, CLAS) Project […]
Raising the Odds Against Viral Infection – Learning how viruses slip into cells, with an eye toward making it harder for them. UConn Today, April 23, 2021, Kim Krieger, UConn Communications See Article
The Judith A. and David C. Kelly Summer MCB Research Fellowship program will support three rising senior MCB majors in their research activities in an MCB Faculty laboratory during the summer of 2021. These three fellowships, funded jointly by the Kellys and MCB, in the amount of $8,000 each, are intended to support students with […]
MCB is proud to announce the recipients of the 2021 graduate and undergraduate student summer fellowships. These distinguished fellowships are made possible by some very generous donors and are offered on a competitive basis to the most highly qualified students. Please join us in congratulating them on their accomplishments and demonstrated academic promise. Claire M. […]
Dr. Carolyn Teschke was recently selected as a Fulbright Scholar, and plans to visit the University of York during the Spring of 2022. She joins our other Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Michael Lynes, who was re-selected for the current year after the pandemic prevented his going to the University of Bergen last year. Dr. Teschke plans […]
The Goldwater Scholarship is considered the nation’s premier scholarship for undergraduates studying math, natural sciences, and engineering. The students are: Katherine Lee ‘22 (CLAS) of Monroe, and Seema Patel ’22 (CLAS) of North Haven. The UConn winners are among just 410 students selected nationally for the award. See story in UConn Today