Since 1999, UConn's FYE program has offered courses and services that foster student success, development, transition, and leadership. Through our course offerings, first and second year students at the University study and engage in exploration, learning, and research in small 19 seat seminar sections.
FYE course offerings are taught by instructors drawn from departments and colleges throughout the university system who are assisted by undergraduate peer mentors and graduate leaders, allowing our courses to become collaborative, community-based offerings for active and experiential learning.
Thursday, September 7th, 2017
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Storrs CampusRowe 420
Funding of up to $4000 per student is available through the UConn IDEA Grant program to support self-designed projects including artistic & creative endeavors, community service initiatives, entrepreneurial ventures & prototype development, research projects, and other innovative, student-driven projects.
Undergraduates in all majors at all UConn campuses can apply. Applications accepted from individuals and small groups.
Attend the information session to learn more about the UConn IDEA Grant program and how to apply!
This workshop is coordinated by the Office of Undergraduate Research. More Information: http://ugradresearch.uconn.edu/IDEA.
If you require an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Melissa Berkey at (860) 486-5189 or Melissa.email@example.com by August 31, 2017.
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Storrs CampusClass of '47 - Babbidge Library
Dr. Robert E. Meditz will present "The Dialectic of the Holy: Paul Tillich's Idea of Judaism within the History of Religion" for the Center for Judaic Studies Faculty Colloquium Series.
When renowned philosopher and theologian Paul Tillich came into conflict with the Nazi regime, he emigrated to the United States, eventually receiving an appointment at Harvard Divinity School. Tillich was an outspoken critic of anti-Semitism both before and after the Holocaust.
Dr. Meditz will discuss his recently published work and examine the way Paul Tillich's positive theology of Judaism contrasted sharply with the many complex, negative ways in which Judaism was portrayed in Western thought.
If you require an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Aaron Rosman at 860-486-2271 by September 6, 2017.
Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
Storrs CampusDodd 162
Human Rights Institute Co-Sponsored Lunchtime Seminar/Workshop with Mimi Sheller, director of the Center for Mobilities Research at Drexel University
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. Room 162 Thomas J. Dodd Center Storrs Campus
**Lunch will be provided
To request reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities and for any other questions regarding this event, please contact Lyndsay Nalbandian at Lyndsay.Nalbandian@uconn.edu.