Graduate Assistantships Overview

What is a Graduate Assistantship?

An assistantship is awarded to a graduate student who provides teaching (teaching assistantship: TA) or research (research assistantship: RA) support to the University that is a part of their academic program. In recognition of this support, tuition is waived by the University and subsidized health insurance is offered. Graduate Assistants (GAs) are responsible for paying their student fees at the negotiated GA rate.

What is the Eligibility Criteria to be a GA?

To be appointed, to retain an appointment, or to be reappointed, a student must hold Regular (not Provisional) status, must maintain a cumulative average of at least B (3.00) in any course work taken, must be eligible to register (i.e., must not have more than three viable grades of Incomplete on their academic record), must be enrolled in a graduate degree program scheduled to extend through the entire period of the appointment or reappointment, and must be a full-time student.

In order to perform duties with direct instructional responsibilities, a graduate student appointed as a Teaching Assistant will need to provide proof of English proficiency. UConn’s English Proficiency Policy for TAs and Testing Procedures details information about how to provide proof of proficiency.

What is the Appointment Length and Hours Per Week?

Effort devoted to the duties of a graduate assistantship typically range between 10 and 20 hours per week (also sometimes called a “half GA” and “full GA” respectively). Appointments ordinarily are made for the nine-month period, August 23 through May 22, but may be of shorter duration for a variety of reasons.

What Benefits Do GAs Receive?

The Human Resources website has an extensive compilation of information on graduate assistant benefits, payroll, and policies, including detailed information about health insurance benefits. If employed in an assistantship that falls under the Graduate Employee Union (GEU), additional benefits may be described in the GEU contract and on our GA Onboarding page. Please note, GAs employed solely at UConn Health do not fall under the GEU.

Do GAs Receive a Tuition Waiver?

A graduate assistantship provides the student with a tuition waiver for the duration of the appointment in the fall and spring semesters. There is no tuition waiver for summer or winter intersession courses. GAs are still required to pay student fees. When graduate fee bills are calculated by the Office of the Bursar, the tuition waiver will automatically populate to the GA’s fee bill once two items are in place:  an active payroll authorization input by the hiring department and enrollment for the semester in at least six credits.

What are the Stipend Rates?

Stipend rates for graduate assistants are graduated in terms of progress toward the advanced degree and experience.

  • Level B/I: for graduate assistants with at least the baccalaureate.
  • Level M/II: for experienced graduate assistants in a doctoral program with at least the master’s degree or its equivalent in the field of graduate study. Equivalency consists of thirty graduate level credits beyond the baccalaureate degree, together with admission to a doctoral program.
  • Level P/III: for students with experience as graduate assistants who have at least the master’s degree or its equivalent and who have passed the doctoral general examination.

Specific stipend rates may be found on Payroll’s website and will be included in the GA offer letter.

Are GAs Required to Do Any Additional Trainings?

As part of their employee role, GAs are required to participate in these mandatory trainings. There may be additional trainings or orientations required or recommended depending on the specific GA duties.

What is a Supplemental Description of Duties?

In addition to an offer letter for a graduate assistantship, the hiring department must also provide GAs with a Supplemental Description of Duties (SDD) form for each semester they are appointed. This form summarizes the specific duties a GA is expected to perform and may include, among other things, the assigned course, lab, research project, or position; the faculty member to whom the GA will report; course meeting times and location; the maximum number of students for which the GA will be responsible per class, section, lab, etc.; and the work location. The Supplemental Description of Duties must be signed by both the GA’s supervisor and the GA. The Supplemental Description of Duties form may be issued separately from the assistantship offer letter.

Can GAs Hold Additional Employment?

Graduate Assistants seeking on-campus employment or wishing to hold an internship in addition to a full-time (20 hour) GA appointment during the semester must complete the online Supplemental Employment Approval form, which requires their advisor’s approval and is submitted to The Graduate School for final approval. International students on UConn-sponsored visas are not able to work above 20 hours per week during the semester.

Job Offer Acceptance Etiquette

When accepting a job offer feel free to ask clarifying questions. If you feel that you are not being given enough time to make your decision, ask if additional time might be granted. Supervisors are encouraged to give candidates up to a week to accept an offer but sometimes this may not be possible. 

Once accepting an offer and if resigning from a different graduate assistant position, it is recommended that you immediately notify the department of your resignation. This is especially important when departments are already counting on you to teach courses or labs. They would rather know immediately and be able to initiate a hiring process to fill open positions, ensuring that course offerings remain available, etc.  

What Next?

If you are applying to UConn, there is a place within the application where you can indicate that you wish to be considered for a graduate assistantship.

If you have accepted an assistantship offer, please visit our GA Onboarding page. This webpage will orient GAs employed at Storrs and regional campuses who fall under the Graduate Employees Union (GEU) and provide information, resources, and to-do items specific to your role as a GA to help you successfully transition into your assistantship.

Current Opportunities

Are you an academic or non-academic department that would like to advertise a GA position here? If so, please send your job description to gradschool@uconn.edu to be posted. Additional guidance for non-academic units can be found on our Appointing a GA in a Non-Academic Unit page.

Marketing and Communications Graduate Assistant

Department

Center for Career Development

Graduate Assistant Job Title

Marketing and Communications Graduate Assistant

Campus Location

202 Wilbur Cross Building (WCB), Storrs Campus

Duration of the position

August 2024 – May 2025 with the potential to renew

Hours

20 hours per week, in-person

Name and title of individual providing supervision

Evan McMunn, Publicity and Marketing Administrator

Three (3) primary Career Readiness Competencies Associated with the role
Communication
Teamwork
Technology

Position Summary

The Marketing and Communications Graduate Assistant will directly contribute to the brand awareness strategy of the Center for Career Development. This will be accomplished through various communication channels including but not limited to, email, blogs, social media, and video. The Marketing and Communication Graduate Assistant will also work to further the Career Everywhere movement by assisting in the recruitment of and outreach to Career Champions, who include faculty, staff, employers, and alumni.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Content scheduling – assists Publicity and Marketing Administrator in building out content schedules in coordination with Career Center’s short and long-term goals.
  • Event promotion - markets Career Center events to targeted student populations via email, social media, student organization collaborations, department collaborations, and other UConn communication channels such as Daily Digest and Soapbox.
  • Career Center Development Awareness - Increases awareness of the programs and services offered by the Center via email campaigns, social media posts, original video content, and blog posts.
  • Email Marketing Analysis - Analyzes email communications sent through the Handshake platform and uses the data to inform best practices for future email communication.
  • Social Media Research - Analyzes past social media content to determine what is driving engagement and make recommendations on what content should be increased or decreased. Researches emerging platforms and makes recommendations on joining and posting on additional networks.
  • Website analysis – Audits the Career Center website and reviews peer websites to recommend enhancements and modifications to the website.
  • Blogging - Creates blog posts promoting a combination of Career Center events, resources, and services. Assists in the review and scheduling of all blogs submitted by professional staff, student staff, and guest bloggers. Interviews Career Champions about how they infuse career readiness into their work with students. Uses the interview transcripts to write blog posts and social media content
  • Career Everywhere newsletter - Assists in the creation of content for the monthly Career Everywhere newsletter based on the objectives of senior leadership and the Career Everywhere Committee.
  • Collaborates with the Career Everywhere Committee on projects and administrative tasks related to Career Everywhere and the Career Champion program.
  • Assists the Publicity and Marketing Administrator with overseeing, training, and mentoring a team of undergraduate Marketing Interns.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Documented experience in a Marketing or Communications role. This can include experience as an undergraduate student.
  • Excellent storytelling, written, and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to provide clear, concise feedback.
  • Ability to work on tight timelines and shift priorities as needed.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere.
  • Experience with a website Content Management System such as WordPress.

Education and Prior Experience Requirements
Pursuing master’s degree or doctoral degree at the University of Connecticut

Application Steps and Materials

Please submit all application materials by email to evan.mcmunn@uconn.edu with the Subject Line: Marketing GA Application. Please include the following application materials:

  1. Résumé
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Contact information for three (3) professional references
  4. Writing Sample. This can include but is not limited to a blog post, newspaper article, social media posts for a club or organization

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with final submission deadline for consideration: May 24, 2024. Interviews will scheduled on a rolling basis.

Compensation and Benefits Statement

Compensation & Benefits: Stipend consistent with UConn Graduate Employee Union (GEU) rates and successful candidate’s level of education. Stipend rates can be found here. See the GEU contract for other generous benefits provided, including paid time off, tuition remission, and subsidized health insurance through the Connecticut Partnership Plan.

The University of Connecticut is an AA/EEO employer.

Questions may be directed to: Evan McMunn, evan.mcmunn@uconn.edu

Graduate Assistant, Center for Fraternity and Sorority Development

Job Summary: The Graduate Assistant assists in the development and implementation of services and programs that support the day-to-day coordination of the fraternity and sorority community. This position includes advisement, educational initiatives, program planning, and other duties congruent with fulfilling the mission and vision of the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Development (CFSD). This is a two-year assistantship pending a satisfactory performance after the first year.

Duties and Responsibilities: The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Development (CFSD) and Student Activities are committed to preparing Graduate Assistants for careers in Student Affairs. The duties of this position aligned the duties of this position with the Core Competencies for the fraternity/sorority advising profession as developed by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA):

  1. Governance
    1. Advise/co-advise assigned governing council(s), and attend meetings and events, as appropriate.
    2. Coach organizations on issues such as academic achievement, chapter operations, officer transition, community relations, programming, risk management, and policy compliance.
  2. Fraternity/Sorority Systems and Student Learning:
    1. Assist in the development and facilitation of educational initiatives to support fraternity and sorority student development.
    2. Develop and update educational program module(s) in Husky CT for new members of fraternities and sororities.
  3. Program Administration:
    1. Provide supervisory support for CFSD Student Staff (will assume supervision of one council president in second semester of position)
    2. Plan and implement Homecoming and Community Building activities.
  4. Collaborating with Stakeholders:
    1. Communicate with inter/national headquarters staff and alumni advisors, as needed.
    2. Serve on a department workgroup and/or University committee and establish relationships with university departments and external partners.
    3. Develop programs and initiatives to engage Alumni with the UConn fraternity and sorority community.

Additionally, the Graduate Assistant will need to attend staff meetings, meet regularly with supervisor, participate in and support department programs, and complete other duties as assigned. The Graduate Assistant is typically not expected to work during university breaks but will need to be available prior at least three weeks prior to the start of the Fall semester and one week prior to the start of the Spring semester. The anticipated start date for this position is August 5, 2024.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Acceptance into a UConn Master’s program
b. Effective written/verbal communication skills and ability to competently use Microsoft Office
c. Highly effective organizational and event planning skills
d. Availability to work many nights and weekends

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
a. Experience with program/event planning, advising students, presenting, facilitating and/or teaching
b. Interest in advising student organizations (specifically, fraternities and sororities) in a future student affairs position
c. Demonstrated leadership as a member of a social Greek-lettered organization

Click this link to access the application for the position.

Graduate Writing Support Coordinator

Full GA (20 hour/week)

This person leads our efforts to support graduate writers across the university. Specific duties include organizing workshops and writing retreats; representing the Writing Center to the UConn graduate community; doing individualized tutoring/coaching; participating in weekly administrative team meetings; and serving as a core member of the center’s administrative team. Must have a commitment to teaching academic writing, working with multilingual writers, and engaging in interdisciplinary work. Experience with writing centers or peer learning programs preferred. Includes opportunities for doing research and for gaining experience in academic program leadership.

For full consideration, submit application by April 12, 2024 to writingcenter@uconn.edu

If you have questions, please email writingcenter@uconn.edu.

Programming GA – 2024-2025

Brief description of the non-academic unit: The Center for Career Development’s mission is to deliver comprehensive, innovative, and inclusive programs and services for all students. We cultivate connections to campus and community partners promoting opportunities for students to become contributing members of the state, national and world communities.

Campus location(s) of non-academic unit: 202, Wilbur Cross Building, Storrs, CT

Graduate Assistant Job Title: Programming Graduate Assistant

Position Summary: Support in the coordination of the Center’s career-readiness programs including the development, planning, implementation, and hosting of annual events, special events (in-person and virtual) and various programming initiatives.

 

Duration of the position:

  • Summer Appointment: Ability to begin training and planning in June/July (flexible start date within these months)
  • Academic-Year Appointment: August 2024 – May 2025; with the potential to renew.

Hours:

  • 20 hours per week, in-person, some late-night shifts required.

 

Work location: 202, Wilbur Cross Building, Storrs, CT

Name and title of individual providing supervision: Amelinda Rossitto, Senior Associate Director

 

Three (3) Primary Career Readiness Competencies Associated with this Role Include:

  • Communication
  • Technology
  • Leadership

 

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Support in the coordination of the Center’s career-readiness programs including the development, planning, implementation, and hosting of annual and special events (in-person and virtual).
  • Develop and deliver customized training for the Center’s student interns, graduate assistants, and professional staff (in-person and virtual).
  • Facilitate tailored programs and workshops and represent the Center at tabling events.
  • Assist with the data collection and management for all programs.
  • Benchmark and compile research regarding career-readiness programming and curriculum.
  • Update and develop presentations using PowerPoint and Canva and write leader’s notes for the Center’s presentations.
  • Support all programming scheduling operations including the Center’s Calendar of Events, Webinar Calendar of Events, Affinity Community programming, Internship, Research & Co-op Month, and Résumé Writing Assignment.
  • Create video scripts for the Center’s learner videos for uconn.edu and record voiceovers for videos with Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Work with the Center’s DE&I Committee to design, plan, and execute DE&I-focused career events and programs, particularly related to the communities represented by the Center’s Affinity Communities.
  • Look for ways to incorporate a DE&I lens into existing Center for Career Development programming and provide suggestions to relevant staff members.
  • Use a critical eye to ensure all Center for Career Development events and programs are accessible to all UConn students and avoid using exclusive/inaccessible language, technology, or other resources.
  • Develop content for blogs for career.uconn.edu.
  • May be trained to provide one-on-one coaching to students on résumés.
  • May supervise student interns.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Written and oral communication skills, public speaking, organization, and data management
  • Comfortable interacting with undergraduate and graduate students from a range of academic fields of study
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects independently
  • Proficiency in PowerPoint, Word, and Excel, Canva, Zoom, Google Suite
  • Ability and desire to learn and understand various technologies utilized in career development

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Proficiency in Blackboard learning management system
  • Proficiency in Articulate 360 authoring tool

 

Education and Prior Experience Requirements:

  • Pursuing master’s degree or doctoral degree at the University of Connecticut

 

Application Steps & Materials

Please submit all application materials by email to Amelinda.rossitto@uconn.edu with the Subject line: Programming GA Application

Include the following materials

  1. Résumé
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Contact information for (3) professional references

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with final submission deadline for consideration: April 20, 2024. Interviews will begin the week of April 15th.

 

Compensation and Benefits Statement

Compensation & Benefits: Stipend consistent with UConn Graduate Employee Union (GEU) rates and successful candidate’s level of education. Stipend rates can be found here. See the GEU contract for other generous benefits provided, including paid time off, tuition remission, and subsidized health insurance through the Connecticut Partnership Plan.

 

The University of Connecticut is an AA/EEO employer.

 

Questions may be directed to: Amelinda Rossitto, Amelinda.rossitto@Uconn.edu

Leadership Office Graduate Assistant

Job Description:

The Legacy Leadership Experience (LLE) Graduate Assistantship (GA) entails coordinating the Leadership Legacy Experience, a comprehensive year-long leadership program. The primary responsibilities include overseeing the selection process, managing marketing and recruitment efforts, planning retreats, organizing experiential trips, arranging for leadership speaker series, and collaborating with mentors and campus partners. Additionally, the role involves hosting bi-weekly meetings, organizing special on and off-campus events, and managing administrative tasks. The Graduate Assistant will also play a pivotal role in designing curriculum and providing guidance to 12 student leaders through various educational opportunities as well as serving as the administrative lead on Cohen Student Leadership Scholarship not limited to marketing, promotion, and website as well as nomination materials.

General Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the Leadership Legacy Experience program, including marketing, recruitment, participant selection, experiential learning trips, workshops, retreats, banquets, and other related activities.
  • Serve as an administer the Cohen Student Leadership Scholarship, including marketing, promotion, interview coordination, participant selection, and planning leadership retreats and scholarship receptions.
  • Collaborate with the supervisor to review and enhance the leadership development curriculum through workshops, speaker series, and individual or small group meetings. Cofacilitate biweekly legacy meetings.
  • Engage Legacy mentors and organize events for community building among mentees and mentors both on and off campus.
  • Provide guidance and mentorship to 12 student leaders, offering feedback and educational opportunities to enhance their leadership and facilitation skills.
  • Communicate effectively with program participants, staff, and stakeholders such as donors, mentors, and alumni to ensure program success.
  • Monitor the program budget, track expenses, and report to the Director of Leadership and Organizational Development as necessary.
  • Provide administrative support for program activities, including scheduling, recordkeeping, data entry, and managing speaker/outside contracts.
  • Coordinate the annual Legacy Banquet and Leadership Retreat.
  • Fulfill other duties as required, including office projects, managing shared inboxes, and participating in departmental committees.

This position reports directly to Trisha Hawthorne-Noble, Director for Leadership and Organizational Development / Associate Director for Student Activities.

To Apply:

Applications for consideration closes on April 15th, 2024. To be considered, please submit a resume, three professional references, and letter of interest  to Trisha.Hawthorne@Uconn.edu.

Candidates interested should note that summer employment is strongly encouraged for appropriate onboarding to be successful in their Fall 2024 role. Transition and onboarding training will also be scheduled in May 2024.

Leadership Office Graduate Assistant (Four Arrows program)

Job Description:

The Leadership Office Graduate Assistant will play a vital role in supporting the programs and services offered through Leadership and Organizational Development. This position involves coordinating various initiatives, including the Leadership Certificate Series, assisting in the development and execution of the Four Arrows programming, and participating in scholarship or department committees.

Brief Description:

This Graduate Assistant experience offers direct responsibilities and active involvement in program development, delivery, and support within the Leadership and Organizational Development department. Under the supervision of a designated administrator, the Graduate Assistant will provide instruction, programmatic support, and administrative assistance to students. They will also supervise and develop student employees, facilitate sessions, contribute significantly to the Four Arrows program, and function as an integral part of the Leadership and Organizational Development team.

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all aspects of the multi workshop Leadership Certificate Series, including recruitment/application, curriculum review and delivery, undergraduate student facilitator training and coaching, scheduling, and assessment.
  • Assist with the program development of Four Arrows programs, leading specific program development tasks, workshop selection, activity planning, facilitator selection, and preparation.
  • Support the development and delivery of customized training opportunities for students and student organizations, such as Strengths Quest, MBTI, leadership definition, values and ethical decision making, etc.
  • Collaborate with academic and nonacademic units across campus to develop and deliver educational programs for various campus constituents.
  • Assist in developing and maintaining organizational development, leadership, and other resource materials.
  • Participate in and support office and department programs as necessary, including Four Arrows, SOLID, and other workshops, and trainings.
  • Assist in monitoring shared Leadership and Organizational Development inboxes, ensuring timely and appropriate dissemination of information.
  • Serve on various department committees and provide information and support to other committees as required.

This position reports directly to Trisha Hawthorne-Noble, Director for Leadership and Organizational Development / Associate Director for Student Activities.

To Apply:

Applications for consideration closes on April 15th, 2024. To be considered, please submit a resume, three professional references, and letter of interest to Trisha.Hawthorne@Uconn.edu.

Select candidate should note that summer employment is strongly encouraged for appropriate onboarding to be successful in their Fall 2024 role. Transition and onboarding training will also be scheduled in May 2024.

 

 

 

The Graduate School – GA for Communication + Media

Brief description of the non-academic unit:

The Graduate School is the home for graduate and postdoctoral education at the University of Connecticut. The University offers graduate degree programs in virtually every field of instruction and confers more than 2,200 graduate degrees and certificates every year. The Graduate School nurtures a vibrant community of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, fosters collaboration across departments, programs, and campuses in research and teaching, and facilitates the preparation of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars for their future careers. The vision for training of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars at UConn rests on these pillars: community, collaboration, and preparation. The Graduate School serves as a central resource for applicants to graduate programs, for current graduate students, and for postdoctoral scholars. In addition to supporting graduate students’ academic relationship with the University, The Graduate School seeks to build an active, engaged community of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.

 

Campus location(s) of non-academic unit:

The Whetton Graduate School, Storrs Campus

 

Graduate Assistant Job Title:

Graduate Assistantship for Communication and Media

 

Position Summary:

This GA will report directly to the Director of Programming and Diversity Recruitment and will support Graduate School communications and marketing, development of our online orientation and beyond orientation programs, as well as website design and updates.

 

Duration of the position: One year (renewable)

 

Hours: This assistantship is a 20 hour per week, 9-month appointment to begin in August; evening or weekend hours may be required. Employment may also be available during the summer. This appointment is for one year with the potential for renewal. Renewal is typically subject to satisfactory performance, department needs, and continued availability of funds.

 

Work location: Whetton Graduate School, Storrs Campus

 

Name and title of individual providing supervision: Stuart Duncan, Director of Programming and Diversity Recruitment

 

Three (3) Primary Career Readiness Competencies Associated with this Role Include:

Critical Thinking Equity & Inclusion Communication

 

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Maintain and support development of The Graduate School’s multi-stage orientation build in Slate
  • Manage marketing, develop social media campaigns, and create content prior to a series of events (events include, but are not limited to, Orientation, Graduate Student Appreciation Week, Post Doc Appreciation Week, monthly Graduate Gathering events, and graduate fellows events)
  • Develop content for and provide leadership to The Graduate School’s online presence via social media, including, but not limited to, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
  • Support, maintain, and update communication lists and work with The Graduate School staff to post information to various campus communities via Soapbox, the Daily Digest, listservs,
  • Assist in updating, organizing, and improving The Graduate School website
    • Maintain awareness and utilize data analytics to inform the design of the website, as well as to discover areas of interest for our communities
    • Provide technical and creative support in developing web content, possibly including videos, podcasts, and interactive training modules
    • Ensure all material is current and links are active
    • Create content for our website, social media, and orientation including writing, photography, and video production
    • Develop and maintain content on our website, including announcement posts, graduate student and postdoctoral scholars’ profiles/testimonials, and information on events, competitions, and orientations
  • Co-develop marketing materials for graduate recruitment through applications such as InDesign and Publisher
  • Identify newsworthy stories to highlight the scholarship of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars
  • Attend Graduate School events and provide photos, videos and written content
  • Attend staff meetings and retreats of The Graduate School and the Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Affairs team
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Experience in web content management and coordination of professional communication
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, strong organizational skills, the ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Ability to work and communicate effectively with diverse populations and as a team
  • Ability to maintain high standards regarding accuracy and attention to detail

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to use or learn how to use Aurora/Word Press, social media platforms, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite and other new software
  • Experience designing marketing and recruiting materials and experience using social media platforms

 

Education and Prior Experience Requirements:

 

Application Steps & Materials

Please submit all application materials by email to Stuart.Duncan@UConn.edu with the Subject line: Graduate Assistantship for Communication and Media

 

Include the following materials

  1. cover letter
  2. resume/CV
  3. names and contact information for two references

 

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with priority given for applications submitted by May 1, 2024 and a final submission deadline for consideration by May 30, 2024.

 

Compensation and Benefits Statement

Compensation & Benefits: Stipend consistent with UConn Graduate Employee Union (GEU) rates and successful candidate’s level of education. Stipend rates can be found here. See the GEU contract for other generous benefits provided, including paid time off, tuition remission, and subsidized health insurance through the Connecticut Partnership Plan.

 

The University of Connecticut is an AA/EEO employer.

 

Questions may be directed to: Dr. Stuart Paul Duncan, stuart.duncan@uconn.edu