Assistant Professor Debanuj DasGupta wins Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Workshop Award. The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) is a £1.5 billion fund announced by the UK Government in late 2015 to support cutting-edge research that addresses the challenges faced by developing countries. Professor DasGupta will be collaborating with C0-PI Dr. Trude Sunberg at the […]
Please join us for a one day Conference: “Putting Humans in the AV Driver’s Seat” which will present intellectual leaders from across the United States and beyond whose work focuses on societal impacts of AVs. The event will culminate in an interactive Town Hall session moderated by WNPR’s Lucy Nalpathanchil, the host of “Where We […]
Dr. Atkinson-Palombo has been invited to speak at the Connected and Autonomous Vehicles 101 Education for Arizona Small Towns and Satellite Cities Seminar on March 14th 2019 at Arizona State University. Click here to see the program.
Dr. Atkinson-Palombo has received funding from UConn’s Scholarship Facilitation Fund to travel to Arizona in spring 2019 during her sabbatical leave to undertake research into the public’s perceptions of Autonomous Vehicles. Her study will focus on Waymo, a subsidiary of Google, which has been testing self-driving vehicles in Chandler, Arizona, since April 2017. During this […]
Congratulation to Ruiting Zhai for the publication of her article in Landscape Ecology, which is titled as “The transiogram as a graphic metric for characterizing the spatial patterns of landscapes“. Landscape Ecology is the flagship journal in ecological understanding of spatial heterogeneity. Ruiting’s progress is important, similar to the significant progress made by Weixing Zhang in detecting horizontal […]
Professor Cooke was recently quoted in a Hartford Courant Op-Ed piece. https://www.courant.com/opinion/editorials/hc-ed-migration-census-2017-story.html
Diane BenBella received the 2nd place award for the Student Paper Competition at the 2018 Applied Geography Conference in Kent, Ohio! Her paper was titled ‘Access to HIV Care and Addiction Treatment among Stigmatized Population of Opioid-Dependent People Living with HIV’. Congratulations Diane
Assistant Professor Debanuj DasGupta was selected to be a member of the Salzburg Global LGBT Forum. This comes with a scholarship from the German Federal Foreign Office in order to present his research and help form a transgender policy Taskforce for the South Asian region. More information on the Salzburg Global LGBT Forum can be […]