The Brain Imaging Center at the University of Connecticut is currently conducting research regarding a family brain study. The study is called Intergenerational Neuroimaging of Language and Reading Networks, Dennis Wu, the research coordinator at the Brain Imaging Center, said.
STEM fields are undoubtedly important both in and out of the sphere of UConn, and this article does well to describe this importance. It also speaks to the history of STEM and the growth of the field over our country’s lifetime. Most importantly, the article encourages STEM students, not just by sharing their impressive job statistics (with greater than 90 percent of STEM majors finding jobs within the state after graduation), but by telling personal success stories of students past and present that have gone through UConn’s “STEM pipeline”.