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    Sikorsky Funds UConn Engineering Scholars

    Through a new initiative by longtime partners Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. and the University of Connecticut School of Engineering, Sikorsky will provide $67,000 in scholarships to selected UConn engineering students this fall.

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    Three Generations of Engineering at UConn

    Robert Valley Sr. began studying Engineering at UConn nearly 70 years ago; he has since been followed by his son, son-in-law and, now, his grandson

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    Grant Will Fund Study On The Genetics Of Addiction

    When it comes to diagnosing substance-related disorders, health care professionals are mostly limited to checking for behavioral and other clinical symptoms – crude tools for a complex condition. But a new study aims to find the genetic causes of those specific symptoms, which could lead to a more

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    UConn’s Formula SAE Race Car Has Its Best Year In Competition

    The UConn car competed against 120 teams from 9 countries at the Michigan International Speedway in Michigan last week

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