A research symposium at which Collaborative faculty and student fellows will present their research conducted this year, will be held in the Student Union (SU) Auditorium on April 6th, from 10am to 5pm. Please feel free to distribute it as widely as possible and encourage your colleagues and students to attend
UCONN Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research on Women and Girls of Color Symposium
“Building Knowledge about Women and Girls of Color: Issues in the Environment, Public Health, and STEM”
Victor Zatsepine, Assistant Professor in History received a CLAS book fund award. Here are his thoughts on the award:
” CLAS book award allowed me not only to cover the partial cost of my book, Beyond the Amur: Frontier Encounters between China and Russia, 1850-1930 (Vancouver, UBC Press: 2017), but also to raise matching funds from other institutes and organizations. Publishing one’s own first book is an unpredictable process. First-time authors face the challenge of raising money in a tight and competitive environment. UConn’s Department of History and the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute timely alerted me about this funding opportunity. As a result of careful financial planning, the publisher produced high quality images, maps and index, making this book’s format appealing not only for specialists, but also for the general reader. I would highly recommend UConn tenure-track faculty to apply for this award, which, subject to successful outcome, is distributed directly to the publisher.” (Victor Zatsepine)
For more information and how to apply to the CLAS Book Support fund, please visit our page.