Author: Rebala, Pranavi

Land-Use Internship

Watertown, CT is looking for a part-time land use intern. This is a paid position.

We could structure this as a summer internship with the opportunity to continue for the balance of the fiscal year (again depending upon approval of our budget request). The rate of pay is up to $15.75 per hour.

The intern will work 18 weeks at up to 20 hours per week (depending on individual circumstances). Funding might continue beyond this period, if approved.

Interested students should contact Mark Massoud, Director of Land Use and Building Services, at

Please note: Job and internship postings are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for one of these positions is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the job posting.



Virtual Green Days Panel, University of Iceland

This panel will showcase work being done in US cities by three graduates of UConn’s Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the intellectual frontier of Sustainable Transportation.  Featured speakers are Anaka Maher, Solutions Engineer at Optibus;  Steven Luglio, Transportation Engineer at Sam Schwartz;  and Lauren Romeo, Transportation Engineer at Arup.  All three speakers participated in the global experiential learning experience, Sustainable Amsterdam, in Summer 2018, with Professors Atkinson-Palombo and Garrick (Emeritus Professor of CEE).


CLAS Scholarships

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers an array of need-based and merit-based undergraduate student scholarships and graduate student fellowships. There is one standard application for most scholarships and the application will close on Sunday, February 26th.

Students can find more information about available scholarships and fellowships and apply by visiting

For more information, contact: CLAS at 860-486-2713

Spring 2023 and Winter 2022 Course Flyer – Revised

The attached flyer has been updated. Any cell colored light blue has no seats as of November 15th. Any cell colored light yellow has limited seating. If you are interested in any of these courses, please confirm seat availability in Peoplesoft since students may drop the class. This is only a guide.

If you have not already scheduled an appointment with your UCS faculty advisors, please be sure to do so to ensure that you have sufficient time to enroll in classes.

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Spring 2023 Course Flyer Revised 11.15