The University of Connecticut has long enjoyed an active research profile in logic. In 2008, the UConn Group in Philosophical and Mathematical Logic was founded as a trans-disciplinary grass-roots initiative between logicians in mathematics, philosophy, and linguistics.

The UConn Logic Group is now an active interdisciplinary research center, with well over thirty faculty and graduate student members from mathematics, philosophy, linguistics, psychology, and law.

Announcing the first annual Logic Group Workshop on Neologicism, April 26-27, 2014. This year's keynote speaker is Crispin Wright (NIP Aberdeen, NYU).

- The Logic of Scope March 28, 2014
- Approaches to randomness March 28, 2014
- Modal Logic, measure algebras, and ‘gunky’ space December 6, 2013
- The Sorites in Paraconsistent Mathematics November 15, 2013
- The modal logic of Reverse Mathematics November 1, 2013