Attribution: Malka Penn Award

Student musicians play their self-penned "Ode to Buckley" in the titular dining hall.

An ‘Ode to Buckley’: Music Students Pay Their Respects to Soon-to-Close Dining Hall

A tribute to a gathering spot that has been much more than just a place to eat

Alexandra Blas (right) mentors high school students through Natural Resources Conservation Academy's (NRCA) Difference Maker Mentors. (Contributed Photo)

CAHNR Senior Supports Community Environmental Projects Through Mentorship

Participating in the Difference Makers Mentor Program allowed senior Alexandra Blas to learn about environmentalism and her love of near-peer mentoring

Tara Ludlow Hurt standing in a filing room with boxes.

UConn Magazine: Paper Work

As the university archivist at Eastern Connecticut State University, Tara Ludlow Hurt ’94 (CLAS) does the dirty work of rescuing centuries-old documents for posterity

Drone of Young building and Horsebarn Hill

CAHNR’s Class of 2024

Students from across CAHNR share memories from their time at UConn and their plans for the future


Healthy Aging at UConn in Farmington

In Honor of Mom: Yoga Instructor Volunteering at UConn Health

National Volunteer Week runs through April 27

WILI Radio (Willimantic, Conn.)

Graham Stinnett of UConn Archives on 1974 Black Student Sit-In Exhibit

Dr. Katherine Coyner examines a patient's right leg

Keeping Women Healthy and Active

Introducing the Women’s Center for Motion and Performance at UConn Health

Hearst Connecticut Media

Climate Change Could Lead to Connecticut Coastal Bird’s Extinction By 2050, Experts Warn

Osman Dar speaks to audience at One Health conference

CAHNR One Health Initiatives Addressing Human, Animal, and Environmental Issues

From a unique, university-wide conference to new curricula and innovative research, CAHNR is leading efforts in One Health approaches at UConn