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Jason Sheldon


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Adriana Suria '24, a nutritional sciences major and participant in Bridging the Gap.

Opening Doors through the Bridging the Gap Research Program

Underrepresented students build research skills in food, nutrition, and health through an experiential summer program

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Reflecting on the Impact of Conservation Training Partnerships

While UConn’s unique Conservation Training Partnerships program has concluded its five-year run, the environmental projects it inspired and relationships it established continue to support Connecticut communities

Projecting Hope on a Global Scale

For CAHNR senior Iris Palencia, a spring break trip to Guatemala became a life-changing way to provide local families new homes

Ji-Young Lee

UConn Genetic and Mechanistic Metabolism Group Hosts Inaugural Cross-College Symposium

UConn GMMG was created to facilitate collaboration across the University and promote innovative research in areas like metabolic diseases, obesity, nano-delivery systems, and more

Alan Thacker Busby

Honoring Alan Thacker Busby: First Black Graduate, UConn Trailblazer

The University’s first Black student excelled in research, education, and service to his country

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Happy Trails on Horsebarn Hill

Take a ride along one of UConn's most iconic spots and learn some of its history at the same time

Close up of UConn Creamery's 1881 Reserve in gold packaging with image of Red Barn on label

Salty & Sweet: UConn Creamery Expands Production with New Line of Artisanal Cheeses

The UConn Creamery ramped up their cheese production with new flavors and old favorites

Two students from natural resources and the environment, Megan Coleman, left, who graduated recently, and Deanne Edwards, survey woodland at Beaver Brook State Park in Chaplin, in June 2018. All the trees without leaves are dead trees. (Tom Worthley/UConn Photo)

UConn Collaborates on Gypsy Moth Cleanup

'The scale and scope of tree mortality in eastern and central Connecticut is a potential public safety hazard,' says Tom Worthley of UConn Extension, who is helping municipalities address the issue.