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Jason Sheldon

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Managing Roadside Forests One Video at a Time

UConn PhD student Durga Joshi is commercializing technology to better manage trees and the damage they can cause during extreme storms

Robbie Eselby waters a plant in a greenhouse.

Robert Eselby: A Blooming Summer in the UConn Greenhouses

Following a lifelong passion for plants and gardening, Robbie Eselby ’25 (CAHNR) had a fulfilling summer caring for the plants and soils in the greenhouses at the Storrs campus

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New Home for Historic UConn Citrus Tree

An orange tree believed to be as old as UConn is now accessible to the public the first time in a decade

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Top of the Class: Student Develops Brown Butter Brickle Ice Cream for UConn Dairy Bar

Students competed to create a new flavor for the UConn Dairy Bar – but it won’t last long

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Community Researcher Examines North Hartford Health Disparities

Through research and community engagement, Kristen Cooksey Stowers works to make food environments more equitable for marginalized populations

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Exercise Class for People with Parkinson’s Disease Celebrates 10 Years

Since 2012, UConn and UConn Health physical therapists have hosted a weekly class to help people with Parkinson’s disease improve quality of life through movement

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Joint Symposium Underscores Value of Interdisciplinary Health Research

The event brings together researchers from across UConn's campuses and beyond to explore new approaches to improve human health

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