College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources

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CIPEH Holds Interprofessional Education Welcome Event

Students were able to learn about the skill sets, roles, and responsibilities of the various participating professions and many were surprised with what they discovered

At right, Christian Heiden '20 (CAHNR), founder of Levo International, leads a tour of the micro-farm his startup built on Garden Street in Hartford's North End.

UConn Alum Fighting Food Insecurity in Hartford, One Micro-Farm at a Time

'There’s a lot of food in this neighborhood, but there’s not a lot of food that looks like this'

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InCHIP Seeds New Projects Aimed at Improving Human Health

InCHIP has funded seven innovative pilot studies that aim to improve public and human health and wellbeing consistent with UConn's mission

A happy child in a yellow shirt lifts his arms while sitting at a table, with an apple and a glass of milk in front of him.

Federal Nutrition Assistance for Young Children: Under-utilized and Unequally Accessed

Only 3 out of 5 licensed childcare centers in low-income areas participate in CACFP, despite great needs in the community

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New Associate Director of InCHIP Hopes to Support Collaborative, Community-Engaged Health Research

Caitlin Caspi, Associate Professor of Allied Health Sciences, will serve as Associate Director of InCHIP


UConn Land Use Academy Celebrates 20th Anniversary and Evolving Needs

As populations increase and tensions persist between development and the environment, programs offered through UConn's Land Use Academy are more important than ever

UConn Research, Provost’s Office Launch Student-Centric Sustainability Initiative

Offices announce PRISMATIC: The President’s Research Investment in Sustainability Measures, Actions, Technologies, Initiatives, and Communities

Mixed plants in a front garden in August. Annuals such as Rudbeckia, Petunia, Cosmos and Lobelia with foliage plants such as Hakonechloa.

Ask UConn Extension: Fall Garden Care Means a More Bountiful Season Next Year

The growing season is winding down, but now is the time to set up next spring’s garden for success

Smiling woman standing near gym equipment

Bringing Parkinson’s Information, Interventions to CT’s Hispanic Communities

Colón-Semenza, collaborators, and students are working to improve access to culturally and linguistically tailored health information to this underserved population

Students planting a tree

Action-oriented Symposium Connects Researchers to Encourage Collaboration for a Sustainable Environmental Future

'We have heard these wonderful talks, now what are we going to do? The time for action is now'