College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources


UConn Researchers Identify Genetic Makeup of New Strains of West Nile

This study shows the variety of strains in circulation and what mosquitoes may be carrying as we head into summer

Drone photo of the Student Union Mall , Wilbur Cross, and sunset.

11 UConn Students Named Gilman Scholars

Gilman Scholars are required to complete a service project upon their return from studying abroad in their campus or home community, with the goal of sharing the value of participation in study abroad and promoting the scholarship to prospective students.

A fall morning aerial view of the Wilbur Cross Building on Oct. 18, 2021.

Clean Energy & Sustainability Innovation Program Submission Finalists

The Clean Energy & Sustainability Innovation Program submission finalists have been announced

Students in an auditorium

Doctor of Physical Therapy Students Receive White Coats as Alums Celebrate 50th Reunion

UConn's is among the top ranked and longest continuously operating DPT programs in the country

UConn Researcher Develops Environmentally, Economically Friendly Turf Grass Varieties

These genetically improved grasses have reduced mowing, fertilizer, and irrigation needs, reducing lawn grasses' impact on the environment and producing financial savings

Vaccine in vial and syringe close-up on a white table gray background.

Study Finds Strong Interest in Injectable PrEP for Understudied Malaysian Population

This novel study explored an understudied group and assessed their interest in a new injectable form of pre-exposure prophylaxis

Boy riding his bicycle along the bike lane in an urban park.

UConn Researchers Take a More Innovative Approach to Investigating Inequity in Parks

'While many studies looked at these topics at the city level, I was able to explore the local patterns within the city, not just talk about the fact that there is unequal access to parks, but I was able to identify neighborhoods that should be improved'

Stormwater Corps students evaluate parking lot drainage with the help of Dr. Mike Dietz and GA Josh Snarski

E-Corps: Building Skills and Bolstering Environmental Efforts Across Connecticut

A report shows the Environmental Corps (E-Corps) program has a lasting and transformative impact on students

Laborers working in the heat

Heat is the Top Cause of Exertion-Related Injuries and Fatalities for Laborers

This study is one of the first of its kind to evaluate exertion-related injuries and fatalities from work-related activities

Happy graduate walks at commencement

Scenes from CAHNR Commencement

This weekend with friends, families, and faculty by their sides, 500 CAHNR students turned their tassels and embarked on their next chapter