College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources

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Impact of COVID-19 on Racial-Ethnic Minorities Among Persons with Opioid Use Disorder

Findings highlight differences in the experiences of racial-ethnic minorities with opioid use disorder during the COVID-19 pandemic

UConn Recognized for Using ‘Exercise as Medicine’ During the Pandemic

UConn was one of 73 schools to receive a gold designation nationwide for their creative efforts to keep students active during the pandemic

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Virtual Conference Brings Together Global Experts to Tackle COVID-19 “Infodemic”

Health behavior experts come together to put forth an agenda that uses social media to solve public health problems

Student working in the CVMDL on campus.

Dog Tests Positive for SARS-CoV-2, UConn Surveillance Finds

Over 100 dogs and cats have tested positive in the United States; this is the first domestic animal in Connecticut to test positive

Patients sitting in waiting room with face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even as vaccination rates rise, new variants of the coronavirus are prompting concern among experts.

How Worried Should You Be About Coronavirus Variants?

UConn virologist Paulo Verardi explains his concerns with new variants of the virus that are spreading rapidly

Student filmmakers Alyson Schneider, Jon Russo, and Zachary Duda explore Connecticut agriculture in a new documentary.

Connecticut Agriculture is Showcased in UConn Students’ Documentary

'Completely Connecticut Agriculture' explores the creativity and resilience of Connecticut farmers

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Non-Degree Cannabis Courses Open Doors to Growing Industry

New classes make cannabis education more accessible for UConn students and the general public

Paulo Verardi (right) with PhD student Brittany Jasperse (left).

UConn Researcher Develops Successful Zika Virus Vaccine in Preclinical Studies

Paulo Verardi recently published promising results on a Zika virus vaccine.

Aerial view of Horsebarn Hill

CAHNR Celebrates with Annual Awards & Honors Event

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources celebrated students, faculty, staff, and alumni at an annual event

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