Community Impact

Remembering 9/11: UConn Health Professor Emeritus and Red Cross Volunteer Larry Klobutcher Continues to Give Back

Klobutcher continues to make a difference volunteering with the Red Cross which in honor of 9/11 this September encourages everyone to take steps this month to make your home safer by testing or replacing your smoke alarms.

Historic photo of produce at UConn alongside the text of the video "Reestablishing UConn's Fruit Orchard"

Reestablishing UConn’s Fruit Orchards

After a decades-long hiatus, Evan Lentz '19 '22 (CAHNR) is reviving UConn’s fruit orchards

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UConn Centers Offer Free Professional Development to Local School Wellness Teams

The ‘WSCC Academy’ taught staff how to strengthen school practices to promote whole child development

Household budget worksheet with calculator and money

Ask UConn Extension: What Does My High-Schooler Need to Know About Personal Finances?

UConn Extension offers audiences of all ages tips to keep their financial futures looking bright

Jaguar skull from UConn's Biodiversity Research Collections originally collected from Paraguay in the 1960s

UConn Biodiversity Research Collections Join an Effort to Combat Wildlife Trafficking

How jaguar skulls collected in the 1960s can help thwart wildlife poachers today

Aerial top view of spring park landscape with green trees, lawns and footpath. Park is surrounded by with houses.

Where to Start? UConn Researchers Develop Holistic Tool to Help Plan Urban Vacant Lots

'We want to greenify those lands that have been disregarded and underestimated in the city setting'

Rearview of a businessman sitting at his desk using a laptop and going over paperwork while working alone in a large modern office

Labor Day Report: Less Occupational Disease; COVID-19 Still Dominates

UConn Health is out with its annual Labor Day 'Occupational Disease in Connecticut' report

Michael Gilman shows an oyster dredge to students in the “Foundations of Shellfish Farming” class at UConn Avery Point

New Federal Funds Will Support Projects to Enhance Aquaculture Education, Kelp Farming

Federal grant funding will provide for assessment of workforce needs and purchase of mobile lab

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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

UConn Joins Elite Cohort of Economically Impactful Institutions

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) honors UConn’s success as economic engine and innovation driver for the state and region.