An illustration showing the planet Earth in the top portion of an hourglass.

Climate Change to Push Species Over Abrupt Tipping Points

Climate change is likely to abruptly push species over tipping points as their geographic ranges reach unforeseen temperatures

Deer crossing yard in front of well.

White-tailed Deer Bones Give a Glimpse into Connecticut’s Past and May Help Inform a More Sustainable Future

'This contributes to broader discussions about how humans interact with their environment, and that there are ways that we can manage environments sustainably and interact with resources sustainably'

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

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

UConn student working in the greenhouse at the Spring Valley Farm

‘A Home and a Community’ on UConn’s Student Farm

Each year, a group of students lives on UConn’s Spring Valley Student Farm where they work together to tend crops, build community, and foster their own personal growth

The Soil and Water Conservation Society UConn Student Chapter recently had its first meeting since Kocurek re-established the chapter. They recently went maple syrup tapping with UConn Forestry.

One UConn Grad’s Sustainability Legacy

A childhood love of nature blooms into a student career dedicated to sustainability

Onyeka Obiocha

Showcase Exhibits Ambition, Impact of Future Climate Venture Studio Companies

From bioplastics to investment portfolios, cohort members demonstrate their commitment to merging climate justice with entrepreneurship

Shine On: UConn Dedicates Solar-Powered STEAM Tree

A new solar-powered STEAM tree will allow UConn community members to charge their personal devices as they enjoy time on the Student Union Mall

UConn President Radenka Maric and Rohan Anderson '25 talk with members of the Belimo team during an April visit to the company's Danbury facility.

Belimo Scholarship Offers Students A Warm Welcome Into Engineering

Six UConn Engineering students are being supported every year thanks to the generous Belimo Scholarship Program

New Center on Soil Research Addresses Industry Needs for Reliable Sensors

An interdisciplinary group of researchers have established an industry-driven center for advanced soil science research.