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UConn's Dr. Natalie Moore in the Bahamas at the site where a hospital stood before Hurricane Dorian. Moore and Amanda Ramsdell from the UConn Health Emergency Department are working with the International Medical Corps, which is establishing a tent hospital to care for patients on Grand Bahama Island. (Submitted Photo)

Researchers Hone Our Ability to Map Storm Flooding

UConn researchers developed a radar satellite-based mapping technique that will improve the ability of forecasters to more accurately predict the inundated area caused by future storms. 

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Occupational Illnesses in Connecticut Decrease

The most recent data available indicate workplace-related illnesses have gone down in Connecticut, according to UConn Health experts.

Tessa Getchis, senior educator with UConn Extension, leads a tour of oyster farming operations in Mystic Harbor. (Thomas Rettig/UConn Photo)

UConn Steers the Way to Shellfish Farms

Connecticut's coastline hosts a growing aquaculture industry, which UConn Extension educators promote alongside farmers of oysters, clams, fish, and seaweeds.

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Former Alumni Association President Elected to Board of Trustees

'My hope is that I can be a voice for the alumni and be part of the process of ensuring the vitality of our University,' says Bryan K. Pollard ’85 (CLAS), member of the Board of Trustees.

Christian Connors '20 (CLAS) collects caterpillars near Dog Lane in Storrs on July 11, 2019. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Summer Undergraduate Researcher Christian Connors ’20 (CLAS)

'With insects, there is this hidden guild of organisms that are secretly controlling insect numbers,' says Christian Connors, who is conducting research on insect parasitoids.

Professor Alexander Russell, director of UConn’s Voting Technology Research Center. Both before and after the November election, UConn’s Voting Technology Research Center will run forensic analyses on memory cards in the state’s voting equipment. (Christopher LaRosa/UConn Photo)

UConn’s Key Role in Ensuring Integrity of State Elections

Both before and after the November election, UConn’s Voting Technology Research Center will run forensic analyses on memory cards in the state’s voting equipment.