Windham County

Occupational Illnesses in Connecticut Decrease

September 2, 2019

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

UConn Collaborates on Gypsy Moth Cleanup

June 13, 2019

‘The scale and scope of tree mortality in eastern and central Connecticut is a potential public safety hazard,’ says Tom Worthley of UConn Extension, who is helping municipalities address the issue.

Environmental Studies Student Wins 2019 Truman, Udall Scholarships

April 11, 2019

Wanjiku Gatheru ’20 (CAHNR) is the first student in UConn history to win these two prestigious national awards in the same year.

Multiplying Their Options

April 5, 2019

Nearly 240 8th-grade girls from middle schools around the state came to campus Wednesday for a one-day conference aimed at exposing them to female role models in the STEM fields.

UConn’s Key Role in Ensuring Integrity of State Elections

November 1, 2018

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.

Degrees of Change: UConn Increases Diversity in Teaching Programs

August 22, 2018

The Neag School of Education has made a concerted effort to increase diversity in the teacher preparation program, with a view to putting more teachers of color in classrooms.

Best-selling Author Wally Lamb Heads to the Big Screen

September 15, 2014

Behind the scenes with UConn alum Wally Lamb, whose novel Wishin’ and Hopin’ has been made into a recently released feature-length film.

Celebrating a Threatened Bird

July 3, 2013

UConn professor and State Ornithologist Margaret Rubega teaches local residents about chimney swifts.