News from Naturally@UConn

Master Gardener Program looks ahead as it celebrates milestone

September 18, 2018

The seeds of the Master Gardener Program were sown during the early 1970s in the Pacific Northwest when agricultural extension faculty at Washington State University began receiving an increasing number of plant-related inquiries from homeowners. The educators had primarily been delivering programming on crop production and commercial horticulture, but as local communities flourished, it led […]

CAHNR in the news

September 14, 2018

Landscape Architecture Magazine mentioned the project of Tao Wu, a landscape architecture graduate student. She proposed making a former industrial site in Naples, Italy into a transitional community for incoming refugees. Wu’s advisor, Associate Professor Kristin Schwab, said that the model could be applied to other contexts and populations. NPR posted an interview with Professor […]

Awards and accolades for CAHNR

September 14, 2018

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical and Scientific Commission invited Department of Kinesiology Professor Douglas Casa to be a member of the IOC Adverse Weather Impact expert working Group in preparation for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Casa is also the chief executive officer of the Korey Stringer Institute. By Patsy Evans

Learning for a Sustainable Future


Our College seeks to epitomize the role of the land-grant university which is to develop knowledge and disseminate it through the three academic functions of teaching, research, and outreach education. In so doing, we work to improve the lives of citizens of our state, region and country. This role is based in historic federal legislation including the Morrill, Hatch, Smith-Lever, McIntire-Stennis, and Animal Health acts, and enabling state statutes.

Contact us

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4066
Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-2917
cahnrdean@uconn.edu

If you have general comments or questions about this website, please email us at CAHNRComm@uconn.edu

Stay connected

facebook twitter Google Plus youtube flickr