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Meet undergraduate student Elyssa Denault

March 21, 2018

Having endured the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in her freshman year, allied health sciences major Elyssa Denault says she possesses a level of understanding that is gained only through experience. As a patient, she grilled her physicians on career opportunities and now hopes to join her aunt, a physician, and sister, a physician assistant […]

Economist boosts outcomes of African development projects with community-based initiatives

March 20, 2018

Northern Uganda has endured protracted conflict and social unrest for decades. This has left communities in poverty and lacking crucial resources to expedite economic development in the region. In 2009, the World Bank supported funding for a massive development program, the Second Northern Uganda Social Action Project Fund (NUSAF2), to improve conditions in the region. […]

CAHNR in the news

March 16, 2018

Connecticut Woodlands printed an article by Associate Extension Professor Tom Worthley about the building of a wheelchair accessible bridge on the Nipmuck Trail. Also mentioned in the piece was the Fenton Tract of the UConn Forest, the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment (NRE), a graduate of NRE, the UConn Forest crew and the […]

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