Students with mobile devicesSome of CAHNR’s people, places and programs made the news recently. The bolded topics are linked to initial media coverage. The roman text links go to additional information.

UConn Today. 4-21-17. Linked to a story about Connecticut’s coastline changes in a climate change article. It quoted Emily Wilson, an associate cooperative extension educator in the Department of Extension.

Hartford Courant. 4-26-17. Gave spring gardening advice from the Home and Garden Education Center and Carol Quish, a program aide in plant science.

UConn Today. 4-24-17. Interviewed Class of 2017 graduate Yuan Zhang, who is an applied mathematical sciences and natural resources double major. Zhang mentioned the influence Thomas Meyer had on him in choosing his major.

Garden Master Classes Catalog. 5-4-17. Announced two upcoming Garden Master classes. Catching the Bug, to be held from 1 to 3 PM on May 24 at University of St. Joseph in West Hartford, will concentrate on collecting terrestrial insects. In Arthropod Acupuncture and ID, participants will learn about New England insects and their distinguishing features from 6:30 to 8:30 PM on June 6 at the Tolland County Extension Center. Registration and payment of fees is required for both classes.

By Patsy Evans