newsprintUConn Magazine reported on the Skype a Scientist project where experts are paired with schools. It listed natural resources and the environment graduate student Mauri Liberati as holding nine sessions with one school.

Wallet Hub asked John Bovay questions about how foodies can save money and how policy changes can improve the local food scene in a “Best Foodie Cities in America” article. Bovay is an assistant professor in agricultural and resource economics.

UConn Magazine featured Horsebarn Hill as the premiere Storrs campus bird-watching site.

Associated Press referred to a UConn study that found highest concentrations of bears in Connecticut are not in the most remote areas.

UConn Magazine highlighted trips to Cuba by Associate Professor Tania Huedo-Medina where she studied the Cuban public health system. Huedo-Medina is part of allied health sciences.

Hartford Courant ran an article about the new MISSION Heat Lab at UConn’s Korey Stringer Institute (KSI), which is housed in the Department of Kinesiology.

By Patsy Evans