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Warm up on the go with the new CAHNR travel mug

CAHNR_Travel_Mug_ Winter is here, and the new CAHNR travel mugs are in and ready to help you warm up and wake up. Craving a pick-me-up in the middle of the day but need it to go? This new travel mug is perfect for the on-the-go hot beverage of your choice.

Available from the CAHNR’s Communications Resource Store for $8.00, the stainless steel mug is imprinted with the College’s new name. With a screw-on no-leak lid, non-slip bottom and double-wall insulation, this mug is sure to meet your hot drink needs.  Gift boxes are available.

Stop by the Communications Resource Store. We’re located in room 4 of the Ratcliffe Hicks Building, 1380 Storrs Rd., on the Storrs campus. Hours are M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Visit us online at www.store.uconn.edu.
We accept cash, check, MasterCard and Visa. Handicapped parking and handicapped access are available.

By Colin Ng

Out with the old, in with the new

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New bistro mug available.

As you approach 2015, you might be thinking about “out with the old, in with the new.” A good way to put that adage into practice is to buy something imprinted with the College’s new name and UConn’s new watermark. The CAHNR ceramic bistro mug fits the description.

This 16-ounce mug has the new UConn branding and the new College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources name imprinted in white lettering. It is black matte finish on the outside with country blue on the inside. The bistro mug, which costs $5.00 plus shipping and handling, is a useful gift for anyone connected to UConn or CAHNR (one for you, one for someone else). (more…)

Visit the second CAHNR pop-up store!

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Image of the week

In early December, Ben Campbell, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, took a group of students to the NEW York Produce Show and Conference and the Global Trade Symposium, held in conjunction with the conference.

In Times Square, from left to right: economics major Gabriella Beaumont-Smith; agricultural and resource economics majors Casey Foley, Adam Bestrom, and Philip Hornig; ARE graduate student Michael Katz; and Ben Campbell.

In Times Square, from left to right: economics major Gabriella Beaumont-Smith; agricultural and resource economics majors Casey Foley, Adam Bestrom and Philip Hornig; ARE graduate student Michael Katz; and Ben Campbell.

At the Global Trade Symposium, UConn students talk with students from Newcastle University in the UK.

At the Global Trade Symposium, UConn students talk with students from Newcastle University in the UK.

 

Holiday greetings from UConn!