UConn Magazine interviewed Assistant Professor Tracy Rittenhouse about her teaching and wildlife research, with special emphasis on her work with Connecticut bobcat populations. Rittenhouse is on the faculty of the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment.
Associated Press reported on a meeting where landscape design students presented conceptual plans for a well-traveled section of Mystic, Connecticut. Their goal was to improve pedestrian safety, slow down vehicles, create improved signage and ensure a sustainable development, according to AP.
Chicago Tribune included a persuasive piece by Assistant Professor Zhe Zhu about the benefits of keeping Landsat satellite data free and open, such as encouraging new research and creating economic benefits. Zhu is on the faculty of natural resources and the environment. Republished from The Conversation. See also UConn Today.
WNPR All Things Considered aired a segment about the usefulness of termites in science. One of the guests was Public Service Technician Jennifer Dacey, an entomologist who is associated with plant science and landscape architecture.
By Patsy Evans