CAHNR in the news

Students with mobile devicesUConn Today featured allied health sciences student Analyse Giordano, who is a University Scholar. In addition, she received a SURF award for her research in developing an improved model for continuous glucose monitors in the body.

U.S. News & World Report highlighted the work of Connecticut’s 4-H New London County program, especially the activities of a 4-H goat club. See also The Day. See also The Telegraph.

UConn Today announced that the May 11th CAHNR graduation speaker will be Indrajeet Chaubey, the new dean of CAHNR. Chaubey joined UConn on March 1 and came from Purdue University. See also Patch.

The Daily Campus quoted student Justin Ferreira, Horticulture Club president, about the geranium and succulent plant sale the Club was holding in the Floriculture Building.

UConn Today profiled several new graduates, including Jessica Seltz. She was a Department of Nutritional Sciences student and active in the Nutrition Club.

Connecticut Wildlife (page 20) ran an article by natural resources and the environment alumna Jennifer Kilburn about white-tailed deer and supplemental feeding. Kilburn received a BS in 2015, an MS in 2018 and now works for DEEP Wildlife.

WFSB reporters visited Storrs as part of its “20 Towns in 20 Days” series. They spoke of the agricultural origins of UConn and the production of ice cream by the UConn Creamery.

By Patsy Evans