Erika Shook, getting licked by a blue-tongued skink at a Wildlife Society meeting. Submit images of your time at UConn CAHNR to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“This is how I’m handling working from home while still keeping folks engaged with plant diagnostics: using house plants to teach on social media.” – Abby Beissinger, Assistant Extension Educator, Plant Diagnostic Lab. Send your WFH photos to email@example.com.
Ciara Hayes and Taylor Mack in Wildlife Techniques class in Fall 2018. Here are selfies uploaded for an assignment to document that students had found radio-transmitters. Photo courtesy Tracy Rittenhouse, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment.
“Working at home means keeping our puppy entertained while I get my work done!” – Amy Safran, Department of Animal Science Send your WFH photos to CAHNRComm@uconn.edu!
“This photo was taken after her successful solo student surgery was performed (male rat castration). Credit to Dr. Milvae for his wonderful Lab Animal Science class!” Emily Caliman, Spring Semester 2019. Submit images of your time at UConn CAHNR to firstname.lastname@example.org.