Enthusiastic by nature, Gerry Berkowitz, professor in the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture, is bursting with even more excitement than usual about his latest area of research and teaching. For decades, Berkowitz has done groundbreaking work, applying molecular genetics in seeking to understand aspects of plant biology. He has now turned his attention […]
“I’ve always said that I have a love-love relationship with water. We’re 70 percent water, it resonates with me,” says Luke McNaboe of Coventry. “I wanted a career path that involves water.” McNaboe received a bachelor’s in environmental engineering from UConn in 2015. He earned his master’s degree in 2017 through UConn’s Bridge to Doctorate […]
For Michael O’Neill, associate dean and associate director of UConn Extension, change and transformation are important words in describing the evolution of the Cooperative Extension System. For more than a century, the program has extended the knowledge base of the land-grant university to adults and youth through what O’Neill describes as the “expert system.” Needs […]
As an extra-special addition to our last CAHNR Pop-Up Store of the season, we’ll be offering the remaining stock of Manolo Blahnik shoes donated by Arethusa Farms at below-bargain-basement prices. Shoe sales by cash or credit card only. Proceeds benefit scholarships for Animal Science students.
Alyssa Condon is a senior and expects to graduate in May 2018. When I came to UConn as an animal science major, I never imagined that working on Capitol Hill was even a possibility for me. It took me a long time during my career as an undergraduate to understand the importance of the ties […]