Landscape alumni put their interests to work

Recently ranked as one of the 10 Best Landscape Architecture Programs for 2018, CAHNR’s landscape architecture course also prepares many for successful careers. Landscape architects with a degree from UConn may not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but they are quite good at making functional and attractive spaces outside buildings […]

CAHNR in the news

AGUniverse featured an article about complex forests and their ability to absorb light in its Publications Highlight section for May. The research was co-authored by Assistant Professor Robert Fahey, who is a member of the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment faculty with a joint appointment in the Center for Environmental Sciences & Engineering. […]

CAHNR in the news

Public Radio International described research into the effects of sponsorship agreements between food and beverage manufacturers and televised sports on children’s nutritional health. Department of Allied Health Sciences Associate Professor Jennifer Harris was a co-author of the study, which was published in Pediatrics. See also MSN, CNN and Telemundo. The Scientist included comments by Associate Professor […]

Meet alumna Gianna Roma

Nutritional sciences graduate Gianna Roma suggests that current students seize and create opportunities for themselves. Roma is putting that into practice in her own life. While working as an inpatient clinical dietitian, she finds time to assist the New England Patriots dietitian, studies to become a certified exercise physiologist and is active on social media […]