Pathobiology

CAHNR in the news

UConn Today featured a video and article about the work of UConn Extension Educators Tessa Getchis and Anoushka Concepcion to promote Connecticut’s growing aquaculture industry. Getchis and Concepcion are extension specialists in Connecticut Sea Grant. Deb Cohen, CTVisit.com ambassador and founder of the The Front Door Project, recently wrote about her experience exploring the Connecticut Barns […]

CAHNR in the news

UConn Today featured a video and article with John Volin, professor of natural resources and the environment and vice provost for academic affairs, who traveled to Yellowstone National Park this past winter to see the results of an effort to re-establish wolves in the area. He hoped to transfer the lessons learned about ecosystem restoration […]

CAHNR in the news

The Washington Post ran an article about the perils of participating in sports in high temperatures. Professor Douglas Casa, who is on Tokyo Games commission for heat-related issues, said, “It’ll be the hottest Summer Olympics in history.” The piece also described one person’s experience with heat testing at the Korey Stringer Institute (KSI) and quoted […]

Awards and achievements for CAHNR

For the sixth year in a row, the UConn Creamery has taken home awards from the annual American Cheese Society Judging and Competition. The Chipotle Queso Blanco and the Green Chile Queso Blanco were recognized for excellence amongst 1742 products from over 250 entering companies. The Chipotle and Green Chile cheeses were awarded second and […]

Awards and achievements for CAHNR

The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) recently announced recipients in the 2019 Research Excellence Program (REP). The grants “provide seed funding to fuel innovative research, scholarship, and creative endeavors with strong potential for significant extramural funding and/or achievements consistent with the highest standards of accomplishment in the discipline,” according to an article […]