Plants

Awards and accolades for CAHNR

Tao Wu, a plant science and landscape architecture graduate student, and Kristin Schwab, an associate professor in the same department, received the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Fellows Award of Excellence, which carries a $500 prize, for a poster research presentation. The poster and accompanying paper, “Prospect: Beyond Survival |Refugee Resilience Planning for Europe & […]

CAHNR in the news

The UConn Innovation Portal announced that Professor Mark Brand patented two black chokeberry plants, which are ideal for use in landscapes. Brand is on the faculty of the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture. Westfair Communications quoted Extension Educator Tessa Getchis about the hopes for the Connecticut shellfish industry to gain access to customers […]