News from Naturally@UConn

Meet undergraduate student Jade Sharkany

January 24, 2018

Her passion for working with animals has taken Jade Sharkany on an amazing journey. Without having much knowledge about animals, she jumped into numerous opportunities. Now, Jade hopes to continue to work with goats and other livestock after college. Jade is shows that it is possible to take on any path you may be interested […]

Preparedness is key to surviving unfortunate events

January 23, 2018

Outbreaks, and disasters and storms! Oh, my! Some hazards are unavoidable, but preparedness can mitigate the consequences of these emergencies. Several of CAHNR’s faculty and staff are working to be ready when local, state and national misfortunes strike. “Prevention is a better way to deal with emergencies than waiting until the worst outcome develops and […]

CAHNR in the news

January 19, 2018

In an article about UConn’s STEM pipeline, UConn Today Depicted CAHNR student Ekow Dadzie at the UConn McNair Scholars Program Annual Summer Research Poster Exhibit. His research poster was “LPS-associated inflammatory cytokine responses during exercise-heat stress.” Included a photo of a child at the 4-H Auer Farm and a mention of UConn Extension’s part in […]

Learning for a Sustainable Future


Our College seeks to epitomize the role of the land-grant university which is to develop knowledge and disseminate it through the three academic functions of teaching, research, and outreach education. In so doing, we work to improve the lives of citizens of our state, region and country. This role is based in historic federal legislation including the Morrill, Hatch, Smith-Lever, McIntire-Stennis, and Animal Health acts, and enabling state statutes.

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