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Meet graduate student Kristin Vyhnal

April 25, 2018

After 11 years in the professional veterinary work force, Kristin Vyhnal came to UConn for her second graduate degree. She started a three-year pathobiology program in June 2017, where she enjoys her studies and hopes to realize her dreams. Where did you study as an undergraduate? What was your major? I got my undergraduate degree […]

Faculty member’s new textbook offers multidisciplinary introduction to water resources

April 24, 2018

A new textbook by a faculty member in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment provides a practical introduction to the study of water resources for students from a wide range of disciplines. Water is a finite resource essential to all life on earth. The study of water resources and how best to manage […]

CAHNR in the news

April 20, 2018

UConn Today reported on two new patented UConn chokeberries, which will be available in garden centers for spring 2018. They were developed by the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture Professor Mark Brand. See also UConn Research Innovation Newsletter. By Patsy Evans

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