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Urban and Community Studies

November 27, 2015

UConn Extension‬‘s Laura Brown (second from left) served on a career panel for the Urban and Community Studies Program at UConn Waterbury on November 4th. Panel members were from the social services, criminal justice, community development, and college administration fields, and talked about their jobs and how they got them!

Master Gardener Position Open

November 25, 2015

Position Announcement UConn Extension Master Gardener Program Coordinator Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens   The UConn Extension Master Gardener Program is seeking applications for the position of UConn Extension Master Gardener Program Coordinator, based at the Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens in Stamford, CT. This is a part-time, sixteen hour per week position. Responsibilities include but are […]

CLIR December Classes

November 23, 2015

Join our Center for Learning in Retirement (CLIR) for the following classes in December (a.m. is 10:15 – 11:45; p.m. is 1:15 – 2:45), held in Vernon Cottage at the UConn Depot Campus:   Thu Dec 3, p.m.               Trekking in the Tetons: a photo tour with a geological introduction Tues Dec 8, p.m.              […]

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