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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 […]

Awards and accolades for CAHNR

January 19, 2018

UConn Co-op Legacy Fellowships went to two CAHNR students for summer 2018 research projects and/or creative endeavors. Madeline Beckman, an allied health sciences student, will investigate the relationships between Hispanic parents’ level of acculturation, parental perceptions of the healthfulness of sugar-sweetened beverages and childhood consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages. Her project is entitled “Level of Acculturation […]

Meet alumna Stephanie Lucas

January 17, 2018

This plant science and landscape architecture graduate thought she might be working in a more rural setting after getting her degree. But instead, Stephanie Lucas describes herself as the maintainer of New York City’s backyard. Being in Manhattan gives her other perks, as well. For one, she trained as a fire breather with the Coney […]

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