Connecticut Ag Wellness Summit Helping You to Help Others

Thursday December 5th, 2019
Maneeley's Conference Center
65 Rye Street, South Windsor, CT

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Meet undergraduate student Maia Moscova

December 11, 2019

In high school, Maia Moscova suffered from a concussion. The effects of her injury lasted for months and inspired her to follow a path to provide care to others. Currently a sophomore in allied health sciences, she is interested in becoming a physician’s assistant. She hopes to use her own experiences to help patients who […]

Nutritional sciences researcher studies sugar kelp to prevent and treat obesity

December 10, 2019

Nutritional Sciences Assistant Research Professor Young-ki Park says his recent research shows that fucoxanthin, a carotenoid from sugar kelp, may have benefits for human health. Carotenoids are pigments produced by plants and algae and they can have powerful antioxidant properties. Park studies bioactive compounds in foods as part of his research in molecular nutrition. Bioactive compounds […]

CAHNR in the news

December 06, 2019

UConn Today featured research Kumar Venkitanarayanan recently published as part of a team that explored ways to reduce nosocomial infections, diseases that are acquired in a hospital, using metals and metalloids. Venkitanarayanan is associate dean for research and graduate studies and an animal science professor in CAHNR. The research was also featured in Science Daily and mentioned […]

Strategic Visioning 2019


The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources is about to undertake a strategic positioning process that we hope will ensure the college is successful for many years. Our goal will be to identify key knowledge areas that enable the college to have the greatest potential success for the next decade.

Strategic Visioning, Fall 2019

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