Student Profiles

Meet Graduate Student Lukas McNaboe


“I’ve always said that I have a love-love relationship with water. We’re 70 percent water, it resonates with me,” says Luke McNaboe of Coventry. “I wanted a career path that involves water.” McNaboe received a bachelor’s in environmental engineering from UConn in 2015. He earned his master’s degree in 2017 through UConn’s Bridge to Doctorate STEM Program, a division of the National Science Foundation. He is currently working… Read More


Undergraduates Lindsey Tenebaum and Mary Donato Attend the COP23 United Nations Climate Change Conference with Dr. Tracy Rittenhouse


From left to right at the COP23 Conference in Bonn, Germany: Dr. Tracy Rittenhouse of NRE; Lindsay Tenenbaum, NRE and International Business Management double major; Mary Donato, NRE major; Weston Henry, Landscape Architecture and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology double major. Read More on how panels at the U.S. Climate Action Center show how businesses can lead on carbon reduction by Lindsey Tenebaum and Read More on climate messages communicated through public spaces by Mary Donato.



M.S. Student Scott Tardif  Interns at Department of Public Health


Scott’s masters degree curriculum at UConn has enjoyably been spent focusing on water resources management. During his internship at the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Drinking Water Section, he was rewarded by working with a group of people that are dedicated to protecting the public’s clean drinking water supplies, just as Scott is… Read more

Meet Undergraduate Stephen Hnatuk


Stephen Hnatuk is extremely involved within the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. Driven by his passion for the environment, he has created a variety of opportunities for himself. Stephen enjoys learning about water resources, our environment, and the world.

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M.S. Student Cristina Macklem Receives Graduate Student Research Award 


Cristina Macklem’s M.S. research focused on wildlife, primarily amphibian, responses to anthropogenic alterations of the environment. Cristina pursued and obtained funding throughout her academic career, and completed her first research project as a freshman. Cristina was selected as a University Scholar, received the Holster Freshman Research Award, and was dual enrolled as an Honors undergraduate and graduate student…Read more


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