University of Connecticut

College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources


The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in eight academic departments, and has an increasing presence in health-based programming, applied resource economics, environmental sciences, and food safety. The College is highly engaged in programs and centers focusing on food and nutrition, human and animal health, and environmental and agricultural sustainability. These areas of strength are intimately connected—healthy and sustainable environments serve as the foundation for healthy individuals, families, and communities. Connecticut has a strong and vibrant agricultural economy delivering food, forest products, and plants and plant products to citizens across New England and the Northeast. UConn provides the science, technology, and educational outreach needed to promote healthy lifestyles, sustain a diverse and resilient agricultural economy, protect the state's natural resource base, and guide sensible and sustainable development. The College is one of the fastest growing colleges of agriculture (and related sciences) in the nation, and has several programs that rank in the top one-third nationally.


Current Openings

We are actively recruiting for the following openings. Please check back soon as positions are added regularly.

down Natural Resources and Environ
down Plant Science and Landscape Architecture


As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer, UConn encourages applications from women, veterans, people with disabilities and members of traditionally underrepresented populations.