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Center for Learning Resources Director Steps Down After Nine Years

Center for Learning Resources Director Steps Down After Nine Years

Corina Rodriguez, Staff Writer February 27, 2018

After nine years at the Center for Learning Resources, the director is stepping down. Debbie Malewicki will leave to begin working for an educational startup.   “I am going to tremendously miss...

Library resources

Samantha Higgins April 29, 2015

All of us know about going to the library to print our papers for classes or work with study groups before a big exam. Some students take advantage of additional services, like the CLR tutoring or...

CLR tutors received CRLA Level 1 certification and Outstanding Tutor awards this past Spring

The Charger Bulletin June 17, 2014

By Jodi Shydlo Associate Director Center for Learning Resources In May 2014, 15 tutors in the Center for Learning Resources earned their College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification....

CLR Spotlight

Samantha Salvio April 10, 2013

Amidst the several workshops that the Center for Learning Resources holds daily, the CLR’s director, Debbie Malewicki, has ensured that the hard-working tutors on her staff do not go without recognition....

Overcrowded, Cramped, and Insufficient Library

The Charger Bulletin April 10, 2013

By HEEJUN KIM LETTER TO THE EDITOR There is a monstrous library building in center of university of New Haven campus which is known as the Marvin K. Peterson Library. The library building has been...

Time to Take the WPE

Samantha Mathewson February 14, 2013

It’s WPE time for some undergraduate juniors who have already earned 57 credits or more, and seniors who need to take it before they graduate this spring. The WPE is a writing proficiency exam; just...

UNH Celebrates National Tutor Appreciation Week

The Charger Bulletin October 10, 2012

By UNH Today For Mina Elias ’14, the best part of being a tutor is the gratitude expressed by a student he worked with after he or she successfully completes a difficult test or earns a good grade...

The Dreaded WPE

Kim Harman February 9, 2010

Ask any upperclassman on campus about the WPE, and you will receive a slew of tips and techniques on how to pass. Personally I have heard, “Write in small, simple sentences. That way it won’t show...

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