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From Student to Professor: Alvin Tran, Sc.D, MPH, Teaches His Students How To Advocate.

From Student to Professor: Alvin Tran, Sc.D, MPH, Teaches His Students How To Advocate.

Hannah Providence, Staff Writer

February 22, 2020

Alvin Tran's passions run deeper than science, and it shows. Tran was recently named in the 40 under 40: Class of 2020 in Connecticut magazine. But success hasn’t turned his head. "In 10 years, I hope that I'm still at the University of New Haven at the school of health sciences training our stu...

Professor Finds a New Home With GIS

Professor Finds a New Home With GIS

Lindsey Scalabrino, Contributing Writer

September 12, 2018

Michele Vittorio has journeyed quite a bit in his time, but has recently settled into the Charger community, bringing with him an expansive knowledge of geographic information systems or GIS.   “I spent most of my working career abroad. I was in North Africa, Norway, and my last place was Saudi Ara...

Declan Hill Predicts Rise in Sports Corruption

Declan Hill Predicts Rise in Sports Corruption

Majelique Lewis, Staff Writer

September 11, 2018

Declan Hill has been keeping busy the past few years. But one thing that has remained a motivational force for him is corruption. His best selling book, “The Fix,” talks about match fixing, and how it has taken over the sport of soccer.  The FIFA World cup generated 4.8 billion in revenue in 2014 ...

Professor Interest Stems from Conflict in Ukraine

Professor Interest Stems from Conflict in Ukraine

Corina Rodriguez, Contributing Writer

March 6, 2018

Olena Lennon began teaching in her homeland Ukraine, during which time she worked closely with the Peace Corps. That was her first experience working with young Americans who wanted to change the world, she said. “It changed my life and I saw firsthand how they changed my peers’ lives and the...

Dr. Sloane: From Edison to Twain

Dr. Sloane: From Edison to Twain

Catherine Cinque, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

For his nearly 400 books on American humor, there’s one book that isn’t yet on Dr. David E.E. Sloane’s shelves, his biography on a famous ancestor, Thomas Edison. Sloane is the great grandson of Thomas Edison. He has done some work on Edison and Edison’s daughter, but feels since he is a literar...

We’re all adults here

Kayla Katt

October 1, 2014

Can professors really kick us out of class? I mean, we pay them to teach us, and we pay a lot of money to be there. So when a professor threatens to kick you out of class for being on your phone or using your computer for the wrong reasons, can they really kick you out? I think there is a difference between being disrespectful to a professor or talki...

An open letter to the professor who exploited his resources

The Charger Bulletin

September 17, 2014

Dear Professor (who shall remain nameless), On behalf of the entire student body, I would just like to personally thank you for the email you sent out last week inviting my peers and me to join LinkedIn and, furthermore, be part of each other’s professional networks. While I do not know whether ...

Professor’s Research Explores Digital Divide in Broadband Access

The Charger Bulletin

November 14, 2012

By Karen Grava, Director of Media Relations   Eun-A Park, an assistant professor of communications, film and theatre, is one of the investigators working with an international team of researchers studying the digital divide in broadband access. The project is funded by a $41,200 yearlong...

Students complained about prof charged in rampage

Liz De La Torre

February 17, 2010

From The Associated Press HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Students banded together to let administrators know something wasn't quite right about Professor Amy Bishop. She taught by reading straight out of the textbook, never made eye contact and liked to remind people constantly that she went to Harvard. "We...

UNH Professor Delivers Music from the Heart

Zack Rosen

February 17, 2010

It truly is music from the heart, as fans say that this album is quickly becoming a favorite. “The warm and colorful light tones of the vocalist, mixed with the pianist’s depth of emotion and feeling in these selections, is a treat to the ears,” says one fan online. Highly recommending it with...

Husband: Ala. prof went to range before shooting

Liz De La Torre

February 16, 2010

From The Associated Press HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The husband of an Alabama professor accused of fatally shooting three colleagues said Monday that he'd gone with her to a shooting range recently but that he didn't know where she got the gun she used for practice that day. James Anderson told The...

Accused Alabama prof shot, killed brother in 1986

Liz De La Torre

February 14, 2010

From The Associated Press HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – More than 23 years before a college professor was accused of shooting six of her colleagues, her teenage brother died from the blast of a shotgun she held in the kitchen of her family's home in Massachusetts. The 1986 shooting was ruled accidental...

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