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Online Learning: How is the Campus Community Managing the Adjustment?

Online Learning: How is the Campus Community Managing the Adjustment?

Jennifer Korn and Amanda M. Castro, Student Life Editor and Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

After university president Steven Kaplan’s decision to extend online classes through the remainder of the semester, students and professors have had to make arrangements and readjust to a new normal. The dean of students office distributed an email survey to students this week to ask how students a...

West Haven Experiences Unsafe Air Quality

West Haven Experiences Unsafe Air Quality

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2019

Air quality is not often thought about in West Haven, but earlier this month, on Feb. 4, the region experienced an air quality deemed “unhealthy air quality for sensitive groups,” according to the Air Quality Index (AQI). The AQI was developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as...

What Happens With Course Evaluations?

What Happens With Course Evaluations?

Victoria Cagley, Contributing Writer

February 12, 2019

At the end of each semester, students are asked by the university to fill out course evaluations for the classes they took, and to reflect on their instructors. Many students, however, do not know how those evaluations are used by the university. Associate provost of the College of Arts and Sciences, Stuart Si...

Professors Overwork Us

Professors Overwork Us

Mitsouki Garvey-Sanchez, and Kiana Quinonez, The Charger Bulletin

September 25, 2018

Having five to six classes can be overwhelming for students, especially on top of working, extracurricular activities, and trying to have a social life. But some professors seem to care little about the other classes students take, and instead pile on work as if we only take that one class. It...

Participating in Participation

Alessia Bicknese

November 11, 2015

It’s eight in the morning, your body is lacking caffeine, you barely changed out of your pajamas, you were up all night studying and now, your professor is penalizing you for not “participating” (BSing) in class. My question to all professors (as well as teachers) out there is this: Why on earth...

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar

August 26, 2015

Positives + Everyone is officially back on campus. Let the shenanigans begin! + Did anybody else check out that free food truck that was on campus this weekend? My God. Negatives - Please tell me I’m not the only one who is perfectly ready for fall semester activities, but not at all ready ...

Profiling Professors

Courtney Brooks

February 5, 2015

A new semester has begun and we are all adjusting to new classes and new professors.  Getting acclimated with a new professor is never an easy task; it takes time to develop a relationship and learn their teaching and grading styles.  However, there are some constancies between some professors an...

Ask Melanie

The Charger Bulletin

October 8, 2014

Email [email protected], find her on Facebook at UNH Ask Melanie, or follow her Twitter @unhaskmelanie. Identities will always remain confidential! Dear Melanie, I am having issues in one of my classes; I have tried asking my professor for help, but he will not help me and I don’t kno...

Is there really no such thing as a stupid question?

Kayla Katt

April 9, 2014

The relationship between students and professors goes both ways; students should be respectful of their professors and professors should be respectful of their students. As a science major, I have come across some great professors who intently care about students’ success and learning, and others who are...

Wait…You Mean Professors are Supposed to Teach?!?!?

Matt DiGiovanni

May 5, 2010

We’ve all had them, the professors which seem to slip through the cracks and do as little educating as possible despite the fact that it’s their job. There are times where I hear people complain, but then when actually observing the students behavior, I notice that it is the student’s fault, not...

Understanding Autism: UNH Professors Offer Insight During Public Lecture

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010

What:     The Friends of the University of New Haven (UNH) Library will host a public lecture, “The Impact of Dysfunctional Mirror Neurons on Autistic Children,” with Louise Soares, Ph.D., UNH professor of education, and Robert Law, practitioner-in-residence in the UNH Education Department. They...

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