The Charger Bulletin

SURF Presentations

Karina Krul

September 23, 2015

On Sept.16 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Bartels Alumni Lounge over fifty University of New Haven students gathered to present research they conducted throughout the summer as part of the Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program. The summer research was laid out on posters that lined the w...

UNH to Participate in Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day

Karen Grava

February 27, 2013

UNH will join more than 70 educational institutions worldwide on Thursday, Feb. 28, to participate in the first-ever Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day organized by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The goal of the program, which will take place at institutions in the...

Graduate Student Showcase

Lesha Daley

November 14, 2012

November 8 marked the second Graduate Student Showcase at UNH. The showcase was created to allow graduate students the opportunity to present what they have been working on during their graduate collegiate career. “There was no outlet for grad students to show their research,” said Milva McGhee, Interim Coordinator of Graduate Services. Students presented a vas...

What is a Journal?

The Charger Bulletin

March 30, 2011

Has your professor asked you to use journal articles in your assignments and research papers? Are you wondering "just what is a journal?" A journal is essentially a collection of research-based articles written by experts in a specific field geared to a specific audience. Journal articles contain...

Guiding You Through Library Research

The Charger Bulletin

November 3, 2010

 By DIANE SPINATO, MARVIN K. PETERSON LIBRARY It’s that time of year again, when green leaves are morphing to various fabulous, vibrant hues of red and gold. It is the signal to college students everywhere (well, in New England anyway) that it is now time to get started on that research paper!...

Finding Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

The Charger Bulletin

October 27, 2010

Have you heard your professor say that he or she would like you to use "peer reviewed" articles in your research? Are you wondering what this term means or why it’s important?  Peer reviewed journal articles undergo a type of screening process before they are published. You might also hear them referr...

Obama to Push For Research and Development Tax Credits

The Associated Press

September 8, 2010

WASHINGTON — Seeking ways to spur economic growth ahead of the November elections, President Barack Obama will ask Congress to increase and permanently extend research and development tax credits for businesses, a White House official said Sunday. Obama will outline the $100 billion proposal during...

In Search of the Past: Historical Resources at the Peterson Library

Bob Belletzkie

February 9, 2010

We all know what’s happening today. You can hardly avoid newspapers, radio and television, Internet streaming media, tweets, feeds, email alerts, and the like. But where do you go to find out what happened yesterday, a decade or a century ago, or earlier? Of course, there are many Internet sites that...

Aussie, NZ scientists prep for whale research trek

Maideline Sanchez

January 27, 2010

From the Associated Press by Kristen Gelineau SYDNEY – Scientists from Australia and New Zealand are to set out on a whale research expedition to the Antarctic on Monday in an effort to disprove Japan's argument that whales must be killed to be studied. The results of the six-week expedition are...

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