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Technology in the Classroom is Necessary

Technology in the Classroom is Necessary

Erin Cuomo, Opinion Editor

September 10, 2019

The most distinguishing factor in the current century is technology.  The digital world has become a part of everyday life, and has been implemented into almost everything we do.    Within the first few days of classes, students get a feeling for their professors’ various teaching styles and pra...

University Celebrates Groundbreaking

University officials, donors, and public officials gathered to break ground on the Innovation Center.

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

October 2, 2018

The University of New Haven held a groundbreaking ceremony outside Bartels Hall to celebrate the construction of the school’s new innovation center on Thursday. The event included members of the university and West Haven communities. At the ceremony, university president Steven Kaplan acknowledged...

The Politics and Future of Climate Change, Immigration, Technology and Wealth

Patricia Oprea

February 17, 2016

“We live in the most prosperous times,” assures Hans Brattskar, aside from what the news is showing.  There is a revolution in life expectancy; people are living longer and healthier lives than in any other past epoch. Hans Brattskar’s own people also top the life-expectancy list; he is from...

Ask Melanie

Melanie

November 25, 2015

Dear Melanie, Is it weird that I’ve been talking to this guy on Tinder and we have been hanging out and I really like him and he is basically my boyfriend? Would people be weirded out if they knew I met my boyfriend on a “dating” app? Sincerely, Tinderella Dear Tinderella, It is absolute...

Managers Find UNH’s Executive MBA Program Cutting-Edge and Convenient

Karen Grava

December 5, 2012

When Brian Bethel, a manager at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, leaves Connecticut on a business trip, he brings everything he needs with him for his studies in the University of New Haven’s Executive MBA program. That is, he brings his UNH-issued iPad. “The technology incorporated into our...

UNH to Offer State’s Fifth Six-Year Program in Instructional Technology

The Charger Bulletin

August 29, 2012

By UNH TODAY The state’s first Sixth-Year Diploma in Instructional Technologies and Digital Media Literacy will be offered at the University of New Haven beginning in September. The diploma, one academic level above a master’s degree, is designed for elementary and secondary school teachers...

The Year 2009 in Technology: Inventing the Best

Zack Rosen

January 28, 2010

Hey, it’s true. 2009 had a ton of technology breakthroughs. Even Henry Ford would be impressed! So here I am, showcasing the best inventions of 2009 With the passing of another year, and another decade, comes the passing of another issue of Time that includes “The Best Invention of the Year.”...

Pope to priests: Go forth and blog

Joshua Van Hoesen

January 24, 2010

From The Associated Press: VATICAN CITY – Pope Benedict XVI has a new commandment for priests struggling to get their message across: Go forth and blog. The pope, whose own presence on the Web has heavily grown in recent years, urged priests on Saturday to use all multimedia tools at their disposal...

Pilots used laptop computers while straying off course

Joshua Van Hoesen

October 26, 2009

From AFP WASHINGTON (AFP) - Two distracted US pilots were using laptop computers against company rules last week when they overshot their destination by some 150 miles (240 kilometers), federal investigators said. The pilot, 53, and co-pilot, 54, both experienced fliers with 20,000 and 11,000 h...

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