The Charger Bulletin

Cyber Forensics and Research team open their doors

Miriam Correia

September 24, 2014

The Cyber Forensics Research and Education Laboratory at the University of New Haven is now up and running. The Grand Opening ceremony and ribbon cutting was held Friday, Sept 19 in Buckman Hall, followed by a reception in Gehring Hall. Ronald S. Harichandran, Dean of the Tagliatela College of En...

Trying to make the grass greener on the other side?

Kayla Katt

September 24, 2014

While walking to class, I don’t appreciate getting wet from the sprinklers. I also dislike having to dodge the giant puddles in the walkways that the sprinklers make. Sprinklers should be used to water grass, not the concrete and especially not me. The placement of the sprinklers boggles my mind. It’s as if the University of N...

UNH commits to the #ItsOnUs Campaign

Elissa Sanci

September 19, 2014

It’s on all of us University of New Haven student leaders met on Tues., Sept 16 to participate in the White House Campaign Preview Call to discuss the #ItsOnUs campaign. The call was facilitated by Tina Tchen, Assistant to the President and the First Lady's Chief of Staff, as well as Kyle Li...

Warzone of Water Balloons

The Charger Bulletin

September 17, 2014

By Leah Myers The Kappa chapter of Lambda Alpha Upsilon Fraternity Inc. at the University of New Haven hosted several games of capture the flag with a twist: the risk of getting walloped with a water balloon. The Lambda Wetdown, which was held in the Residential Quad on Saturday, Sept. 13 from noon to 4 p.m., was a way for the brothers to interact ...

Scope It Out!

The Charger Bulletin

September 17, 2014

Here are this week’s SCOPE events: Friday, September 19: -Neighbors showing in Gehring 301 at 8 p.m. -Froyo and popcorn at the Friday Showing -Make Your Own Sunglasses in the Bartel’s Programming Space 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday September 20: -Inflatable Fun Fest in the Residential Quad ...

UNH Engineering Students Keep Pizza Hot with Heat Transfer Technology

The Charger Bulletin

September 16, 2014

UNH Engineering Students Keep Pizza Hot with Heat Transfer Technology UNH students develope way to keep pizza hot!                   Maria Isabel Carnasciali, member of UNH’s engineering faculty, explains the technology i...

President’s Public Service Fellowship Presentations

Samantha Higgins

September 16, 2014

The sixteenth year of the President’s Public Service Fellowship at the University of New Haven came to an end Friday Sept 5. Over the course of 11 weeks, 11 UNH students of various majors were placed at different non-profit organizations in New Haven and West Haven for the fellowship. These organizations...

App Secrets

Samantha Mathewson

September 10, 2014

What started as a class project in the University of New Haven’s digital device forensics course has since become world renowned after students discoverd security flaws, breaches of privacy and additional vulnerabilities in chat, dating and social media apps used by nearly one billion subscribers on...

From UNH to Music City, USA

Shannon Livewell

September 10, 2014

The Nashville Initiative: A Semester Study Away Program  The University of New Haven has outdone itself again, but this time it’s catering strictly to students in its music programs, and traveling south to Nashville, Tenn. Nashville is the home of American music and the hub of today’s ...

UNH is a “College of Distinction” for the fourth straight year

Miriam Correia

September 3, 2014

  National higher education guide, Colleges of Distinction, has named the University of New Haven a “College of Distinction” for the fourth year in a row. Colleges on this list are assessed in four key areas: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant campus communities, and successful graduate outcomes. This i...

UNH Recognized by the Princeton Review

Miriam Correia

September 3, 2014

The University of New Haven has managed to get on another esteemed list for this upcoming year. The Princeton Review has recognized UNH for “Best in the Northeast” for 2015. The list includes colleges and universities from 11 states and Washington, D.C. and was developed from data The Princeton...

UNH Fire Science Program Nationally Recognized

Sabrina Foote

September 3, 2014

At first, people may assume that when you say you go to the University of New Haven that you are studying forensic science or criminal justice, but UNH has another major taking over the spotlight. The Fire Science program at UNH was recognized in the month of June by the National Fire Academy for...

The Charger Battery

The Charger Bulletin

September 3, 2014

Positives + After coming back to campus and seeing all the changes, it was nice to finally have lucious grass in the quad. Tossing the football and frisbee or laying out between classes will be much more enjoyable from now on. + Hope everyone enjoyed their day off and got a chance to relax without...

Let Them Go, Let Them Grow

Elissa Sanci

August 27, 2014

Cars lined the roads, students in red shirts pushed orange of baskets full of dorm material into elevators and teens stood around nervously as their parents fussed around. Yes, it’s that time of year again—freshman move-in day. University of New Haven freshmen moved in to their dorm buildings...

Math Zone gets a new course structure and director

Samantha Mathewson

August 27, 2014

Yevgeniya Rivers seeks to create a more cohesive Math Zone environment with a revised course structure this year as new director of the program. “The class now meets in Math Zone,” said Rivers. Unlike the past, the structure of Math Zone now requires students to have an hour and 15-minu...

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