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It’s time to sharpen those pencils, charge up those laptops, pack those backpacks and, last but not least, apply to college! Whether your high school senior has been anxiously awaiting this moment for years or positively dreading it, application season is in full swing!
The University of New Haven is a diverse campus, with students coming from many different backgrounds and cultures. It is important that we offer many different options for our students to observe both their religious and cultural traditions.
For many Americans, the call to serve one’s country is a call that often goes unanswered. But, fortunately, there’s a brave group of men and women who do answer the call and embrace the future that awaits them.
I started teaching at UNH in 1983 to replace a professor
who left in the middle of the semester. I have taught: Building Construction, Incident Command, Fire Prevention, Fire Hydraulics, and Introduction to Emergency Management. At the grad level I have taught:
As part of a national effort to better understand the effect of concussions on athletes, the University of New Haven this fall will become the first college in the nation to use the most advanced high-tech impact sensors to document head trauma to its student-athletes.
Our newest, 370-bed residence hall broke ground in early September. The 90,000-square- foot facility will sit at the southwest corner of campus near Soundview Residence
Hall and is expected to open in the fall of 2014.