In the Media: June, 2017
|June 23, 2017 - Hartford Courant
Susan Campbell: Immigrants’ Lives Woven In Closing Church
Susan Campbell, distinguished lecturer in communications, comments on the closing of Hartford's Sacred Heart Church (Sagrado Corazon) and its rich immigrant history.
|June 20, 2017 - Digital Forensics
University of New Haven Launches Artifact Genome Project for Digital Forensics Worldwide
An archive of digital forensic information has been launched worldwide by the University of New Haven Cyber Forensics Laboratory and already has more than 100 investigators sharing information.
|June 16, 2017 - WTNH-TV8
UNH Police Department Seeking State Accreditation
The University of New Haven police department is seeking to become the first private university police department in Connecticut.
|June 12, 2017 - Money
Non-Profit Collaboration and Alliances Matter More Than Ever in Times of Catastrophic Cuts
Ron Kuntze, professor of marketing in the College of Business advises non-profits to collaborate to ensure their survival as cuts loom.
|June 10, 2017 - New Haven Register
West Haven's Carrigan School Partnering with University of New Haven
Dietetics students led by Anne Davis, assistant professor, are working with students at Carrigan Middle School on fitness and diet. Students were tested for body composition and fitness levels and given fitness trackers to use this summer. In the fall, they will participate in nutrition activities.
|June 10, 2017 - International Business Times
James Comey Testimony Hearing: What Security Experts Hope To Learn About Russian Hacking From His Remark
Jeff Beatty, lecturer in national security, comments.
|June 9, 2017 - Hartford Courant
Susan Campbell: Brenda’s Life Will Be Honored, Remembered
Susan Campbell, distinguished lecturer in communications, uses her column to describe the impact the death of Brenda, a woman who lived in a storage unit in Hartford's North End, had on the community.
|June 9, 2017 - WalletHub
President Steven Kaplan Featured in Official On-Board Magazine of Amtrak
Juline Mills, professor and chair of hospitality and tourism management, gives advice on how to avoid foreign transaction fees while travelling.
|June 9, 2017 - WNPR
Colin McEnroe Discusses James Comey’s Congressional Testimony
Michael Clark, a lecturer in criminal justice, joins Colin McEnroe for an hour-long discussion of former FBI director James Comey’s testimony to Congress. The link is an excerpt of the show.
|June 9, 2017 - China U.S. Focus
U.S. and North Korea Crawling to Confrontation
Howard Stoffer, associate professor of national security and a former U.S. Department of State official who works on counterterrorism with the United Nations, comments on the unfolding relationship between the U.S. and North Korea.
|June 8, 2017 - Cincinnati Enquirer
Cincinnati Cops Off Duty Work Often Second Job
John DeCarlo, associate professor of criminal justice, comments on the need of many police officers for extra income and says that off-duty work can supplement their incomes without costing the city budget.
|June 8, 2017 - WTIC-AM 1080
Ray Dunaway Discusses the London Attacks
Kenneth Gray, lecturer in criminal justice and national security, discusses what it takes to follow up on every potential terrorist and the changing nature of terrorist attacks around the world.
|June 6, 2017 - El Universal (Mexico City)
Terrorismo Ahora se Ensaña con Objetivos “Blandos"
Kenneth Gray, lecturer in national security, comments on terrorism to this Spanish language publication.
|June 5, 2017 - Fox 61
Local Experts, State Police Weigh in on London, Offer Tips to the Public
David Webb and Kenneth Gray, both of the criminal justice program, talk about the London terror attacks and the changing nature of terrorism.
|June 4, 2017 - New Haven Register
New Haven Scholarship Endowed in the Name of Retired Supreme Court Justice Lubbie Harper, Jr.
Lubbie Harper, one of the University’s most successful alumni, a retired Connecticut Supreme Court judge, has been honored with a named endowed scholarship and a portrait that will hang at the University.
|June 2, 2017 - Post-Gazette
Famed Criminalist Henry Lee Recounts O.J. Simpson Trial
Renown forensic scientist Henry C. Lee, chaired professor, spoke about the O.J. Simpson trial, at which he testified, at a conference in Pittsburgh. Lee was the first honoree at the “Pioneers of Forensic Science” conference.