The Charger Blog 2021

Bradley Woodworth, Ph.D., at the recent event in Connecticut with women dressed in Estonian national costumes.

Bradley Woodworth, Ph.D.

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‘My Experiences in the Baltic Region in the Early 1990s Were the Most Powerful of My Entire Life’

As a student and journalist in the Baltic region of the USSR in the early 1990s, I witnessed firsthand the fear and turmoil that overtook the area. I recently reflected on that time during a special event in Connecticut that brought together locals with ties to the Baltics to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the restoration of independence in that region.

Olena Lennon, Ph.D., traveling in between polling stations in Gavar, Armenia.

Observing an Election

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Political Science Professor Serves as Election Observer in Armenia

Olena Lennon, Ph.D., an adjunct professor of political science at the University of New Haven, reflects on her trip to Armenia in June as part of an Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Election Observation Mission to observe early parliamentary elections. She discusses her role in the mission, visiting Armenia, and what she learned, as well as how she plans to draw on her experience in the classroom.

Engineering Students

Design Expo

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Virtual Capstone Design Expo 2021

The Capstone Design Expo is an opportunity for our students to showcase the results from their capstone design course. Student teams work to create a specific design solution for a "customer's" real and unique need. Design and design education are, by their nature, experiential and collaborative, and our design team sponsors are our key collaborators. As a result of this collaboration, students bring energy and new ideas to meet the design need.

Image of a student using their calculator.

Actuarial Science

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University’s New Actuarial Science Program Looks to Position Students for Exciting, Well-Paid Positions

Beginning this fall, the University of New Haven will offer a bachelor’s degree in actuarial science, a degree combining mathematics, business, statistics, and finance. Actuaries are especially sought after among insurance companies, and the University’s proximity to the “insurance capital of the world” will offer students a variety of internship and employment opportunities.