The Charger Blog 2022

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National Security Professor’s Expertise Leads to Invitation to Leading International Conference in the Republic of Korea

Dr. Olena Lennon recently visited the Republic of Korea to moderate a session at the World Emerging Security Forum, describing the experience as a remarkable opportunity to share her expertise as well as learn from prominent leaders from around the world. The experience also enabled her to engage with the country’s rich culture, including visiting the Korean Demilitarized Zone.

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Gathering Knowledge, Shaping Future Career Paths as Prison Walls Fade Away

The University of New Haven’s Prison Education Program and its collaboration with the Yale Prison Education Initiative continue to grow – expanding its associate degree program to a second prison in Connecticut, launching a bachelor’s degree program, and becoming one of 73 colleges and universities nationwide selected to be part of the U.S. Department of Education’s Second Chance Pell Experiment.

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School of Health Sciences Receives State Education Grant to Support Summer Health Professions Academy for High School Students

Offered in-person for the second year in a row, the University’s Summer Health Professions Academy will provide high school students exciting and immersive opportunities to explore a variety of professions within healthcare. Organizers hope it will encourage more young people to pursue a career in a field with a need for new talent and myriad career opportunities.