In the Media: September, 2014

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Sept. 30, 2014 - CTNow.com
"Connecticut's Own Tony Sparano Named Head Coach Of Raiders" Tony Sparano '84 has been named interim head coach of the Oakland Raiders. Sparano was head coach at UNH in 1994-98, leading the Chargers to the Division II championship in 1997.
Sept. 30, 2014 - NBC Connecticut
Jibey Asthappan on Credit Card Security
Jibey Asthappan on Credit Card Security Jibey Asthappan, member of UNH's criminal justice faculty explains how small businesses can curb credit card fraud. (Article not available)
Sept. 26, 2014 - International Reading Association
"Remix Online Content With Mozilla Popcorn" W. Ian O'Byrne, UNH assistant professor of education explains how the process of "remixing" can teach students to become curators, rather than just consumers of online culture.
Sept. 25, 2014 - WTNH.com
"Social Media Campaign Raises HIV Testing Awareness" A social media photo campaign hit the campus of UNH, raising awareness for HIV testing, the virus that causes AIDS. UNH senior Amber Crow spearheaded the behind the scene effort."It was very important to bring it to college campuses where STD rates are so high, where people don’t necessarily have the right information," she said.
Sept. 25, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Forum: Execution Etiquette and the Mob Solution" In an opinion piece, Michael Morris, UNH professor of psychology proposes an alternate method for state-sponsored execution.
Sept. 24, 2014 - Jewish Ledger
"New Haven Federation Honors Dr. Milton Wallack" Dr. Milton Wallack of Branford received the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization’s annual campaign kickoff event, held on Wednesday, Sept. 17. Dr. Wallack is founder of the Dental Hygiene Program at the University of New Haven, where he has served on the University’s Board of Governors.
Sept. 23, 2014 - New Hampshire Business Review
"Recent College Grads Have a PLAN for Zero Waste" UNH is one of nine colleges that participated in PLAN (Post-Landfill Action Network), a national nonprofit startup dedicated to reducing waste in campus communities.
Sept. 23, 2014 - EDGE San Francisco
"HIV Equal Event Held at University of New Haven on Sept. 25" On Thursday, September 25, the popular social media and photographic testing and anti-stigma initiative, "HIV Equal," which was founded by Norwalk-based World Health Clinicians (WHC), is headed to the University of New Haven where it will be joined by Liberty Community Services for its premiere event in the area as part of its national testing and anti-stigma campaign. "HIV Equal" will be held from Noon to 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 25 at the UNH Alumni Lounge in Bartels Hall.
Sept. 22, 2014 - Stamford Plus
"Endowment for Families in Business Presents Evening with Joe Connolly" The Mark Lapine Endowment for Families in Business, a foundation committed to providing resources for families in business in Stamford and Fairfield County, today announced that it will be holding an event with Joe Connolly, of the Wall Street Journal and WCBS NEWSRADIO 880, at 5:30pm on October 7, 2014 at the Sheraton Stamford Hotel. UNH's Center for Family Business joined with First County Bank in Stamford to establish the Mark Lapine Endowment for Families in Business, in partnership with Lapine, a Stamford-based merchandise agency.
Sept. 19, 2014 - New York Times
"Rowland, Ex-Connecticut Governor, Is Convicted in Campaign Finance Case" Mike Clark, member of UNH's criminal justice faculty and a former FBI agent, played key roles in both of ex-Connecticut governor John Rowland's convictions in 2004 and 2014. In 2004, Clark was charged with investigating public corruption and with the help of colleagues gathered much of the evidence that led to Mr. Rowland’s conviction. In the current case, Clark was a Republican contender in the same 2012 congressional race as Lisa Wilson-Foley, who pleaded guilty earlier this year to violations of campaign finance laws in connection with services provided by Rowland. Clark spotted some of the irregularities that helped unravel the scheme.
Sept. 19, 2014 - New Haven Register
"University of New Haven Cyber Lab to Help Solve Crime" UNH dedicated its new Cyber Forensic Research and Education Laboratory (CFREL), considered the first of its kind in the state. The lab will be used to help expose security flaws and other cyber crimes. "If we discover new ways to solve crime, that’s what we want to do," said Abe Baggili, assistant professor and director of the Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group (cFREG), which was started last fall.
Sept. 19, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Roiled By The Boiled Dinner" In a humor column, Mark J. Drozdowski, UNH director of university communication takes a poke at regional cuisine - the New England boiled dinner.
Sept. 18, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Letter to the Editor: Foley’s Business Experience What State Needs" David A. Robinson, UNH adjunct faculty of business endorses Tom Foley for governor of Connecticut.
Sept. 18, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Lawrence J. DeNardis: Confessions of a Newspaper Junkie" Lawrence J. DeNardis, former president of UNH reminisces about the heyday of the printed newspaper.
Sept. 18, 2014 - West Haven Voice
Teens Explore Career Choices
"Teens Explore Career Choices" Tatiana Gay, a West Haven High student, spent her summer break toing research at UNH's Crime Scene Investigation Academy. Program fees for her and other WHHS students were covered through a West Haven schools-UNH partnership. (Article not available)
Sept. 17, 2016 - WTIC-AM
[AUDIO] Matthew Schmidt on ISIS/ISIL (This audio file has been removed by the publisher.)
[AUDIO] Matthew Schmidt on ISIS/ISIL Matthew Schmidt, member of UNH’s national security and political science faculty explains the differences between ISIS/ISIL and al-Qaeda, the future of the Islamic State in the Middle East, and potential U.S. policy strategy in the region.
Sept. 17, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Saybrook Point Inn & Spa Reception to Benefit Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts" Stephen Tagliatela, member of UNH's board of governors helped broker a deal to affiliate Lyme Academy of Fine Arts with the University of New Haven and become the West Haven school’s sixth college this year. Tagliatela and his family are partners in the Saybrook Point Inn & Spa, which will hold a special evening reception Thursday from 6-8 p.m. to benefit Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in its new form.
Sept. 16, 2014 - TechNewsWorld
"Spotlight on Security: Web-Surfing Adults More Infection-Prone Than Teens" The University of New Haven hosts the Sixth International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime, Sept. 18-20. Registration: $669, member; $839, non-member; $369, student.
Sept. 16, 2014 - New Haven Register
"New Haven, West Haven, UNH Officials Break Ground For New Magnet School" Officials from both New Haven and West Haven turned out Tuesday to celebrate the start of construction for the new, University of New Haven-affiliated Engineering & Science University Magnet School, widely known by its acronym, ESUMS.
Sept. 16, 2014 - Hartford Courant
"Global Competition Requires Multilingual Americans" In an op-ed piece, Kevin Conlan '14 M.S.,'18 M.S. writes that Americans are losing out on business deals and employment due to a monolingual approach and suggests a technological solution.
Sept. 17, 2014 - IT News
"Browser Vulnerability Caps Rough Few Months For Android Security" Researchers from the University of New Haven revealed that popular Android apps like Instagram, OkCupid, Grindr and many others stored photos and other data on servers that didn't even require authentication to access. Which means that anyone with the link can grab the file at their leisure. Moreover, many of the same apps didn't encrypt chat logs, or even use SSL to secure communications between users.
Sept. 16, 2014 - New Haven Independent
"ESUMS Ground Broken" New Haven’s Engineering Science University Magnet School (ESUMS) broke ground today for a five-story cantilevered structure with state-of-the-art labs, computers, and 3-D printers galore, on the campus of UNH. The college-prep interdistrict magnet school enrolls 65 percent of its kids from New Haven, 20 percent from West Haven—where the adjacent University will provide classes, teachers, and mentors—and 15 percent from surrounding Connecticut towns.
Sept. 16, 2014 - CBS Sports
"Schools Can Give Out 4-Year Athletic Scholarships, But Many Don't" The NCAA is now in its third academic year since passing a rule giving schools the option to provide multiyear scholarships. The idea is catching on at some schools, but it's virtually non-existent at others. An article written by three University of New Haven scholars for the College Sport Research Institute notes that the NCAA passed rules in 1967 allowing the immediate cancellation of a scholarship for an athlete who voluntarily withdraws from sports or fails to follow a coach's instructions.
Sept. 15, 2014 - Chicago Tribune
"Two North Shore Women Bring New Hope to Parents of College Freshman and Students in Roommate Matching" UNH was an early-adopter of a Chicago startup called Compatibility, which uses an app based on an algorithm and an online service that helps college students find highly compatible roommates.
Sept. 15, 2014 - Smithsonian.com
"What Is the Universe? Real Physics Has Some Mind-Bending Answers" Any "Astronomy 101" book will tell you that the universe burst into being during the big bang. But what existed before that point, and what triggered the explosion? Nikodem Poplawski, member of UNH's physics faculty makes the case that our universe was forged inside a really big black hole.
Sept. 14, 2014 - Epoch Times (Associated Press) 
"NY State Police Hosting Annual Homicide Seminar" UNH's Dr. Henry Lee is a scheduled speaker at the 27tth Colonel Henry F. Williams International Homicide Seminar that starts Monday and runs through Thursday at the State Police Academy.
Sept. 12, 2014 - WTIC-AM
[AUDIO] Matthew Schmidt on ISIS response (This file has been removed by the original publisher.)
[AUDIO] Matthew Schmidt on ISIS response Matthew Schmidt provides analysis on President Obama’s recent address regarding U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East with regard to ISIS.
Sept. 12, 2014 - GlobeNewswire
"Roommate Connect(c) Cloud-Based Cutting-Edge Technology Scores Big in College Roommate Matching; AI and Psychology Pair Matches Made in Heaven for Co-Eds On and Off Campus" UNH was an early adopter of Roommate Connect, a cloud-based cutting-edge technology that matches roommates according to similarities and differences, promotes social and emotional development, and takes into account diversity and multi-cultural initiatives -- which federally and state-funded schools are held accountable for.
Sept. 12, 2014 - Insurance Journal
"Major League Baseball Balks at Foul Ball Safety Measures" Gil Fried, sports management professor at UNH is critical of Major League Baseball's inadequate response to reducing risk of injury to spectators. About 1,750 spectators get hurt each year by batted balls, mostly fouls, at major-league games, or at least twice every three games, a first-of-its-kind analysis by Bloomberg News has found.
Sept. 12, 2014 - NewsTimes
"Roommate Connect(C) Cloud-Based Cutting-Edge Technology Scores Big in College Roommate Matching; AI and Psychology Pair Matches Made in Heaven for Co-Eds On and Off Campus" UNH was an early adopter of Roommate Connect, a cloud-based cutting-edge technology that matches roommates according to similarities and differences, promotes social and emotional development, and takes into account diversity and multi-cultural initiatives -- which federally and state-funded schools are held accountable for.
Sept. 12, 2014 - WXXA
Henry C. Lee at Col. Henry F. Williams International Seminar
Henry C. Lee at Col. Henry F. Williams International Seminar UNH's Dr. Henry C. Lee will be a featured speaker at the 27th Col. Henry F. Williams International Seminar in Albany, NY. (Article not available)
Sept. 12, 2014 - International Business Times
"Data Leaks In Social Media Apps Like Instagram, Grindr And Oovoo Found By Researchers" Researchers from UNH found out that some of the social media apps like Instagram, Grindr, Oovoo, Vine, Nimbuzz, Voxer and some of Android apps are leaking unencrypted data. The group noted that the social media apps are transmitting and storing unencrypted images, conversations, screenshots that were not taken by the users and even passwords in plain text.
Sept. 11, 2014 - Baltimore Sun
"In Policing, Less Can Be More [Commentary]" UNH professor emeritus Paul Marx looks at the structure and operation of police departments across the country and suggests ways to reduce mistrust and breed respect for law enforcement.
Sept. 11, 2014 - Roll Call
"Congress Should Push for U.S. Peacekeepers in Ukraine, Now | Commentary" Matthew Schmidt, assistant professor of political science/national security and Christopher Shays, Distinguished Fellow in Public Service at UNH have authored an op-ed outlining the case for the deployment of U.S. troops as peacekeepers in Ukraine.
Sept. 11, 2014 - CT News Junkie
"OP-ED | Tea Party Stress Test" Joshua Sandman, professor of political science at UNH, says the economic recovery will remain weak and the disruptive Tea Party strong unless issues impacting average citizens — such as troublesome mortgage and foreclosure situations, family debt, inequality, a low-wage job market, dropouts from the work force, and job displacement through technology and globalization are addressed.
Sept. 11, 2014 - NBC Connecticut 
UNH Remembers 9/11 [1]
UNH Remembers 9/11 The University of New Haven remembers the 13th anniversary of 9/11.  Due to copyright issues, audio and video links are no longer available.
Sept. 11, 2014 - WTIC Fox 61
"University of New Haven Remembers 9/11" The 13th anniversary of 9/11 is being commemorated on college campuses across the state. The UNH community gathered to pay solemn tribute to two alumni who died in the World Trade Center, and to recognize the heroes who rushed toward danger to help. "Whatever we do, whatever we have done, whatever we will do in future years, it’s all intended to help us simply remember," said Martin O’Connor, associate professor of criminal justice and forensic sciences at UNH.
Sept. 11, 2014 - New Haven Register Media Center
[PHOTO GALLERY] "The University of New Haven Undergraduate Student Government conducts a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on campus on 9/11/2014. [PHOTO GALLERY] The University of New Haven Undergraduate Student Government conducted a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on campus on 9/11/2014
Sept. 11, 2014 - Connecticut CT - American Towns
"Headline - if multimedia drop quotes" When Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts merged with the University of New Haven this summer, administrators promised little would change. But they were talking about the academic programs and not the College’s physical plant. Probably the most noticeable change visible to passers-by is the exterior painting, which is giving the campus, thanks to the merger, a fresh, revitalized appearance.
Sept. 10, 2014 - Social Times
"End-to-End Encryption is the Only Real Security" Ibrahim Baggili, assistant professor of computer science at UNH identified more than 20 apps that may be storing sensitive data, sending messages and leaving multimedia unencrypted on company servers. This list of apps includes Instagram, OkCupid, Grindr, Kik, Whisper and Vine. "A lot of these apps don’t encrypt the data, like pictures, text messages or audio," says Baggili. He added that "these developers are sloppy and don’t take security seriously."
Sept. 10, 2014 - ResearchBuzz
"Apple, Partpic, Astronomy, More: Afternoon Buzz, September 10th, 2014" Researchers from the University of New Haven have uncovered a mixed bag of security issues involving the Android apps of a number of popular social media sites including Instagram, Vine, Nimbuzz, OoVoo and Voxer, just to name a few.
Sept. 9, 2014 - Bloomberg
"Baseball Caught Looking as Fouls Injure 1,750 Fans a Year" About 1,750 spectators get hurt each year by batted balls, mostly fouls, at major-league games, or at least twice every three games, a first-of-its-kind analysis by Bloomberg News has found. A foul liner may reach speeds of more than 100 miles per hour, leaving onlookers with barely a second to react, said Gil Fried, UNH sports management professor who has testified as an expert witness in lawsuits against teams.
Sept. 9, 2014 - We Live Security
"Chat Apps Leak: Billion App Users from Okcupid to Grindr at Risk" Nearly a billion users of a dozen chat apps for Android including popular apps such as Instagram, Oovoo, OKCupid and Grindr could be at risk from eavesdroppers and snoopers after University of New Haven researchers found serious data leakage problems.
Sept. 9, 2014 - Threatpost 
"Privacy Vulnerabilities in Popular Android Apps Disclosed" Researchers from the University of New Haven have taken to YouTube this week to publicize vulnerabilities in a dozen Android apps, including Instagram, Vine and OKCupid. UNH has chosen to disclose the issues, most which result from the storage of unencrypted content on the apps’ servers, over the course of five videos in five days.
Sept. 9, 2014 - FierceITSecurity
"Spotlight: A Billion Users' Privacy at Risk from Popular Android Apps" Popular Android apps, such as Instagram, Grindr, and OkCupid, have failed basic security testing, putting close to 1 billion users' privacy at risk, according to a new study by University of New Haven's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group cited by IDG News Service. The apps demonstrated security weakness in storing and transmitting data.
Sept. 9, 2014 - OregonLive.com
"Wayne Harrison Went from Auto Mechanic to Novelist" Wayne Harrison '96 B.A.'s first novel "The Spark and the Drive," is being praised for its authenticity about what it's like to work under a hood of a car.
Sept. 9, 2014 - WTIC Fox 61
UNH Testing Concussion-Detecting Helmets
UNH Testing Concussion-Detecting Helmets The hazards of sports-related head injuries have been widely publicized. A new law requires Connecticut high schools to prevent students from returning to games after a head injury until they are seen by a health professional. UNH is testing out concussion-detecting helmets. (Article not available)
Sept. 9, 2014 - mcts – mcitp – mcp training
"Popular Android Apps Fail Basic Security Tests, Putting Privacy At Risk" UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group (UNHcFREG), which earlier this year found vulnerabilities in the messaging applications WhatsApp and Viber, has now found that Instagram and Grindr stored images on their servers that were accessible without authentication as well. These and many other Android applications fail to take basic precautions to protect their users’ data, putting their privacy at risk, according to new study.
Sept. 9, 2014 - Yale Daily News
"Antiviolence Program Gains Funding, Loses Leader" Project Longevity, an antiviolence and crime-reduction initiative designed to guide at-risk youth in Hartford, Bridgeport and New Haven has received $1 million from the state of Connecticut. The program will fund coordinator salaries and research collaboratives with institutions such as UNH.
Sept. 8, 2014 - WTNH
UNH Researchers Detailing Cyber Security Risks on Smartphone Apps
UNH Researchers Detailing Cyber Security Risks on Smartphone Apps Cyber experts at UNH give new insights on the risks users run every time they use some of the more popular social media applications now on the market. Due to copyright issues, audio and video links are no longer available.
Sept. 8, 2014 - CNET
"Researchers Find Data Leaks in Instagram, Grindr, Oovoo and More" By sniffing out the details of network communications, UNH researchers have uncovered a host of data-leakage problems in Instagram, Vine, Nimbuzz, OoVoo, Voxer and several other Android apps. "Security is an afterthought," said Ibrahim Baggili, director of the university's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group.
Sept. 8, 2014 - SC Magazine
"Researchers Reveal Security Issues in Android Apps" UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group has revealed security issues impacting popular Android apps, including those for Instagram and OKCupid users. The research group will post a week-long series that will shed light on privacy issues affecting Android and iOS apps.
Sept. 8, 2014 - Huffington Post
"Grindr, OkCupid Are Failing To Take This Basic Security Measure, Researchers Say" Top social and dating apps, including Instagram, OkCupid, GroupMe, and Grindr, could give hackers access to what users think are private messages, according to research from UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group.
Sept. 8, 2014 - Wall St. Cheat Sheet
"How Your Apps May Be Exposing Your Private Data" According to research published by UNH's Cyber Forensics Research & Education Group (cFREG), popular Android and iOS apps used by 968 million smartphone users are susceptible to a wide variety of serious security issues, privacy breaches, and other vulnerabilities, many caused by a lack of basic encryption and authentication to protect information when it’s transmitted or stored.
Sept. 8, 2014 - Venture Beat
"Instagram, Grindr Among Apps Pegged as Potential Privacy Leaks" Nearly a billion users of almost two dozen popular Android and iOS apps — including Instagram, OkCupid, Words with Friends, Vine, and Line — are jeopardizing their privacy, according to research findings announced today by UNH. "A lot of these apps don’t encrypt the data, like pictures, text messages, or audio," assistant professor of computer science Dr. Abe Baggili told VentureBeat. This means that passwords are sometimes left in plain text, transmissions are sent in the clear, and files are unprotected on company servers.
Sept. 8, 2014 - PC World
"Popular Android Apps Fail Basic Security Tests, Putting Privacy at Risk" Instagram, Grindr, OkCupid and many other Android applications fail to take basic precautions to protect their users' data, putting their privacy at risk, according to new study. The findings comes from UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group (UNHcFREG), which earlier this year found vulnerabilities in the messaging applications WhatsApp and Viber. "What we really find is that app developers are pretty sloppy," said Ibrahim Baggili, UNHcFREG's director and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law.
Sept. 8, 2014 - Information Technology World
"Are Android Apps Putting Your Privacy at Risk?" Instagram, Grindr, OkCupid and many other Android applications fail to take basic precautions to protect their users’ data, putting their privacy at risk, according to new study. The findings comes from UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group (UNHcFREG), which earlier this year found vulnerabilities in the messaging applications WhatsApp and Viber.
Sept. 6, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Funding for Project Longevity Violence Reduction Program to Double" The state is doubling the money it allocates for Project Longevity, which works to curb gun violence in the state’s largest cities, in this fiscal year. The project launched in New Haven in 2012 and is aimed at reducing violence and helping people get out of the gang lifestyle. Of the state disbursements, UNH received $153,056, to go toward research, analysis and a statewide coordinator position. The UNH director of media relations said $50,677 of this amount was used for personnel costs, such as faculty, staff, students and fringe benefits.
Sept. 6, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Chris Pincince Era Begins at New Haven" The Chris Pincince era officially begins on Saturday with the Chargers playing West Chester (Pa.) at 1 p.m. at DellaCamera Stadium. The Chargers were picked to finish second in the NE-10 preseason poll.
Sept. 5, 2014 - HispanicBusiness.com
"Investigators from University of New Haven Release New Data on Digital Technology" Research at UNH's College of Engineering examines the forensic soundness of the use of forensic bootable CD/DVDs as forensic examination environments. The approach can be used to experimentally validate new bootable CD/DVD distributions as forensically sound.
Sept. 4, 2014 - Cloud Tweaks
"Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality" The second part of a mini two part series examining a report by the UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group that revealed that poor app design and incorrect usage were the primary factors putting user’s data at risk. This segment looks at whether the cloud has any case to answer, what other security vulnerabilities exist, and what the future holds for online storage services.
Sept. 3, 2014 - Fierce Big Data
UNH Cyber Forensics Reveals Android App Issues Affecting 968 Million
"UNH Cyber Forensics Reveals Android App Issues Affecting 968 Million" Next week, the University of New Haven's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group will reveal through a series of five YouTube videos security flaws, breaches of privacy and additional vulnerabilities in chat, dating and other social media apps.
Sept. 3, 2014 - Cloud Tweaks
"Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 1: The Fallout" Recent days have seen an avalanche of private images belonging to celebrities released on to various internet chat boards. Is the cloud to blame or are apps and users at fault? A recent report by UNH's Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group says that security flaws, breaches of privacy and additional vulnerabilities in apps as diverse as instant chat services, online dating sites and social media facilities are now putting nearly one billion subscribers as risk of problems.
Sept. 3, 2014 - New Haven Register
"Lawrence J. DeNardis: Out of Horrible Turmoil, is a New Middle East Possible?" In an op-ed, former UNH president and former congressman Lawrence J. DeNardis discusses options for responding to the ISIL crisis in the Middle East.
Sept. 3, 2014 - New Haven Register
"New Haven Artist Featured at Wesleyan’s Green Street" "Colony Collapse" is a new new exhibit by Joseph Smolinski, member of UNH's art and design faculty at Wesleyan’s Green Street Arts Center. The exhibit combines three-dimensional printed honeybees serving as monuments to the bees that have disappeared along with drawings of climates and a special 3D animated video clip that brings viewers into the world.
Sept. 3, 2014 - Middletown Press
"Lyme Academy College Faculty Show Opens Sept. 12 with Public Reception" A group of 13 studio faculty members of Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts of the University of New Haven will be featured in an exhibition at the college’s Chauncey Stillman Gallery opening Friday, Sept. 12, with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sept. 3, 2014 - Quinnipiac Chronicle
"Medical Marijuana Disallowed on Campus" Although Connecticut approved the use of medical marijuana in 2012, state and federal law prohibits its use on college campuses and universities. "Right now the policy [at UNH} is the state policy, which is not allowed on campus," according to UNH Chief of Police Mark DeLieto.
Sept. 2, 2014 - Cloud Tweaks
"Cyber Forensics Research Study: Possible 968 Million Android Users Affected" A recent study has been released by the Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group (cFREG) at the University of New Haven, which found that there are serious security and privacy problems in the Android platform. 968 million Android users may be at risk due to the flaws in various social media and communication apps. These flaws could allow an attacker to access users’ passwords, as well as private data stored on company servers.
Sept. 2, 2014 - Boston Globe
"Students’ Old Gear Gets a Recycling Push" UNH is one of a growing number of colleges to collect departing students’ reusable gear and sell the leftovers at low prices to incoming students at on-campus yard sales.
Sept. 1, 2014 - WTIC-AM
[AUDIO] Matthew Schmidt on Russian Occupation of Ukraine Matthew Schmidt, member of UNH's national security and political science faculty, assesses the latest developments in Ukraine and the impact on NATO and U.S. foreign policy.