KAGYA AMOAKO PH.D.
NASA Space Grant funds professor’s work to thwart bacteria on spaceships
In order to best protect the health and well-being of our University community, and in accordance with the latest public health guidance, we are requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for all members of our University community. More than 500 colleges and universities across the country – including many of our peer institutions in Connecticut – have implemented this policy to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on their campuses.
Fully vaccinated members of our University community will be able to immerse themselves in work and learning environments featuring pre-pandemics norms for class formats, student life, and other staples of the Charger experience.COVID-19 Info Summer 2021 Info Fall 2021 Planning
External funding strengthens faculty research, teaching, and creative activities; contributes to the educational experience of students; offers opportunities for expanded curricular, programming, and outreach activities; and provides additional visibility for the innovative research and scholarly activities that are being conducted at the University.
Whether it’s externally funded research, collaborative activities, publications, pedagogical inquiry, faculty-mentored student research, or contributions to their professions and the public, University of New Haven scholars have a wide range of interests. Opportunities for students to engage in research, service learning, and international studies abound.Learn More
Student research is an important component of a transformational University of New Haven educational experience.Learn More