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History[edit]

The University of New Haven was founded in 1920 as the New Haven YMCA Junior College, a division of Northeastern University; it became New Haven College in 1926.[1] The College offered instruction in business and engineering to local students. For nearly forty years, the school owed much to Yale University, for the use of its buildings and laboratories and for the assistance of its faculty and graduate students. Due to growing student demand for day as well as evening courses, the college built a modern classroom building near East Rock in New Haven in 1958; in the same year it also received state authorization to offer bachelor of science degrees in engineering and business. After outgrowing the new building, the college acquired the former New Haven County Orphanage complex (now known as Ellis C. Maxcy Hall) in West Haven in 1960. With a campus that now consisted of three buildings – Maxcy Hall, the Gate House, and a Student Services building – the school embarked on an aggressive building program throughout the 1960s. In 1965, the first building to be completed was the Student Center, now known as Bartel's Hall. The construction of Buchman Hall and dormitories followed.

As the school expanded physically, it also enlarged the scope of its academic degrees into the arts and science, public safety, hotel and restaurant administration, and graduate education. New Haven College received full accreditation for its baccalaureate programs from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges in 1966.[2]

In 1969, the college added a Graduate School, initially offering programs in the fields of business administration and industrial engineering. In 1970, on the fiftieth anniversary of its founding, New Haven College became the University of New Haven, reflecting the increased scope and the diversity of academic programs offered.[3]

Academic Overview[edit]

The university awards undergraduate associate and bachelor’s degrees in over 80 majors and master’s degrees in nearly 30 areas of study, as well as a doctorate in criminal justice.[4] In the five years prior to 2011, the University added 15 new bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs. In fall 2010, the school launched its bachelor’s programs in Sustainability studies and Professional studies, a new master’s program in Engineering & Operations Management, and a doctoral program in Criminal Justice.

Approximately 33% of students are enrolled in arts and sciences, 21% in business, 12% in engineering, and 34% in criminal justice and forensic sciences.[5]

A number of the university’s undergraduate degree programs have been nationally recognized, most notably the nationally accredited engineering programs, forensic science, and music and sound recording.[6] The university’s new environmental science program has seen its enrollment double in recent years(since when?). The College of Arts and Sciences Theater program has been selected to host the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in January 2012.[7]

Since the 1970s, both the undergraduate and graduate student populations have included significant numbers of international students attracted by the university’s career-oriented programs in the colleges of Business, Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Criminal Justice and Forensic sciences.

add: UNH Ranked in Top Tier of Regional Universities in the North by U.S. News for Second Year in a Row[8]

  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • College of Business
  • Henry C. Lee College
  • Tagliatela College of Engineering
  • University College

Experiential Learning[edit]

Faculty-Mentored Research[edit]

Students work with a selected faculty mentor through courses on independent study, laboratory research, and/or a thesis. The program requires a commitment of several semesters. The research can be scientific, scholarly, artistic or business related. The program concludes with a thesis or major presentation.

Internships[edit]

Experiential learning opportunities are a way for students at the University of New Haven to gain insight into the students field of interest, explore vocation, and participate in servant leadership. The internship program at the University of New Haven guides both undergraduate and graduate students who choose to participate through finding a site, interviewing, and learning how to make the most of their experience. Upon completion of most internship programs the student is required to reflect on the experience and use the internship as a way to move forward in both their educational and professional careers.

Study Abroad[edit]

The University offers a study abroad program[9] as a broadening educational experience. The school is one of the few institutions to offer this experience to first-semester freshmen, as well as to sophomores, juniors and seniors.[10] Countries include China, Germany, India, Ireland, Russia and Poland, among others. The school also participates in an exchange program with the University of Lincoln in England and the University of Jaén in Spain.[11]

Campus Buildings and Facilities Option 1[edit]

The university’s 82-acre campus features 28 buildings that contain modern laboratory and library facilities, “Smart classrooms,” cutting-edge computer technology and equipment, a recreation center, and residential facilities. From 2005 – 2010, the school invested more than $105 million in new campus construction and renovations. These projects included:

David A. Beckerman Recreation Center: a $15.5 million, 56,500 sq. ft. complex that includes 6,000 square feet of fitness space featuring cardio equipment and nautilus free weights and circuit training machines along with a 1/10th mile suspended indoor jogging/walking track, two full-size activity courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton, a multi-activity court for floor hockey and indoor soccer, two racquetball courts, fitness performance studios, juice bar, locker room and lounge spaces.[12]

Soundview Residence Hall: the university’s first “green” building, which received national Leadership in Energy Efficient Design (LEED) Gold certification.v[13]

Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium: home of the University’s “Chargers” teams, it encompasses a Sprinturf football field in the University’s signature blue and gold colors, baseball, and softball fields, as well as tennis courts and a gymnasium with basketball and volleyball court. Also, on campus, the Kayo soccer and lacrosse fields. [14]

Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science: a $14 million facility that incorporates working crime-scene labs and high-tech visual displays and offers high-level, technologically based training for law enforcement officers, prosecutors, judges, teachers and students. It also houses an extensive forensic archive.[15]

Bartels Student Activities Center: a two-story multi-use space that includes student and faculty dining areas, which support student activities when not being used for dining.[16]

The university is also home to:

The Samuel S. Bergami, Jr. Learning Center for Finance and Technology: a combination class room and trading floor that uses Wall Street-grade technology, including a stock ticker. Business college students can engage in exercises that include managing real and virtual portfolios. Software and data feeds include Reuters, Bloomberg, CRSP, and LINDO.[17]

The Laurel Vlock Center for Convergent Media: a facility that brings together media technologies serving radio, TV, newspapers and the Internet. Its aim is to produce well-trained professionals adept at the last technologies and able to write, plan production, edit video and post on the web. It is the only Macintosh Final Cut Pro® Certified facility in Connecticut.[18]

Specialized laboratories for engineering students: available to students beginning in their first year, they include a Multidisciplinary Foundation Laboratory, an Instrumentation and Mechanics Laboratory, a Thermo/Fluids Laboratory, the Interfacing and Control Laboratory, the Center for Thermofluid and Multiphase Phenomena, the Steinhauser Study Center, and a fully-equipped Machine Shop.[19]

Campus Buildings and Facilities Option 2[edit]

The university’s 82-acre campus features 28 buildings that contain modern laboratory and library facilities, “Smart classrooms,” cutting-edge computer technology and equipment, a recreation center, and residential facilities.

Academic[edit]

Building Description
Harugari Hall[20] Classrooms, South Campus
Buckman Hall Taglietela College of Engineering[21]
Kaplan Hall Classrooms, Career Services, Center for Experiential Learning
Echlin Hall Information Services, University College, Fire Science, ELS, Graduate Admissions, International Admissions
Levy Family Fire Investigation Laboratory[22] [23] [24] Fire Science Laboratory
Henry C. Lee Institute Building[25] [26] [27] [28] College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science

Residence Halls[edit]

Building Description
New Hall Public Affairs, Alumni Relations and University Advancement, Residence Hall, Dining Hall, Human Resources
Sheffield Hall Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, Campus Access Services, Residence Hall
Bixler Hall Office of Residential Life, Residence Hall
Bethel Hall Residence Hall
Botwinik Hall Residence Hall, Food Services
Dunham Hall Residence Hall
Winchester Hall Residence Hall
Soundview Hall Residence Hall

Administrative Buildings[edit]

Building Description
New Hall Public Affairs, Alumni Relations and University Advancement, Residence Hall, Dining Hall, Human Resources
Sheffield Hall Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, Campus Access Services, Residence Hall
Bixler Hall Office of Residential Life, Residence Hall
Botwinik Hall Residence Hall, Food Services
Kaplan Hall Classrooms, Career Services, Center for Experiential Learning
Echlin Hall Information Services, University College, Fire Science, ELS, Graduate Admissions, International Admissions
Maxcy Hall Office, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, Financial Aid
Bayer Hall Psychology Building
Gate House Faculty and Administration Offices
South Campus Hall Graduate & Undergraduate Registrar's Offices

Athletics[edit]

Building Description
Chargers Gymnasium[29] [30] [31] Athletic Complex
Sports Medicine Sports Medicine Offices
David A. Beckerman Recreational Center [32] [33] [34] [35] Gym, Recreation Center
Arcadio "Kayo" Rodriguez, Jr. Field[36] [37] Sports Fields

Other Facilities on Campus[edit]

Building Description
Marvin K Perterson Library Library and Experiential Learning
UNH Campus Store Campus Book Store, Campus Card Office
Bartels Hall Campus Center, Dining Hall
Sheffield Hall Information Services, University College, Fire Science, ELS, Graduate Admissions, International Admissions
Arbeiter Maenner Chor German Club

Student Life[edit]

The university presents cultural events through the College of Arts and Sciences’ Arts@Night program. Also, the Seton Art Gallery hosts exhibitions from artists all around the globe, in addition to the Juried Student art competition and faculty exhibits. Dodds Theater is the scene of plays, musicals, children’s theater, and recitals.

The university strongly encourages student involvement in the community and community service. Club outreach, the Alternative Spring Break program, and the President’s Public Service fellowship program in the summer are some of the ways students show their commitment to the community.

Off Campus[edit]

The university campus is ten minutes from downtown New Haven, a city rich in art and cultural events, intellectual and scientific pursuits and many small shops and businesses. The Shubert and Long Wharf theatres, the Yale Repertory Theatre, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the Peabody Museum of Natural History, the Eli Whitney Museum, the Yale Center for British Art, and the oldest university gallery in the western hemisphere – the Yale University Art Gallery – are all located in New Haven.

Student Organizations[edit]

Undergraduate Clubs[edit]

Undergraduate students participate in more than 100 clubs and organizations.

NAACP Black Student Union Caribbean Student Association International Student Association Latin American Student Association
Alpha Lambda Delta American Criminal Justice Association American Society of Interior Designers Fire Science Club Legal Society
Forensic Science & Chemistry Club Marine Biology Club Music & Entertainment Industry Student Association Psychology Club Sports Industry Club
Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers National Society of Black Engineers Victimology Club Ambassadors for Christ Student Pagans Educating, Leading, & Learning
5,6,7,8 Dance Chargers Pep Band College Democrats College Republicans Gaming Club
Jedi Knitters Paintball Club Paranormal Investigation & Research Organization SCUBA Club Surf/Snow/Ski Club
Students Making an Impact in Their Living Environment UNH Ice Hockey UNH Pride UNH Wrestling Club Undergraduate Student Government

Greek Life[edit]

At UNH, we have both local and national fraternities and sororities. Local fraternities and sororities are not part of a national organization, although its alumnae may live across the country and remain involved with the collegiate chapter. National fraternities and sororities are overseen by a National Headquarters and have collegiate chapter affiliates across the country or world.

Fraternity Sorority
Sigma Lambda Beta Omega Phi Beta
Delta Chi Chi Kappa Rho
Sigma Chi Delta Epsilon Beta
Kappa Gamma Rho Delta Phi Epsilon
Lambda Alpha Upsilon Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha Inc.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lambda Psi Delta
Phi Beta Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma
Zeta Phi Beta
Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority Inc.[38]

Graduate Clubs[edit]

Graduate students participate in the graduate Student Council and several academic clubs and organizations.

Graduate Student Council[39] UNH-Society for Human Resource Management [40]
Graduate Forensic Science Club Graduate Sports Management Club

Student Media[edit]

WNHU 88.7 FM[edit]

WNHU 88.7 FM, the university’s non-commercial radio station, first signed onto the air at 1600 EDT on July 4, 1973. It was voted “Best College Radio Station 2011” in a readers’ poll conducted by the New Haven Advocate newspaper.[41] Prior to that, it was voted #1 College Radio Station in Connecticut” for the three years leading up to 2008 by the paper’s “Best of Reader’s Poll.”[42][43]

The station is run by a communications professor/general manager, with a 50/50 ratio of student disc jockeys and community volunteers.

In 2008, the station launched its website[44] , which offers advertising and promotion of area musicians, gives web listeners ready access to popular DJ bios [45] and photos, and offers playlists and expanded station information. The station is known for being eclectic in its choice of music and programming -- mixing jazz, rock, hip-hop, Celtic, and salsa music, and "alternative news".

Charger Bulletin[edit]

As the official student newspaper of the University of New Haven since 1938, the The Charger Bulletin [46] strives to write articles that express opinion and news from a student’s point of view. They cover on-campus and off-campus events; local, national and important international news stories; and they even feature political editorials, comics, entertainment reviews and more. Of all the many features of the Charger Bulletin, one of the most popular is The Charger Battery — a recap of the week at UNH, covering both the pros and cons with a sarcastic twist.

Though known for publishing the weekly paper, The Charger Bulletin has also worked with many local events such as New Haven’s College Night[47] , an event for all local college students that takes place in the Broadway area of downtown New Haven. Colleges involved include the University of New Haven, Yale University, Southern Connecticut State University, and Albertus Magnus College.

In 2007, The Charger Bulletin unleashed it’s first-ever edition online[48] . The newspaper is currently produced weekly and is available in hard copy and online.

Athletics[edit]

The University of New Haven has one of the finest comprehensive athletic programs in the Northeast Region, with a rich history and tradition of advancing to both conference and NCAA postseason tournament play. UNH has been a proud member of NCAA Division II since the early 1980's and will continue the D-II tradition with a move into the Northeast-10 Conference beginning in fall, 2008.

The student-athletes have represented the University of New Haven with class and dignity throughout the Department of Athletics' long history. UNH has produced Hall of Fame coaches and student-athletes that have gone on to professional careers as players, coaches and administrators. Chargers have earned All-America awards for their hard work on the playing fields and Academic All-America honors for their persistence in the classroom.

Men's Varsity Sports Women's Varsity Sports
Baseball Softball
Basketball Basketball
Cross Country Cross Country
Soccer Soccer
Track & Field (indoor and outdoor) Track & Field (indoor and outdoor)
Football Volleyball
Tennis
Lacrosse

Highlights

  • Men’s basketball has been to the NCAA tournament 5 times[49] , women’s basketball 7 times.[50]
  • Women’s Basketball won the NCAA Division II National Championship in 1987, becoming the first team from the Northeast Region to win the title. Joy Jeter was named the most outstanding player of the Championship.
  • The women’s volleyball team has reached the NCAA championship 23 times, and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight eleven times.
  • The university baseball team has been to the NCAA Tournament 32 times in 47 seasons, including 17 College World Series spots and two runner-up finishes. Baseball has consistently been ranked as one of the winningest Division II programs in NCAA history. Baseball Coach Emeritus Frank "Porky" Vieira retired after the 2006 season[51] as Division II’s all-time winningest coach by percentage, and logged 1,127 career victories.
  • The baseball program has also produced nine major league players, including former Cy Young Award winner Steve Bedrosian[52] of the Philadelphia Phillies[53] and first-round draft pick Cameron Drew[54] .
  • The football program appeared in four NCAA championship playoffs, earning runner-up status in 1997. That title-game appearance made the University of New Haven the only football team in the state of Connecticut to ever compete for a national title and the smallest school (in terms of enrollment) to compete for an NCAA championship.
  • Tailback Roger Graham[55] won the 1993 Harlon Hill Trophy[56] as the top Division II football player in the nation.[57]
  • Men’s soccer reached the NCAA finals in 1976 and finished third in 1977.[58]

Notable People[edit]

Faculty Overview[edit]

The University has 522 faculty members, including 200 that are full-time. Of those, 83 percent hold a Ph.D or terminal degree in their field and fifty-two percent have tenure. All classes are taught by faculty members, no classes are taught by teaching assistants. The school’s student-to-teacher ratio is 14:1.


Faculty Awards and Distinctions

Faculty Published Research

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University Presidents[edit]

On July 1, 2004, Steven H. Kaplan, PhD, became the sixth president of the University of New Haven and as of May 30, 2005, he was officially inaugurated as President of the university. In the past five years alone, enrollment has grown by 28 percent to more than 5,950 undergraduate and graduate students. Full-time undergraduate enrollment has grown by 50 percent, and applications have increased by 176 percent. During this time, the University has completed over $100 million in construction projects and has launched 15 new academic programs. On October 21, 2011, Kaplan, was awarded the William M. Burke Presidential Award for Experiential Education by the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) at its recent conference in Dallas, Texas.

Past Presidents

  • Lawrence J. DeNardis (1991—2004)
  • Phillip S. Kaplan (1973 — 1991)
  • Marvin K. Peterson (1953 — 1973)
  • Lawrence L. Bethel (1937 — 1953)

Notable Alumni[edit]

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