News from University of New Haven:
WEST HAVEN, CT — Following student is one of the 71 students recently inducted into the University of New Haven’s Honor Society for Experiential Education.
Nicole Denny of Waterford, CT.
Ashlie Liller of Niantic, CT.
Brandy Morneau of New London, CT.
The students were inducted by completing two of the following experiences: a faculty-mentored research project, an internship, an academic service learning project or a study abroad excursion. A student must also be ranked in the top 20 percent of his or her class.
The purpose of the Honor Society of Experiential Education is to support intellectual development through research, encourage the development of professional integrity though work-integrated learning, stimulate fulfillment through community engagement, promote global awareness and cultural understating, and prepare students to live purposeful and fulfilling lives.
A leader in experiential education, the University of New Haven provides its students with a valuable combination of solid liberal arts and real-world, hands-on professional training. Founded in 1920, UNH is a private, top-tier comprehensive university with an 80-acre main campus. The University has an enrollment of more than 5,900: approximately 1,700 graduate students and more than 4,200 undergraduates, 70 percent of whom reside in university housing. The University offers more than 80 undergraduate degrees and more than 25 graduate degrees through the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, the Tagliatela College of Engineering and University College. University of New Haven students study abroad through a variety of distinctive programs.