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Gautam Siwach - University of New Haven

M.S. Computer Science students present research at 2014 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering

Special blog post from Gautam Siwach, an M.S. Computer Science student at the University of New Haven The research advisor for LTE and Wireless networks and my mentor, Dr. Amir Esmailpour, at the University of New Haven Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, motivated to me to look forward for registering my research into this top […]

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Maxine Swick – Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Hello! My name is Maxine Swick and I am in my third trimester here at UNH. I am currently enrolled in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master’s program. I am originally from Long Island, New York. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University at Albany. My transition from undergrad to graduate school was very […]

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How Skydiving Changed My Life

May 2013, I did something that had always been on my bucket list.  I never thought I would have a chance to actually cross it off of my very ambitious list that included things like a road trip across the US, eating sushi in Japan, and swimming with the dolphins.  I have always considered myself […]

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Even with the gray Seattle weather, you can still get some great pictures here at the Kerry Park Viewpoint

Forensics and Pigs and Trolls – Oh My!

Greetings from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle! (A mouthful, isn’t it?) This meeting is hosted in a different city every year, during which working professionals from the criminal justice and forensic science fields gather together to share research, attend workshops, and present on special topics. I went for the […]

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Snowy jeep

Winter at UNH

It has been a tough winter for Connecticut residents, and UNH students are no exception.  As a commuter with a 60 mile drive to campus, I am especially concerned about travel conditions whenever I see so much as a snowflake. My twelve year old Ford Escort has served me well, but it is certainly not […]

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You Do Deserve To Be Here

It’s the first day of class and everyone is sitting in the seats they most likely will be in for the next several months. Your new professor does the same introduction you’ve heard a thousand times before and now it’s time for the class to introduce themselves. No big deal, it’s just like you did […]

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Far From Home, Cold And The Happiest I Have Ever Been, I Am Craig Johnson, Grad Student

Hello! My name is Craig and I just drove all the way across the country from California to Connecticut. “Why would you leave California?” has been my response from every human being I have made contact with so far. “To get my masters done” and I am sticking to it. Being 27 and working towards […]

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Evaluation timing

Have you ever been asked at the end of a course to complete a course evaluation?  The evaluation is generally handed out on the last day of class either at the beginning or at the end of it.  Did you take sufficient time to think through the questions of the assessment? I have, but I […]

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Moving Right Along

As you read this we’ve begun our next trimester. Honestly, I can’t believe how fast it’s going! It seems just like yesterday that I was moving to CT, registering for classes, and now…WHOA I’m starting my third trimester, and classes are well under way. I’ve thought long and hard about what I think of this […]

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