MELISSA WHITSON, PH.D.
Interdisciplinary projects create opportunities for groundbreaking research
At the University of New Haven, the health and safety of all members of our community remain our top priority. We have reimagined life at the University to help deliver high-quality education in as safe an environment as possible.
This website provides updated information about our response to the pandemic and our ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and is being continually updated throughout the Spring 2021 semester.Spring 2021 Info
It appears that with widespread availability of several highly effective COVID-19 vaccines, we can now see a light at the end of the tunnel. To that end, we have spent considerable time planning for the Fall 2021 semester. We are looking forward to being able to return to many of our pre-pandemic norms in terms of class formats, student life, and other staples of the University of New Haven experience.Fall 2021 Planning
University of New Haven faculty members are widely recognized as experts in their fields. The depth and breadth of their work is second to none, creating transformational learning opportunities for all students.
Whether your plans for the future involve taking your research expertise into industry or continuing your research activities in the academic sphere, the Tagliatela College of Engineering will prepare you to meet tomorrow’s challenges through participation in some of the most exciting, productive — and relevant — projects in the country.Learn More
The University of New Haven established the Lyme disease research group in 2005. To date, more than 70 graduate students have received training in Lyme disease-related research.Learn More
The University of New Haven technology transfer team is responsible for the identification, protection, marketing, and licensing of intellectual assets developed by University of New Haven faculty, staff and, in some cases, students.Learn More