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Jens Frederiksen, Ph.D.

Jens Frederiksen Elected as University of New Haven's Seventh President

Jens Frederiksen, Ph.D., who earned six degrees from Vanderbilt University, joins the University of New Haven from Fisk University, an elite HBCU in Nashville, Tennessee, where he served as executive vice president of institutional advancement and enrollment management.

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At the University of New Haven, everything from our distinguished academic programs to our professors鈥 commitment to fostering professional development is designed to propel students into their careers. Our unique educational approach provides students with the skills, tactical experience, and network to become tomorrow鈥檚 pioneers.

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In the Media: University of New Haven to get new President

NBC Connecticut - Jens Frederiksen, the seventh president of the University of New Haven, discusses his vision for the University鈥檚 growth and its future.

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CT Mirror 鈥 Rob Holub, an adjunct professor of sport management and director of esports, comments on the University鈥檚 esports programs being designed to provide pathways into the multibillion-dollar industry.

Patricia Crouse

Scripps News 鈥 Patricia Crouse, practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, discusses why some women are moving to the left politically and what issues are influencing this change.

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Samuel Weinmann 鈥24 in Japan during the Model UN conference.

Whether he was exploring Japan or Italy or interning in Washington, D.C., Samuel Weinmann 鈥24 has had a variety of exciting experiences as a 暗网禁区. He鈥檚 grateful for the support of his mentors 鈥 and for the opportunities he鈥檚 had to serve as a mentor for his classmates.

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Brooke Cuthbertson 鈥24, who will be recognized as part of the University鈥檚 2024 Commencement, envisions a therapeutic camp that would support the children of military service members. Her plan is inspired by her own childhood, as well as her interior design coursework at the University.



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