Criminal Justice/Forensic Sciences and Arts and Sciences Graduate Student Open House and Seminar Program

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 05:00 PM until 07:30 PM

University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Rd
West Haven, CT 06516
United States

Please join us for an Open House in graduate programs for our Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences and the College of Arts & Sciences in the Alumni Lounge, Bartels Hall. The event will feature two alumni guest speakers that will give you professional insight in these industries.

“Managing the Day to Day Crisis”

"One may ask, what is the “Day to Day Crisis”? My answer to that, whatever the climate of the country or region is based on current events or planned events andexercises that are derailed due to real world incidents. My presentation will detail a few examples of these events that have taken place during my career and ultimately resulted in a complete pivot of emergency management planning goals and objectives." 
Presentation by Jennifer Nolan, Program Manager, Office of Emergency Management, Yale University 


“You’re Asking the Wrong Question”

A brief conversation about the real value of an education in a world defined by ambiguity, uncertainty, and on-going change.
Presentation by Al Bhatt, Co-Founder of the Center for Leadership Studies. 

During this interactive and informative event, guests will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and program coordinators, learn about the admission and financial aid process, meet and interact with current students and alumni and learn more about the employment opportunities in each program.

Questions? Contact us at or (203) 932-7440.

Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.