SNHU Insights
Graduation: A Family Affair
31 Jan 2015

Graduation: A Family Affair

By Katharine Webster They’ve studied together and compared notes on professors. They’ve coached one another through Statistics and English Composition. They’ve traded tips on using Blackboard and Turnitin. They’ve listened to each other vent, motivated one another and celebrated...
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Grammy Award
27 Jan 2015

Student Spotlight

Musical Student Wins Grammy Award By Hattie Bernstein During Grammy Week, held in early February in Los Angeles, COCE graduate student Jared Cassedy got a hug from Paul McCartney, waited in a TV station holding room with Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, and brushed elbows with Lady...
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A Note from Steve
25 Jan 2015

A Note from Steve

As I say in nearly every issue, student success is top of mind for everyone here at the College of Online and Continuing Education. So we are beyond thrilled when a student reaches graduation. It is a great accomplishment for our students and a significant step toward reaching...
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Hot Industries
19 Jan 2015

Hot Industries of 2015

With the economy and job growth back on the upswing, Insights consulted labor reports and asked COCE experts about growth predictions for the next few years. Here is a glance at a few of the hottest industries identified for 2015 and beyond. Healthcare Expected growth: 26 percent...
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SNHU - Celtics
17 Jan 2015

From the Court to the Classroom

By Eric Baxter, COCE Academic Advisor The education and technology partnership between Southern New Hampshire University and the storied basketball franchise the Boston Celtics is best illustrated with a literal flip of the switch. In March 2014, flipping a switch set 30...
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15 Jan 2015

Partnership Preps Veterans for IT Opportunities

By Hattie Bernstein Ask anyone serving in the military what it takes to accomplish a mission, and you’re likely to hear words such as “focus,” “agility” and “teamwork” — the same traits leveraged last fall to launch Southern New Hampshire University’s WT3 Initiative, a...
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Becoming Lucky
13 Jan 2015

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By Eric Baxter, COCE Academic Advisor SNHU graphic arts student Kristopher “Kit” Ackermann knows about risk and passion. And about getting lucky. In the final semester of his senior year at Tennessee’s University of Memphis he was offered a singular chance, a shot to walk a...
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The Old Man
10 Jan 2015

Flavor of New Hampshire: The Old Man of the Mountain

By Kirstan Lukasak, M.A. in English and Creative Writing Student It can be seen on license plates, highway signs and even New Hampshire’s state quarter. The Old Man of the Mountain has been a symbol for New Hampshire since it was discovered in 1805 and beyond its devastation in...
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Acting On Student Feedback
09 Jan 2015

Opportunities for Improvement

By Hattie Bernstein Student feedback matters. So much, in fact, that the College of Online and Continuing Education has developed a system for gathering students’ concerns about everything from textbook costs to withdrawal fees and using them to make improvements. “What’s really...
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On the Road Again
05 Jan 2015

On the Road Again

SNHU brings back the “Big Blue Bus” for another cross-country trip to celebrate student success By Gabbi Hall, Integrated Marketing Manager During the summer of 2013, the “Big Blue Bus” became an icon of the university’s commitment to student success and making distance learning...
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