SNHU Insights
30 Sep 2014

Academic Quality 101

By Katharine Webster Dr. Jenn McCollum is the kind of teacher who makes students’ hair stand on end. She writes about zombies in Victorian novels. She challenges students to make meaningful connections between literature and their lives. She pushes them out of their comfort...
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Faculty-Spotlight
27 Sep 2014

Faculty Spotlight

By Hattie Bernstein More than 40 full-time faculty members joined the College of Online and Continuing Education in August, a response to burgeoning enrollments and another example of COCE’s commitment to providing students with a high-quality education. Most have been teaching...
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25 Sep 2014

The Essential Ingredient in Your Resume

By Richard Grant, SNHU Career Advisor Eight seconds. If you want to capture the attention of an employer reading your resume, you need to do it in about that time. Employers receive hundreds of resumes for every job opening, and they don’t have much time to narrow down the pool....
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21 Sep 2014

Mobilizing for Military Graduates

By Pamme Boutselis, Content Director, Marketing & Communications At Southern New Hampshire University, we understand and respect the enormous sacrifices our military service members and their families make on behalf of our country. Last spring, SNHU went around the world to...
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Making-Music-Together
19 Sep 2014

Making Music Together

By Hattie Bernstein Why would a musician want an MBA? Ask Danny Smith, a composer and songwriter who runs Soul Resurrection Music, LLC, in Salisbury, North Carolina, with his wife, Shameka Henderson Smith, a lyricist and singer. The couple began writing songs 10 years ago. While...
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17 Sep 2014

Putting It All in Context

History Student Blends Academics and Living History for a Whale of an Educational Experience By Eric Baxter, COCE Advisor When Chris Gauld helped row a wooden whale boat to within a few oars-lengths of a group of humpbacks in the Atlantic, he couldn’t help thinking of what he had...
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15 Sep 2014

SNHU Makes Honor Roll

By Eric Baxter, COCE Advisor Southern New Hampshire University was named to the Honor Roll of the Chronicle of Higher Education’s 2014 list of “Great Colleges to Work For.” This is the seventh straight year the university has made the list. “As we’ve gotten bigger, we’ve gotten...
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13 Sep 2014

A Note from Steve

This year Southern New Hampshire University again made The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Great Colleges to Work For Honor Roll for large schools. This marks the seventh year we have won the award and the fourth time we were granted the highest level a school can reach. We have...
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Tuckered Out
11 Sep 2014

Student Spotlight

Not Tuckered Out Yet By Troy Osenkarski, B.A. in English Language and Literature Student After serving in Iraq in 2003, it’s no surprise Jason Tucker has readily handled working more than 50 hours a week while taking two to three classes a term. “The Air Force gave me the...
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09 Sep 2014

Flavor of New Hampshire: Sugar Houses

By Kirstan Lukasak, M.A. in English and  Creative Writing Student Despite what many people think, maple sugaring season happens in the spring. Many people flock to stores when the weather gets cold, only to find that the local syrup is all gone. Maple trees are tapped in late...
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