SNHU Insights
20 Jan 2014

A Cross-Country Journey to Celebrate Student Success

Watch the commercial By Pamme Boutselis At SNHU, we believe our success is defined by the success of our students. Our mission revolves around that core belief — “It’s part of our DNA,” says Steve Hodownes, CEO of SNHU’s College of Online and Continuing Education — and everything...
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20 Jan 2014

Scoring Goals – Ante Cop ‘13

By Katharine Webster Ante Cop knows all about goals – scoring them, blocking them and achieving them. Cop first came to SNHU in 1995 as goalkeeper for the Penmen soccer team. In 1997, the Penmen won the conference championship and Cop was voted NCAA goalie of the year. In 1998,...
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20 Jan 2014

Learning Resources: Windows into the Classroom

By Michelle E. Dunn When undergraduate marketing student Nancy Wilder enrolled at SNHU last term after years of being out of school, she was surprised and reassured by the advances in learning she experienced in her online classes. Wilder took SNHU 107 and MKT 113; both use one...
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20 Jan 2014

From the CEO

    The COCE senior leadership team (from left to right, back to front): Dr. Gregory Fowler, Noreen Bausewein, Cindy Migliori, Darryl Jelley, Scott Durand, David Eby, Steve Hodownes, Amelia Manning and Steve Khederian   During the past year, we have received a...
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20 Jan 2014

Seeing Both Sides – Alba Garcia

By Katharine Webster Alba Garcia Camero Johnson loves to get a good debate going in her online M.S. in Justice Studies classes. Recently, her Employment Law instructor asked students to discuss whether they would hire a blind secretary who was fully qualified. Most of the...
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03 Jan 2014

By the Numbers – Behind the Curtain with the Data Group

By Michelle E. Dunn Their mission: To track and inform. Their goal: To give their “clients” — other departments within SNHU’s College of Online and Continuing Education — the information they need to make informed decisions that best support students and departmental...
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03 Jun 2013

Faculty Spotlight: Delilah Caldwell

By Hattie Bernstein Full-time faculty facilitator Delilah Caldwell, who teaches philosophy for the College of Online and Continuing Education, never sees her students’ faces except in the photographs or avatars embedded in their emails. But lack of face time doesn’t prevent her...
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20 May 2013

A Year in Review

The Penmen Review, Southern New Hampshire University’s online journal for creative writers, recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. In its first year, the journal published nearly 100 creative writing pieces, a third of which had been submitted by SNHU writing...
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03 Apr 2013

Faculty Spotlight: Rebecca Abshire

by Mike Cullity In a little more than a year as an adjunct history instructor for SNHU’s College of Online and Continuing Education, Rebecca Abshire has earned a reputation for going above and beyond to help her students. A Chicago-area resident, Abshire works full time for an...
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02 Jan 2013

Virtual Intern – Kaycee Gnatowski

By Katharine Webster Call it a case of virtual reality. Kaycee Gnatowski takes all her classes, writes for the school paper and is completing an internship, all from her home in Connecticut. As social media editor for The Penmen Press, SNHU’s student paper, she reports articles...
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