SNHU Insights
30 Mar 2014

Progressing on the Path to Success

By Hattie Bernstein For some, it took years; for others, it was an express train. But no matter the speed or the number of detours, these determined SNHU online students have reached their destination – graduation. One remembered a high school administrator telling him, “You’ll...
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29 Mar 2014

From the CEO

This time of year is very exciting, as many of our students are graduating and beginning the next phase of their lives. Our students’ stories are not only compelling and motivating, but are a wonderful reminder of our mission and why we exist. As we highlight some of o...
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28 Mar 2014

Flavor of New Hampshire

By Kirstan Lukasak, M.A. in English and Creative Writing Student Flavor of New Hampshire is a new feature in which we look at some of the places and activities that make New Hampshire special, so students and faculty in far-off places can get a feel for life in SNHU’s home state....
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27 Mar 2014

Five Questions with Jack Lewandowski

By Troy Osenkarski, B.A. in English Language and Literature Student Five Questions is a regular feature in which we interview a College of Online and Continuing Education staff member. For this issue we talked with Jack Lewandowski, assistant vice president of Academic Advising....
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26 Mar 2014

Where Are They Now?

By Jane Harrigan Introducing Where Are They Now, in which we feature alumni from the College for Online and Continuing Education. In this issue we caught up with three 2013 graduates who all have found work supporting the people who do so much to serve our country. Angelina...
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26 Mar 2014

Making Connections

By Katharine Webster It looks like Facebook and acts like Twitter. You can post selfies and status updates or joke around with friends. You can search out others with similar interests, join groups and weigh in on hot topics. But SNHUconnect is more than just another social...
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25 Mar 2014

Community College Outreach

In an effort to provide students across the country with more opportunities for educational advancement, the College of Online and Continuing Education is reaching out to students and staff at community colleges not being adequately served by their state university systems. “We...
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25 Mar 2014

Healthcare Is Hiring

SNHU Healthcare Programs Growth Pacing Job Market By Jane Harrigan Healthcare is hiring. The evidence is everywhere. You can see it in headlines like this one from U.S. News & World Report: “Want Job Security? Get Into Healthcare.” You can see it in listings: Career Builder,...
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24 Mar 2014

Our Guiding Principles

By Michelle Dunn When one of Brendan Morrison’s students lost access to his computer during term two, Morrison was so determined to help that he almost bought him a new one. The student, who has use of only one arm, had a computer with special voice software issued by the...
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23 Mar 2014

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Michelle Alvarez

By Hattie Bernstein Like the students she teaches in SNHU 107, a course for the College of Online and Continuing Education’s newest and less experienced students, Dr. Michelle Alvarez has dreams and goals, and the determination to realize them. Alvarez has a doctorate in social...
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