SNHU Insights
Storied Degrees
02 May 2017

Storied Degrees

Celebrating 2017 Grads By Eric Baxter, Academic Advisor Degrees very often are more than a fancy piece of paper. They represent years of sustained effort toward a specific end. The effort gets woven through graduates’ lifes, becoming more a part of them than they realize. Their...
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Why Am I Here?
02 May 2017

Why Am I Here?

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome as a First-Generation College Student By Dr. Stacee Reicherzer, Associate Dean of Counseling Programs First-generation college students face unique challenges that go well beyond adjusting to academic rigor. People who are the first in their families...
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02 May 2017

A Message From Amelia

Transitions May is a beautiful time in New Hampshire — the trees and flowers are in early bloom, one wakes each morning to the sound of birds chirping, any stray snowstorms have largely gone by the by, and our campus is really in its glory. While we often think about Commencement...
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Scoring In Transition
02 May 2017

Military Matters

Scoring in Transition By Joe Cote Southern New Hampshire University and the Boston Celtics further solidified their partnership this year by combining forces to offer the second installment of Scoring in Transition. The job exploration and development program helps military...
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Empowering Students
02 May 2017

Empowering Students

Disability Resource Center Provides Tools for Success By Krysten Godfrey Maddocks Students who are visually or hearing impaired enjoy the same opportunity to succeed in SNHU’s online courses as their peers. Military students who serve in remote locations also enjoy the same level...
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02 May 2017

What Employers Want

By Kendra Thomas, SNHU Career Advisor In an ever-changing world and with a plethora of applicants for roles, employers have high expectations when it comes to sourcing the right candidates. As a military career advisor in SNHU Career, I have found that while every industry...
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2017 Members
02 May 2017

Student Advisory Board 2017

By Joe Cote For Anthony Boucher, the COCE Student Advisory Board is a way to make life better for other students earning their degrees online. Boucher is one of two returning members of the 15-person board formed in 2015. Boucher described it as performing many of the same...
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02 May 2017

Art Exhibition Winners

The second annual SNHU Student Art Exhibition featured original artwork by SNHU online undergraduate students from all over the country. Entries were judged by a panel of industry professionals based on thought process, concept and execution. The SNHU community, family and...
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5 Questions
02 May 2017

Five  Questions

By Kaycee Gnatowski, Academic Advisor Five Questions is a regular feature in which we interview a College of Online and Continuing Education staff member. In this issue we talked with Online Community Specialist Helena Iaquinta. What are your day-to-day responsibilities? I mostly...
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Faculty Spotlight
02 May 2017

Experiencing the World in World History

By Krysten Godfrey Maddocks If you take HIS 301 World History and Civilizations with Dr. Steven Shirley, expect your coursework to reflect a truly global “view.” Shirley doesn’t simply lecture about Asian culture; he’s been known to address topics from on location, including on...
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