University Communications coordinates internal and external communications across the university. As part of the Office of External Affairs, University Communications seeks to elevate the achievements of the SNHU community and capture the SNHU story through the university’s multiple media channels.
In the first part of this series, Personal Growth and Development: Drop the Sponge Mentality, we explored the importance of feedback for your personal, academic, and professional growth.There are two ways to approach feedback: with a sponge mentality or a strainer mentality. People with a sponge mentality approach life "soaking up" every single piece of constructive feedback that comes their way and try to act on it all. Initially, this may sound like a good idea, until you have so much feedback that you are oversaturated and overwhelmed.
Morris's application rose to the top as she told of her work in special education, influenced by the struggles experienced by those who had challenges in learning.
When Jason Gagnon graduated with an accounting degree to join a Manchester, N.H. accounting firm, he became part of a still-active tradition at the firm: tapping SNHU's senior's for accounting talent.
Summer is here and that - hopefully - means a few more free hours to use catching up on some reading. We asked people across SNHU what they're reading this summer and what they recommend.
Southern New Hampshire University teamed up with the LA Galaxy to unveil a brand new mini soccer pitch for students at Andrew Jackson Elementary School in Santa Ana, California.
Because of where it can take you. The possibilities are endless. You can make a difference in your community, improve your management skills and take what you learn in class into what you do everyday.
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