March 7, 2012
Looking at media rankings of companies-"Most Innovative," "Fastest-Growing," or other roundups of various firms-we aren't often surprised. Take the magazine Fast Company. For this month's issue, they've listed "The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies." Dominating the Top 4 are the perennial occupants of the corporate Cool Kids' Table: Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon.
Normally, we'd let a list like this slide by without comment. But then, there's company #12: Southern New Hampshire University.
Now that's interesting. After all, it's not often we've seen a nonprofit educational institution mentioned in (almost) the same breath as some of high-tech's corporate juggernauts.
Five women pursuing cybersecurity careers left Tuscon, Ariz., feeling exhilarated and inspired earlier this month after attending the Women in Cybersecurity conference.
Tom Williams, a 21-year-old SNHU student, and liver transplant recipient, completed his third consecutive Boston Marathon yesterday, in honor of another patient with liver disease.
SNHU will celebrate its 85th Commencement May 13-14, 2017. More than 16,000 family, friends and community members will join in celebrating more than 4,600 graduates at the SNHU Arena.