June 21, 2017
Summer is here, and that - hopefully - means a few more free hours to use catching up on some reading. We asked people across Southern New Hampshire University what they're reading this summer and what they're recommending to their friends.
Paul LeBlanc - SNHU President
Benjamin Nugent - Director of Mountainview Low-Residency MFA
Francis Catano - Professor of Social Sciences
Rane Hall - Assistant Dean of General Education
Gwen Britton - Executive Director of online STEM and Health Programs
Patricia Lynott - Executive Vice President and Provost University College
Alana Burns - Chief Marketing Officer
Deborah Varat - Chairman of Humanities Department
Jada Hebra - Chief Diversity Officer
Bruce Stetar - Executive Director of Graduate Business Programs and Assistant Vice President of Outcomes and Assessment
Greg Fowler - Chief Academic Officer
Joe Cote is a staff writer at Southern New Hampshire University. Follow him on Twitter @JoeCo2323.
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