Established in 1999 with 21 aspiring novelists, NaNoWriMo was embraced by 384,126 participants in 2016. The number this year is likely even higher, including dozens of past and present Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) students, who sought write 50,000 words in just one month.
Last year more than 60 SNHU faculty and staff participated in Hour of Code. This year more than 150 took part.
Top-prize recipients in SNHU's 2017 Fall Fiction Competition include first-place winner Candice Lee, second-place winner Meagan Lucas and third-place winner Caitlan Honer.
Whether favorable or unfavorable, emotions resonate when you hear brand names such as Nike, Chanel, TMZ, Outback, Kardashian and Disney, to name a few.
Associate Dean Will Brooke-DeBock interviewed SNHU leaders recently about leadership. Here are some of their thoughts, edited for space and clarity.
The education revolution that's been making headlines for the last decade is officially in full swing, and Danny Tanguay credits a powerful triple threat: technology, diversity and students.
SNHU and the Boston Celtics unveiled the ninth technology lab installed in Great Boston schools at Pickering Middle School in Lynn, Mass.
There are so many twists to fantastical worlds - fantasy, sci-fi, horror and many more - that even defining speculative fiction as a genre dubbed speculative fiction can take some work.