Students in today's marketing programs aren't just trying to finish a degree. They're trying to start a career. Moving into an entry-level marketing job can be smooth transition.
On this night, it wasn't his team's upcoming game on Joshua Taylor's mind. There were toys, puzzles, and coloring books spread out on two long tables and they weren't going to pack themselves.
Marketing instructor Linda D'Alessandro '13 brings over 15 years of real-world experience into her classroom along with a multicultural background she says helps her to connect with her students.
Meet Tim Egan, video producer, media consultant, husband, father and longtime wannabe college professor.
If you think accountants are just number crunchers, think again. Accountants are the puzzle masters, the problem solvers, the solution creators at an organization. They ask questions.
Now 91, Fay Bulcock says her life has been shaped by SNHU, not just professionally, but personally as well. "I'm glad I was there for so long," she says. "It's been part of my life for a long time."
Managing his time between school, work and family has been a challenge, but Fernando Gutierrez said the effort he put forth to balance these aspects of his life has been essential to his success.
SNHU is welcoming Global Citizens Circle (GCC), a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that has cultivated honest dialogue around the world since 1974, back to campus.
Gwen Britton, executive director of online STEM programs at SNHU, and nearly 30 female graduate and undergraduate students are going to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.