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.
Seventy people living in NYC homeless shelters were in nearby Harrison, N.J., earlier this month learning job interview skills, how to write a resume and in some cases interview for security jobs.
Dr. Sherrie Palmieri hopes to make an impact during her first visit to China and inspire a generation of nurses there to prepare themselves to help respond to a looming health crisis in the country.
As November comes to an end and Thanksgiving upon us, it's natural for many to reflect their lives and take stock of what each is most thankful for.
Digital marketing allows companies to tailor messages to reach a specific audience, making it possible to market directly to people who are likely to be interested in their product.
Achieving a goal that might take years to complete may be daunting, especially if you face unanticipated challenges along the way. Persistence requires both passion and stamina.
Currently finishing up her associate degree in information technologies, Meghan Hamlin was chosen as part of the almost-30 women from SNHU who attended the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration.
Ben Locwin '09 had earned a bachelor's and master's degree in astrophysics and then set his sights on an MBA. But even with an MBA in hand, he wanted to further strengthen his skills as a leader.