The book of James Smith's professional life has many chapters, but with the latest he hopes to build something that provides others with the opportunities he was privy to as a young man.
Lydia Alonci planned to take full advantage of her time at the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration. But one visit to the conference's career fair changed everything.
Supporting the military has always been part of Southern New Hampshire University's DNA. Here are just a handful of those at SNHU today whose roles directly support servicemembers.
What does terminal degree mean? When and why is a terminal degree necessary? Learn about terminal degrees in traditional academic disciplines as well as in professional contexts.
Social change is a concept many of us take for granted. It's always happening. No society has ever remained the same. We accept change as inevitable, and it is, end of story, right? Well, not exactly.
Creative writing lead faculty Joan Smith answers four questions posed by SNHU writing students.
Richard Brion '15G has a vision: a world where food insecurity is a thing of the past.
For four days, the LA Galaxy Foundation and SNHU hosted students from middle schools in the city and tied soccer to STEAM subjects - science, technology, engineering, art and math.
The key is to try to engage your logical brain so that you can use both your logic and emotion to fully understand what the sender is trying to say.
Gerontology is the study of the physical aspects of aging, as well as the mental, social and societal implications of aging. By 2050, about one-in-five Americans will be over age 65.