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Becoming Mr. Miyagi – Part I

August 21, 2019

This two-part blog will look at some of the factors we at SNHU consider in trying to respond to the public demand for transparency and defined value. Clearly measured program performance with a focus on the user experience are topics in this first part.

A group of students and instructor leaning over a set of computer monitors as they collaborate in an open learning space.
Becoming Mr. Miyagi – Part I

Aug 21, 2019

This two-part blog will look at some of the factors we at SNHU consider in trying to respond to the public demand for transparency and defined value. Clearly measured program performance with a focus on the user experience are topics in this first part.

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Recognition in a Sea of Anonymity: Validating Students as Individuals

Jul 19, 2019

Universities like SNHU provide encouragement and recognition in the form of positive instructor feedback, the dean’s list, and honor societies. These are all valuable, but leave out students who remain lost in the turbulent sea of academia because they all focus on academic achievement.

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The Online First Year Experience Movement: Driving a National Conversation

Jun 06, 2019

Reinvention is becoming the norm in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world where traditional frameworks must evolve to facilitate change. Higher education is no exception, and the old admission model requiring students to “fit” the institution has been upended by modern, consumer fueled expectations.

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