Blog Posts in: Community Update

Christopher Glynn Zillow

Transitions: Chris Glynn heads back to Zillow in new role

Thursday, August 20, 2020
Chris Glynn, Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences, will be leaving us effective this month to accept a position at Zillow, as a Senior Economist, directing some of Zillow’s social justice research. For Chris, this opportunity to continue building on the work he pursued on the relationship between rent trends and homelessness during his postdoc at Zillow was irresistible. Read More
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A road map for reopening campus

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
UNH has developed a multifaceted plan to resume classes this fall that combines in-person and remote learning. Both have the critical focus of keeping undergraduate and graduate students on track to complete their degrees on time while staying safe. Read More
Ta-Nehisi Coates's debut novel “The Water Dancer”

Share your summer reading list

Wednesday, June 24, 2020
As part of our ongoing attempts to keep the community connected during these challenging times, I’m reaching out through this blog to ask what I hope is a pleasant question: what are you all reading this summer? Read More
Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands Headshot

Cultural Understanding Reading List

Tuesday, June 23, 2020
AACSB member contributions made by Deborah Merrill-Sands and Victoria Parker are included below in an AACSB "reading" list on cultural understanding.  Read More
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New unemployment claims slow amid debate over extending enhanced benefits

Tuesday, June 23, 2020
However, Michelline Dufort, director of the Center for Family Enterprise at the University of New Hampshire—who held a conference call with dozens of CEOs Wednesday—said not all business owners are eager to see more assistance from the government before they know what their true needs are. Read More
Deborah Merrill-Sands

Message to our Community Against Racism in our Society

Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Our mission states that “We are an inclusive community that respects and harnesses the power of diverse perspectives, identities and experiences to enhance learning,” a vision that we are continually working to come closer to achieving. Thus, we cannot stay silent while this nation grieves and demands change. Read More
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Thank You to Faculty and Staff for Supporting The (603) Challenge

Tuesday, June 9, 2020
My heartfelt thanks to the faculty and staff who chose to join in this year’s (603) Challenge. It was a challenging and sensitive time to be fundraising given the COVID19 crisis, the George Floyd killing, and the ensuing protests and events. I appreciate that everyone has their own philanthropic priorities and the many complicated issues facing us today also call out philanthropic support. Read More
UNH students complete Boston internships through Semester in the City program

Masami Dustin completes Boston internship through Semester in the City program

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Congrats to Masami Dustin and other University of New Hampshire students for their successful completion of #socialchange focused internships through our Semester in the City program run in partnership with our UNH Center for Social Innovation & Enterprise and the College for Social Innovation in Boston. Spring 2020 Cohort Read More
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Goodbye, Class of 2020

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
We'll miss you, seniors. Watch over 75 members of Paul College faculty and staff as they say their heartfelt farewells to the graduating class. Read More
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Paul CaPS team launches "Paul Projects Summer 2020"

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Many of our students have been unable to secure jobs or internships this summer. In collaboration with faculty and undergraduate advising the Paul career team will launch summer corporate consulting projects for students. Read More