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Shuili Du close up with bookshelves behind her

Using Business to Do Good

Tuesday, January 5, 2021
When Shuili Du was a doctoral student at Boston University, the academic field of marketing still focused on the marketing mix (i.e., product, price, promotion and channel management/retailing) and less on the company behind the marketing activities. Read More
dr. deborah merrill-sands

Educating Business Students for a New Corporate Vision Committed to all Stakeholders

Tuesday, December 22, 2020
"We need to hold corporations accountable to serve as full partners in helping our societies, communities, and families." Late last summer the Business Round Table – the preeminent association of nearly 200 CEOs of America’s leading companies – issued a paradigm shifting statement on the purpose of the corporation. Read More

Invited research presentation at UMASS

Wednesday, November 18, 2020
University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Isenberg School of Management has invited our colleague, Valentini Kalargyrou, to present her research on disabilities in the hospitality industry. The presentation took place on Zoom on November 13, 2020. An on-campus visit will follow after the end of the pandemic. Read More

Cindy Grimard-Goss Retiring November 27

Wednesday, November 4, 2020
After 44 years of dedicated commitment to the University of NH, Cindy Grimard-Goss is looking forward to spending time with family and will be retiring effective November 27th. Read More
Andrew Mitchell

New role for Andrew Mitchell

Thursday, October 29, 2020
Please join the Graduate Programs Office team in congratulating Andrew Mitchell on his new title and role: Assistant Director for Graduate Advising and Retention. Read More

University Collaborative grooms a new kind of sustainable business leader

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Often, those seeking broad changes in the way corporations behave toward their employees, society, and the environment, have done so as protestors. Such protests are valuable in raising attention to important issues, but what happens next to create change? Read More
sarah wilkinson

B the Change

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Economics and sustainability dual major Sarah Wilkinson ’22 worked on a B-Impact Clinic student team that partnered with Orvis to help the legendary outdoors brand and retailer. Though only a sophomore, the Oxford, PA. native said her team “hit the ground running” and, over the course of the 2019 fall semester, made recommendations for improving everything “from water usage and packaging to standardizing facilities inspections and adjusting manager roles to include social and environmental performance.” Read More
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A reimagined Paul Projects brought enriching summer internships to UNH students and local businesses during COVID-19

Thursday, October 22, 2020
DURHAM, NH - by Alexa Gagne '21 - When COVID-19 struck the U.S. in March, many plans changed, including critical summer internships for college students. Faculty and staff at the Peter T. Paul College of Business of Economics at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) decided they weren’t going to let their students go without. So Director of Career Services Kim Clark spearheaded an initiative to make it happen: Paul Projects. Read More
Scott Berube

Atop the UNH Durham Zoom leaderboard

Monday, October 19, 2020
Did you know? Based on meeting minutes, four Paul College lecturers are among the top ten Zoom users at UNH Durham. They include Scott Berube (at #1), Kelly Root, Noele Lee, and Michael Hanlon. Read More
Bruce Pfeiffer teaching class with mask on fall 2020

Bruce Pfeiffer’s Consumer/Buyer Behavior Students Look At Consumer Information Processing

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Are you consciously or automatically choosing to like this post? Associate Professor of Marketing Bruce Pfeiffer's MKTG 753-Consumer/Buyer Behavior students might be able to tell you – yesterday they took a closer look at consumer information processing. Read More