Blog Posts in: Spotlight or Colleagues Corner

Russ Miles

Far From the Factory Floor

Thursday, November 7, 2019
Russell Miles, senior lecturer, decision sciences, Paul College of Business and Economics Read More
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The “MBA Talks and Treats #2” took place on October 24

Friday, October 25, 2019
Valentini Kalargyrou, Associate Professor of Hospitality Management and Kenneth Mitchell, Instructional Designer at UNH Academic Technology facilitated the second MBA faculty gathering focusing on course design in the online MBA program. Read More
Annie Connors

Welcome our new Assistant Director for Graduate Admissions, Annie Connors!

Friday, October 11, 2019
The Graduate Programs Office welcomes Annie Connors as Assistant Director for Graduate Admissions, a new role in the Paul College Graduate Programs Office. Read More
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Congratulations to our Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Monday, September 30, 2019
Given UNH's strategic priority on “Embrace NH”, I am delighted to share the excellent news that the new NH FY20-21 budget allocated SBDC an additional $125,000 a year on top of its usual allocation of $315,000! Read More
Shuili Du

Shuili Du visiting Fullbright scholar at Hanken

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Associate Professor of Marketing Shuili Du is starting a new project examining how companies should revise their corporate social responsibility strategies and programs to address the challenges in the age of artificial intelligence. Read More
2019 Social Innovation student interns

Nine Weeks To Start Changing the World

Monday, June 24, 2019
Summer may provide a bit of respite for some college students while giving others the time to work or travel. For a select few at UNH (this year 25) it is the chance to do good through the Center for Social Innovation and Enterprise (CSIE). Since 2011, CSIE has offered students internship opportunities with socially conscious nonprofit and for-profit businesses. The nine-week program is a joint venture with Paul College and the Carsey School of Public Policy. Read More
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CommuteSMART Challenge Update!

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Team Paul College had their mid-month check-in for the CommuteSMART B2B May Challenge! This year’s team is made up of 23 faculty and staff members who are commuting by bus, train, foot, moped, telework, or carpool to UNH. As of May 23, we have 111 logged trips—way to go! We are #2 of the 7 UNH Teams, behind UNH - Dept. Natural Resources and the Environment (183). Read More
MBA students China Residency

From the Great Hall to the Great Wall

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
What will set an MBA graduate apart from others? According to Jun Li, associate professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship, it’s strategic thinking with global perspectives. Li teaches an International Business class to the full-time MBA cohort complete with an international residency in China. Read More
The Chronicle of Higher Education

What does diversity & inclusion have to do with my course/department??

Monday, April 29, 2019
Check out this article from the Chronicle of Higher Education for examples of insights into creating a more inclusive campus. Read More
MBA Talks and Treats

The first MBA Talks and Treats is in the books!

Thursday, March 28, 2019
MBA Talks and Treats is the first of its kind gathering at Paul College designed for faculty teaching in the MBA Programs. Read More