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Gourmet Dinner 2022

Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Save the date for this year's Gourmet Dinner: Gatsby "A Taste of the 20's", which will be held on November 4 and 5. Read More
UNH Sales Speed Sell

So proud of the 100+ University of New Hampshire students who competed in, and ran, the 2022 UNH Sales Speed Sell on Friday!

Wednesday, September 21, 2022
UNH students stepped "Into the Arena" to practice selling themselves in five back-to-back 90 second speed sells on "why them for an entry-level sales role". Each gained valuable experience and feedback towards their dreams and goals. Read More
UNH Paul College Jeff Sohl and Joanhong Chen standing at top of Great Hall stiars

UNH Research Finds Angel Investor Behavior Can Be Influenced by Ego

Monday, September 19, 2022
Angel investors—wealthy individuals who provide essential funds for start-ups—often invest under conditions of extreme uncertainty. While their funds can be vital to early-stage ventures, researchers at the University of New Hampshire found that angels’ egos can play a significant role in their investment decisions—the bigger the ego, the larger and more diverse the deal and the lower the number of co-investors. Read More
UNH's Paul College Associate Professor Bruce Pfeiffer sitting on a bench

Financial scarcity and caloric intake: It is not always about motivation

Monday, September 19, 2022
Although prior research has established a cognitive association between perceived financial resources and increased caloric intake, the underlying process is still largely unknown. To date, the psychological influence of financial cues on eating behavior has primarily been explained in terms of goal activation. Read More
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New Published Book: The Economics of Scientific Misconduct

Monday, September 19, 2022
Jim Wible has just published a new book: The Economics of Scientific Misconduct: Fraud, Replication Failure, and Research Ethics in Empirical Inquiry. Read More
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The 2022 New Hampshire Small Business Survey is LIVE!

Friday, September 16, 2022
Please share the link to the the 2022 New Hampshire Small Business Survey with those who may be interested. This survey will help the SBDC find out more about small business' current status and ongoing concerns. Read More
Associate Professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship Dev Dutta

SME Resilience During a Crisis

Friday, September 16, 2022
Utilizing a qualitative approach grounded in case studies of eight entrepreneurs from India who had to radically change their business models and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dev Dutta and research collaborators Indu Khurana and Amarpreet Singh Ghura developed a multilevel model of resilience capability: at the micro (entrepreneur), meso (organizational), and macro (entrepreneurial ecosystem) levels. Read More
Paul College Dean Lucy Gilson speaking at Center for Business Analytics event

Start of the Year Celebration at the Center for Business Analytics

Friday, September 16, 2022
The Center for Business Analytics had a full house at their Start-of-the-Year reception on Wednesday, September 14. Joined by industry ambassadors, partners, alumni, donors, and faculty and staff, as well as Dean Lucy Gilson, the reception was a great opportunity to catch up, network, and learn about the exciting new initiatives the Center has in store for the 2022/2023 Academic Year. Read More
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Research Communications Academy: Apply by Oct. 7

Friday, September 16, 2022
UNH’s fifth annual Research Communications Academy (RCA), a series of in-person and virtual workshops in spring semester 2023, is now accepting applications. Please share this information with any faculty members, graduate students, postdocs or research staff you think would be good candidates. Read More
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Now anyone can gain Shelf-Confidence!

Friday, September 16, 2022
Tom Gruen and his colleague Daniel Corsten announce the August 2022 publication of their new book titled, "Shelf-Confidence: A Practical Guide to Reducing Out-of-Stocks and Improving Product Availability in Retail." Read More