Wildcat Spotlight

Tickets are going fast, register to attend Sept. 28th
The Digital Marketing Symposium is an annual event organized by the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.  Tickets for the Symposium are limited and can only be offered on a first-come/first-served basis, so we encourage you to register as early as possible.
Leadership class inspired Hayden Spitz ’18 to channel passion into PupRun
“I always wanted to be an entrepreneur, but I didn’t always know what I wanted to do with it until I started working with events,” he says. “When you think about it, every event like this is an entrepreneurial process. You’re starting with nothing — you have no money, you just have this idea, and...
Devin McMahon '18 didn't waste any time jumping into all opportunities for students at UNH. The business administration major and entrepreneur has participated in the Holloway Prize Competition, is a Dean's Ambassador, runs...
The BiP Program gives me the skills and hands-on experience that puts my academics to the test. Best of all, it gives me confidence to hit the ground running in my career.
Genevieve Wolfe '18 interned at Aleyska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska, as part of Paul College's Internship Opportunity Fund.
Regardless of the research question, there is always a way to relate it to business.
Hanzla Sheikh '20 found a second family at Paul College
Hanzla Sheikh '20 attributes much of his success at UNH to Paul College's undergraduate advising office. "They have been such a great support system for me throughout all of my ups and downs. Without them, I'd go crazy," he says. 
Jill Howard '19 talks about designing her own major
If traditional majors don’t fulfill what you want, Jill Howard ’19 has some advice: Create your own. That's what she did. “If you’re passionate about a cross-discipline major or something that traditional majors don’t fulfill, it’s worth it to design your own,” says Howard, who  designed her major...
The winning student team at last week’s UNH DataJam with Liberty Mutual wants to make your insurance experience much like your academic one — complete with meetings with a personal advisor. Business administration students Serina Brenner '17, Colin Rose '18, Erin Frost '18 and Jenna Bachrach '18...
The East Side of Providence, Rhode Island is a tale of two cities. On one side, you have the historic Federalist Era architecture distinguishing the neighborhoods where Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design comprise the state’s intellectual and creative center. On the other hand,...
Capstone course allows marketing students to work with companies on projects
Paul College prides itself on providing its students with an education that prepares them for the workforce. One class, the senior professional capstone course in marketing, actually simulates real-life work projects students might encounter in their careers.
The 2017 Paul J. Holloway Prize Competition came to its conclusion on Tuesday, and the big winner was Droppn, initially called Droppit, a new social messaging platform. The Championship Round was down to a final six teams out of the 73 that...