Spotlight

Jeffrey Sohl, director of the Center for Venture Research
Investors don't just bring money Jeffrey Sohl, director of the Center for Venture Research at the University of New Hampshire, similarly said, "There will be more people, but the question is what percentage of those people...
Justin Pomerance, assistant professor of marketing
A University of New Hampshire researcher found the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic combined with exposure to fake news led people to feel a joint desire to save for the future but also to spend a little bit more to make themselves feel better.
The CEO & Family Enterprise Center at the University of NH honors family-owned businesses annually but, in 2020, it is shining a spotlight on those who support them. The center named Associated Grocers of New England...
Diversity and Inclusion, Driven by Difference
As the 2020 AACSB Diversity & Inclusion Summit approaches, check out this article about last year's event in which Associate Dean Vicky Parker is quoted:https://bized.aacsb.edu/articles/2020/march/driven-by-difference...
From the team perspective, different people can contribute to leadership in different ways
What is a leader? Traditionally the title is ascribed to a formal, charismatic, often white man who leads an organization to greatness–but this definition never sat well with Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior Michael Kukenberger. “Leadership is a process, not a person,” Kukenberger...
Paul College researcher uses data analytics to solve highly complex problems
Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences, Melda Ormeci Matoglu, studies “Drift Control,” which refers to the difference between rate of service and demand.
The study discovers critical managerial trade-offs between product and brand portfolio decisions, as product and brand portfolio decisions are intertwined and a careful examination of the existing product and brand portfolio characteristics simultaneously seem...
Research examines changing bases of mutual trust formation in university-industry collaborations
Professor of marketing Ludwig Bstieler has devoted himself for more than a decade to understanding the inner workings of the complex relationship between universities and industry partners. “Universities and industry have important differences,” says Bstieler. 
In negotiations, hard ball tactics rarely win out in the end
Daughter of an arbitrator and attorney, Rachel Campagna grew up in a home where negotiation was done for sport. She almost went into law but preferred to study the art of negotiation instead. Her examination of the impact of trust between parties on their...
Balancing principles of integrity and client advocacy
In research funded by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and reported in the Journal of Business Ethics, Professor of Accounting John Hasseldine and two co-authors recently explored the delicate balance accountants must strike in...
Paul College researcher provides critical valuation data to help sustainability policy-setting goals
How can you put a price tag on the benefits of cleaning up the air, shoring up diminishing water supplies, or producing less garbage? It’s not easy; but it’s absolutely vital, as one of the biggest challenges in setting policy to pursue sustainability goals is assessing the economic value of the...
Andrea Kokolis ’73, ’77G, who has spent her career in the technology sector, helping start-up and early stage companies develop and achieve growth objectives and execute against exit strategies, was this year named UNH’s Paul J. Hollway Entrepreneur of the Year. Paul...