DEI Spotlight

Q&A with Kang Woo '22, MBA
Kang Woo came to UNH Paul College to get his MBA because he wanted to better understand the "why" or business actions and decisions. He ran his own business for 3 years in Seoul, South Korea, and knows an MBA will help prepare him for inevitable changes in industry. And the fact that the program...
Q&A with Willliam Bruneau-Bouchard, '21, BS Business Administration, '22, MS Business Analytics
William Bruneau-Bouchard came to UNH from Quebec, Canada, to pursue an undergraduate degree and stayed on the pursue a graduate degree. An All-American student-athlete in alpine skiing, he says the professors, curriculum, facilities, and support services, and connections made choosing the MS...
Q&A with Jing Ma '10, Director of Data Science at Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
Jing Ma arrived in the United States from Weihai, Shandog, China, 15 years ago. She says earning her MS in Analytical Economics has helped her sharpen her critical thinking skills, be open minded, curious, and a quick learner. What was your overall UNH experience like? What did it teach you? Being...
Forbes highlights The Rines Angel Fund in its coverage on women entrepreneurs
The Rines Angel Fund, students Aidan Kittredge and Kelsie Dawe and Professor Jeffrey Sohl are featured in a Forbes column on creating a pipeline of women venture capitalists. Forbes writer Geri Stengel recently penned a column on women venture capitalists and the challenges presented by Covid-19 as...
Katharina Barta earned her undergraduate degree at Paul College and is studying to get her MBA
Katharina Barta '20, from Salzburg, Austria, chose UNH Paul College for her undergraduate degree and MBA because it is a "great business school, beautiful campus and location." In this Q&A she talks about her experience in the Full-Time MBA program and the challenges presented by the Covid...
B.S. Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Studies | Co-founder & CEO, Shtudy
Shtudy is a career advancement platform that pre-vets, trains, and connects top Black, Latinx and Native American tech talent of color with companies that are trying to improve diversity and revenue within their workforces. Our goal is to bridge the racial wealth gap in America, and we feel that...
2019 grads receive Fulbright awards
Three recent UNH graduates who have received Fulbright English teaching assistantships will spend nine months abroad working in classrooms alongside local teachers and serving as cultural ambassadors for the United States. Amada Guapisaca ‘19, a dual major in i...
Meet UNH's 2019 Truman Scholar
Nooran Alhamdan '20, an analytical economics and political science major, has won a 2019 Truman Scholarship. "It means so much to me, and it means so much to my family and our story. I'm a third-generation Palestinian refugee, and I definitely...