Spotlight

Recent research from UNH helped New Hampshire lawmakers deliver safer drinking water to Granite State residents
Bob Woodward and collaborators from Paul College, associate professor of economics Robert Mohr, economics lecturer Scott Lemos, and professor of resource economics John Halstead, of COLSA, prepared a report for...
A lifetime fascination turned career
Russell Miles, senior lecturer, decision sciences, Paul College of Business and Economics. “Growing up in East Rochester, New Hampshire, my friends and I would often go exploring in an old abandoned shoe factory near my house. Well, technically, it was trespassing, but it was fun, and I was...
With so many angels from which to choose, how can an entrepreneur identify reputable angels with strong track records? “Due diligence is a two-way street,” he says. “As an investor performs due diligence on the entrepreneur, the entrepreneur should also perform due diligence on the angel.”
Hear how getting involved with the UNH Sales Club at the University of New Hampshire's Paul College of Business and Economics helped Matt Haley '19 get ready for the job market.
Student video introduces the BiP program
Hannah Donahue '22 – "Making this video was definitely challenging because it forced me to step outside of my comfort zone and explore the BiP program a lot more in depth and it was so worth it. I was really able to see the benefits that can come from it and I am so excited to be able to have the...
E. Hachemi Aliouche
A computer model developed at the University of New Hampshire’s Rosenberg International Franchise Center (RIFC) may help franchise companies identify the countries where they have the highest chances of successfully expanding their businesses (full...
Fulbright Distinguished Chair
Professor 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. She is Associate Professor of Marketing at the Peter T. Paul...
Creating a newer, faster model for performing complex estimations
“Count data,” the number of times an event occurs within a given time interval, poses a number of statistical modeling challenges with widespread applications in web analytics, epidemiology, economics, finance, operations and other fields. In 2018, Paul College associate professor of decision...
The Center for Family Businesses is now the Center for Family Enterprise, and its programming includes not only family-related business organizations but others as well. “Originally, the people who founded it already were working with family businesses, and...
Nontraditional student reaches goal
Sokhna Aw ‘18 ‘19G always dreamed of going to college in America. Now, 19 years after she first arrived, the Senegal native has realized the rewards of that goal for the third time. A graduate of the Peter Paul College of Business and Economics, Aw spend three years...
“There are some valuable lessons to learn,” said Jennifer Griffith, an assistant professor of organizational behavior and management. “First, the more effective training used on college campuses is more immersive and takes place over several weeks or even months. Second, there is more commitment to...
WalletHub on low interest credit cards
Does it ever make sense to get a credit card with a low regular APR? (vs. a 0% credit card or paying in full)