Business Administration Major: Entrepreneurial Studies Option (B.S.) Spotlight

The Mel Rines Student Angel Investment Fund is a cross-disciplinary, undergraduate, student-managed private equity fund that allows students to learn angel and venture capital investment strategies through the first-hand experience of investing in start-up companies. Student associates are versed…
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Could a back-to-basics social media approach like the original Facebook help University of New Hampshire students feel connected? That’s what Brett Schultz ’26 hopes as he works to launch his social media and e-commerce platform, College Connector.
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Cameron Plona turns internship into a larger opportunity
Through his focus on entrepreneurial studies at the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, Cameron Plona is taking his interest in landscaping and plotting out multiple potential career paths.
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Day in the Life
When you get to college, make sure you show up. Take full advantage of all these opportunities.
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Senior Spotlight
Any time I've joined a student org or program, I've gotten a really close knit group of friends. UNH is full of community.
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Slice of Life
The most underrated part of UNH is definitely the community! I'm probably biased, but I think Paul is the best college here.
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First Gen Student
I often think about what my life would be like if my parents had stayed in Mexico... it would have been nothing like the opportunities I have now. 
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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…
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Rines Angel Fund natural fit for Aidan Kittredge '21
As a UNH freshman and economics major, she had learned about the Rines Angel Fund through Paul College’s First-Year Innovation and Research Experience program, and it spoke to her passion for creating innovative opportunities for others.
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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…
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Haley Burns ‘20 combines her passions to follow her dreams
The consistent rattle of the spray paint can in her hands mimicked the ticking of her mind as Haley Burns '20 assessed the canvas in front of her. “Paul has given me an amazing foundation to feel confident in pursuing a creative career,” Burns said. “As I have grown and my interests have evolved,…
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Fundraising Administrator for V'ice Haiti (@vicehaiti)
Our very own Haley Burns ’20, brought home a first place win in the community track of the NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge yesterday! Haley currently works as a fundraising administrator for V'ice Haiti (@vicehaiti), a Social Venture that…
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