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The Five Most Common (in My Experience) Causes of Poor Student Performance and How to Avoid Them

Posted in: Campus News on Monday, August 31, 2015

Paul Harvey, associate professor of management at UNH’s Paul College of Business and Economics, outlines five causes of poor student performance and the tactics to avoid them.

Fall Global Tipping Point Series Announced

Posted in: Campus News on Monday, August 24, 2015

Join us this fall for Countering Extremism: A three-part series on current world affairs. The series is coordinated by the World Affairs Council of NH in partnership with UNH Manchester’s history, humanities and politics and society programs.

Student Leaders Accept the (Urban) Challenge

Posted in: Campus News on Friday, August 21, 2015

Next Friday, 18 UNH Manchester students will step up to the Urban Challenge: a day of adventure-based learning and team-building at sites across Manchester, N.H. The Urban Challenge kicks off the college's new Student Leadership Academy, a program designed to give students the professional and networking opportunities to become a leader in their communities and careers.

Throwing Frisbees for a Cause

Posted in: Campus News on Monday, August 10, 2015

UNH Manchester and the Ultimate Frisbee Club kicked off the month of August with a charity tournament. Five teams, ten games and one championship, the players were ready to break a sweat and throw some Frisbees for Liberty House: A Veteran's Transitional House.

UNH Manchester Dean Featured on Comcast Newsmakers

Posted in: Campus News on Thursday, August 6, 2015

Watch UNH Manchester Dean J. Michael Hickey discuss the college's campus transformation, new and expanded programs, strategic partnerships and community initiatives on Comcast Newsmakers.

Volunteer for First Year Service Day

Posted in: Campus News on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

First Year Service Day, August 27, is a great way for you to become familiar with the UNH Manchester campus and community while helping a great local agency.

USNH Ranks First in the East for College Completion

Posted in: Campus News on Friday, June 26, 2015

New Hampshire is a national leader in completion rates of students who began studies at a four-year public institution, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC). With a completion rate of 78%, USNH ranks first in the East and second in the nation.

Computer Science Tops Starting Salary Survey for Computing Majors

Posted in: Campus News on Thursday, June 25, 2015

The future is bright for graduates with degrees in computer science. According to the Department of Labor, projected job growth for computer-related careers from 2012 to 2022 ranges from 18 to 37 percent. Not only are these grads in high demand, but a recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows they’re also among the highest paid right out of college.

Samantha Reynolds Joins Faculty as Lecturer of Chemistry

Posted in: Campus News on Friday, June 19, 2015

Samantha Reynolds will join the UNH Manchester faculty as a Lecturer in Chemistry this fall. Reynolds developed UNH Manchester's two-semester Organic Chemistry course, which she has taught as an adjunct instructor since 2012. In her role as full-time lecturer as UNH Manchester, she will offer that course in addition to a section of General Chemistry lecture.

Child and Family Psychotherapy Expert Joins Psychology Faculty

Posted in: Campus News on Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Dr. Nicholas Mian will join the UNH Manchester faculty this fall as an Assistant Professor of Psychology, bringing expertise in child and family psychotherapy to the program. Mian, a licensed clinical psychologist, has taught a variety of psychology classes at Boston University and University of Massachusetts Boston, and is excited to start working with students in the UNH Manchester community.


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