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Pursuing a Music Career in Nashville – Shannon Livewell

Thanks to the generosity of the Bergami Family and the UNH Division of Student Affairs, eight UNH undergraduate students received a stipend to cover expenses related to their unpaid internship experience.  The eight recipients will be blogging here about their internship experience over the course of the summer. This entry is from Shannon Livewell, Music […]

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Fighting Financial Fraud with the U.S. Attorney’s Office – Daniel Carrillo

Thanks to the generosity of the Bergami Family and the UNH Division of Student Affairs, eight UNH undergraduate students received a stipend to cover expenses related to their unpaid internship experience.  The eight recipients will be blogging here about their internship experience over the course of the summer. This entry is from Daniel Carrillo, Criminal […]

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Starting My Internship at Dolphin Cove – Alexandra Bakerman

Thanks to the generosity of the Bergami Family and the UNH Division of Student Affairs, eight UNH undergraduate students received a stipend to cover expenses related to their unpaid internship experience.  The eight recipients will be blogging here about their internship experience over the course of the summer. First up, Alexandra Bakerman, Marine Biology. (more…)

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Would Martin Luther King Jr. Want Employers in 2013 to Be Color-Blind?

Would Martin Luther King Jr. Want Employers in 2013 to Be Color-Blind?

This year we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered on August 28, 1963, in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. I watched and heard that speech on live TV that day. I was 10 years old. I turned 60 a few weeks ago. In that speech, Dr. […]

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Why UNH????

Heya future graduate students. Continuing on the previous blogs, I would like to share my views on our university. I am Amy, currently pursuing my graduate degree in Masters of Engineering and Operations Management.  So why choose UNH? Because it’s easy to adjust to this small campus. There’s also a sense of belonging and it’s […]

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Breaking In

Being from out-of-town and having spent the summer in southwest Missouri, I was unable to attend any open houses or the accepted student days. So, when I arrived in CT in mid-August, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. I knew from all the emails I received throughout the summer that UNH was going to […]

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The Numbers of Conducting Informational Interviews

Informational interviews are a useful but often overlooked resource in the hunt for internships or jobs. What is an “informational interview”; how does it differ from a regular job interview; why should you conduct one; and how do you conduct one? An informational interview is exactly what it says – it’s an opportunity to gather information, […]

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Social Media Usage and Effectiveness

A new study by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth reveals that colleges and universities are using social media, especially social networking sites, not only to recruit but to research perspective students. The adoption of social media by colleges and universities is being driven by their recognition of the increasingly important role of social media in […]

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From the Director’s Desk – What Employers Look for in New College Graduates

I’m about to make students excited and possibly get my academic colleagues upset. Ready? A student’s GPA doesn’t matter when it comes to landing a job. Alright, settle down. That might be a little too simplistic. A better way to put it would be to say that the exact GPA number isn’t as important to […]

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How and when will students and I interact? #blendkit2012

How and when will students and I interact? #blendkit2012

Even though this has been a particularly busy week, I have been trying to keep up with my “classes.” I’m currently VERY far behind in my Google Power Searching class, but for the most part I’ve stayed up to date with #blendkit2012. The focus this week is on “blending interactions” between instructors and students that are […]

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