Stories in Topic: Business

  • The UNH Prevention Innovations Research Center team with UNHInnovation staff
    10.07.15 - Winner, Winner, Innovators’ Dinner
    Prevention Innovations Research Center is Innovator of the Year
    At its fifth annual Innovators’ Dinner last week, UNHInnovation (UNHI) made good on its mission to recognize the full sweep of innovation, including intellectual property and creative work as well as more typical technological innovations.
  • Andrew Jaccoma, founder of Sensible Spreader Technologies
    10.01.15 - A Sensible Venture
    Checking in with a winning entrepreneur
    It’s coming up on a year since the annual Social Venture Innovation Challenge put hard cash into the hands of budding entrepreneurs, and we thought we’d check in with a couple of the winners to see where they are with their ventures.
  • 09.30.15 - Making Food Deserts History
    It’s coming up on a year since the annual Social Venture Innovation Challenge put hard cash into the hands of budding entrepreneurs, and we thought we'd check in with a couple of the winners to see where they are with their ventures.
  • Fidelity Investments in Merrimack, NH, hired 25 UNH interns this summer.
    08.26.15 - At Fidelity, UNH Interns Are a Wise Investment
    Global financial giant draws on UNH to recruit career professionals
    Fidelity Investments in Merrimack, New Hampshire, hires more interns from UNH than any other college or university.
  • 05.21.15 - Angels in the Classroom: UNH Launches First Undergraduate Student Managed Angel Fund on East Coast
  • 05.21.15 - Multidisciplinary UNH Team Captures 2015 Holloway Prize
    Everton Organics, an organic fertilizer company, took the Paul J. Holloway Innovation-to-Market Prize at the 2015 competition on May 5. The competition was held at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics on the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham. Everton outlasted 59 other teams in the multi-tiered competition, including a mobile app company, an iced coffee company and a company that makes remote monitoring devices for wells. (See finalists) 
  • 05.06.15 - A Taste of a Future Career
    Behind the scenes with the advanced food and beverage class at the gourmet dinner
  • UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
    03.13.15 - UNH Receives Two BOB Awards
    MBA program, Holloway competition recognized
    UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, home to the Holloway Innovation-to-Market Competition
  • UNH Manchester
    02.12.15 - UNH Manchester to Launch Region’s Only On-Campus Undergrad Analytics Degree Program
  • Deborah Merrill-Sands , Dean of  Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
    12.18.14 - Deborah Merrill-Sands Named Dean of Paul College
    Deborah Merrill-Sands will take over leadership of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire.
  • Student winners in 2014 N.H. Social Venture Innovation Challenge
    12.17.14 - The Innovators: Entrepreneurs Earn Top Honors, Seed Dollars in N.H. Social Venture Innovation Challenge
    Some of society’s most pressing social and environmental challenges seemed much more solvable on Monday when aspiring entrepreneurs presented their proposals for innovative, business-oriented solutions in the final round of the New Hampshire Social Venture Innovation Challenge at UNH. Six teams earned cash prizes to help their get their ideas off the ground and into the marketplace.
  • President Huddleston addresses the state's lean management forum.
    12.10.14 - UNH, N.H. Team up to Get "Lean"
    When New Hampshire’s legendary frugality meets with a cutting-edge business tool that private industries use to become more efficient, remarkable things begin to happen. Consider the results within state agencies and across our public higher education institutions in recent years.
  • 11.12.14 - Tim Collins '85 Tours Eponymously Named Career Center
    On Monday evening, Paul College dean Arnold Garron, Paul College director of career services Charlene Zerbinopoulos and several Paul students gathered in the new Collins Career and Resource Center to thank Tim Collins ’85 for his generous gift that helped make the new Paul College building a reality. Collins and his wife Emily ’89 have been generous supporters of UNH for many years, and Collins has also donated resources from his company, EBSCO Industries. Recently, Collins became the first non-family CEO in EBSCO's 84-year history.
  • UNH Professor Tom Laue and UNH AVP of innovation Marc Sedam
    10.22.14 - Prof. Tom Laue Named Innovator of the Year at UNHInnovation Event
  • 09.30.14 - Hospitality Management Test Drive
    High-school seniors get a head start in a high-growth industry
    High school seniors considering a career in the hospitality management industry got a head start on their resumes this summer during the Hospitality Management Summer Program at the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
  • Historic Pandora Mill building--future home of the UNH Manchester
    08.06.14 - UNH Expansion in Manchester Paves the Way for Job Growth
  • 06.19.14 - Weight Watchers
    A new product that will help measure rooftop snow loads
  • 06.17.14 - Queen of Clean
    Mompreneur Debbie Wiener '80 turned a moment of desperation into an enterprise
    Debbie Wiener '80 describes her home-decorating style as part Martha Stewart, part World Wrestling Entertainment. It's a mix that has propelled her into the stratosphere as the "Slobproof!" maven, a Maryland-based interior designer who has created a brand for people who want homes and furniture that can stand up to the realities of life in a time-crunched world with kids, pets, and yes, even slobs.
  • 06.12.14 - Q&A with Susan Mercandetti '75
    'Everything that was important to learn, I learned at the all-night diner'
  • 06.12.14 - The Road I've Traveled: What Corporate Ladder?
    Define success for yourself—and then keep redefining it.
    Full disclosure: I flunked Italian my senior year. This was galling, particularly to my Italian parents. Thinking the class would be an easy A, I'd spent my mornings hosting a news broadcast on WUNH invece di frequentare il corso di italiano (instead of going to class—I've learned a little since). No class, no pass. And no more tuition money in the parental coffers.