Whittney Gould

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  • Daniel Silverman and residents of Lydia's House of Hope pose on the UNH wall on the Thompson Hall lawn

    A Step Forward

    Paul College professors recently hosted business workshops for Lydia’s House of Hope residents.
  • Hayden Spitz stands on UNH Paul College stairway overlooking the Great Hall

    Pup Love

    Entrepreneurship Club president Hayden Spitz ’18 launched a 5K to benefit the New Hampshire SPCA.  
  • YouScheduler teammates Kristian Comer and Francesco Mikulis-Borsoi pose with their faculty advisor, Ian Grant.

    Scheduled to Win

    And the winner of the 30th annual Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation to Market Competition is...
  • Amy White '86

    Q&A with Amy White '86

    Nike's VP of demand and supply management is keynote speaker for the 2018 Women in Business Conference at Paul College.  
  • Tanya Mehta '97

    Judge Yourself Rightly

    Executive coach Tanya Mehta ’97 explains how self-awareness is critical to success.
  • Mayor Craig walks past the three previous mayors of Manchester at her inauguration on January 2.

    History Maker

    Joyce Craig ’89 is the first female mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire.
  • Nancy Bixby '81 at a Paul College Homecoming mentoring event in 2017

    Woman to Woman

    Paul College’s new mentoring initiative includes a focus on women.
  • Crowe poses with Paul College hospitality management chair Nelson Barber and Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands at the Saxbys Durham grand opening

    A New Kind of CEO

    Hospitality grad Trisha Crowe ’17 is in charge of it all.
  • Books on library bookshelves

    Book Recommendations for Women in Business

    Paul College alumni and faculty share some of their favorite books.
  • Associate professor of marketing Goksel Yalcinkaya

    To Exploit or Explore

    How do customers really think, feel and act? This question drives Goksel Yalcinkaya.
  • Associate professor of marketing Shuili Du

    Successful and Sustainable

    Firms that are more sustainable benefit in an expected way. 
  • Assistant professor of marketing Matt O'Hern

    Crowdsourcing for Innovation

    Matthew O’Hern’s career path has been set since he was in sixth grade.
  • Associate professor of marketing Ludwig Bstieler

    Innovative Collaboration

    When it comes to new product development, more heads around the table can mean more innovation, but also more headaches for the partners involved.
  • Associate professor of marketing Billur Akdeniz

    Analyzing Innovation

    Billur Akdeniz's work as an associate professor of marketing keeps her very connected to business practice. 
  • Students talk in groups with their professor at a table with laptops

    Paul College in the Top 100 Again

    U.S. News and World Report has ranked UNH's part-time MBA program among the best in the nation.
  • the counter at Saxby's coffee shop

    Coffee with Conscience

    Paying homage to Saxbys founder and CEO Nick Bayer’s own experience, the company has created a scholarship to give opportuntities to first-generation students at UNH.
  • Innovating New Products

    Innovating New Products

    Paul College's marketing department is ranked in the top 5 percent nationally in scholarly productivity and impact by Academic Analytics.
  • Erik Dodier '92 poses with products created by PixelMEDIA's clients.

    Innovative Alumni

    Paul College alumni are changing their industries—and the world—with their innovative ideas.
  • Doctoral student fellows engage in a session at the PDMA global product development consortium

    Internationally Renowned

    Paul College hosted the 2017 Product Development and Management Association UNH Innovation Doctoral Consortium.
  • Victoria Parker is the new Associate Dean of Graduate Education and Faculty Administration

    Welcome, Associate Dean Parker

    Vicky Parker named associate dean of graduate education and faculty administration at Paul College.
  • Katherine von Jan '93

    Q&A with Katherine von Jan ’93

    Katherine von Jan ’93 has spent a career innovating with “two decades of seeking and seizing bold opportunities for good.”  
  • family owned business owners

    Keeping Alumni Family Businesses Running

    Family-owned businesses make up more than 85 percent of all businesses in New Hampshire and account for 66 percent of the workforce, often creating the most new jobs. 
  • Alumni Jam

    Alumni Jam

    UNH alumni return to campus to mentor students in DataJam.
  • Marketing for the Real World

    Marketing for the Real World

    Capstone course allows students to work with companies on projects.
  • UNH student at an internship

    Partnering for a Social Mission

    UNH’s Social Innovation Internship provides ways for students to gain experience and alumni to engage with their alma mater.
  • UNH Paul College graduate Kevin Knarr and others at a UNH hockey game

    Q&A with Kevin Knarr ’91

    Kevin Knarr ’91, chief operating officer of UnitedHealthcare Employer and Individual, part of the Fortune 500 UnitedHealth Group, understands the importance of giving back to his alma mater. In...
  • Alexi Galica-Cohen standing in UNH's Paul College of Business and Economics

    Career Crossroads

    In 2015, catalog and systems librarian Alexi Galica-Cohen ’18G was at a crossroads. The economic recession of the late 2000s had hit libraries hard. Budgets got slashed and jobs became hard to come...
  • Paul College is continuing the tradition of faculty research and teaching excellence.

    Growing Faculty Excellence

    Paul College is continuing the tradition of faculty research and teaching excellence.
  • UNH student Alexys Gilcreast

    The Business of Research

    Regardless of the research question, there is always a way to relate it to business.
  • UNH campus aerial

    Taking Research to Market

    A new National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded initiative aims to foster entrepreneurship on campus and help take UNH-developed innovations from the lab to commercial markets.
  • Student in UNH Paul College part-time MBA program

    Part-Time MBA Program Among Top 100 Nationally

    U.S News and World Report has released its 2018 rankings of the best graduate schools in the U.S., and the part-time MBA program at the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T.
  • The winning student team poses with Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands, Department of Decision Sciences chair Roger Grinde, and faculty member Jing Wang.

    A Winning Bundle

    The winning student team at last week’s UNH DataJam with Liberty Mutual wants to make your insurance experience much like your academic one.
  • UNH professor Robert Mohr with students

    Mohr Receives Paul College Excellence in Teaching Award

    Economic concepts can be hard for students to grasp. For Robert Mohr, an associate professor of economics, this challenge provides an opportunity to apply economic theory to real-world problems and...
  • Todd Waskelis, vice president of AT&T Security Solutions, gives a presentation on how to address cyber threats at the Paul College Cybersecurity Symposium.

    Cybersecurity Research Helps New Hampshire Small Businesses Combat Security Breaches

    Kholekile Gwebu and Jing Wang, associate professors of decision sciences in the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, noticed something interesting when they were studying best practices...
  • Paul College DIgital Marketing Symposium

    Digital Marketing Symposium Highlights Changes to Industry

    The Digital Marketing Symposium recently hosted by the Paul College department of marketing brought an interesting mix of industry experts to campus to speak about topics in digital marketing. Here...
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