Following three successful semesters studying computer science at the Rochester Institute for Technology, Cory Nitschelm transferred to UNH’s Paul College to pursue his interests in a business school setting. The business analytics and management major has been finding real-world applications for his newfound knowledge ever since.
The campus a cappella group Not Too Sharp has been one proving ground for Corey’s leadership and business skills. He was a driving force behind several recordings, music videos and nationally televised performances, including Christmas morning on the Today Show and during recent Democratic and Republican presidential debates. In addition to joining other leadership- and business-focused student organizations, Cory has held positions at UNH’s InterOperability Lab, a testing center for national technology brands, and interned with Liberty Mutual as a digital strategy analyst.
Cory's successes at UNH helped him earn a place in the Liberty Mutual technical development program after graduation.