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Q&A with Masami Dustin ‘21

Q&A with Masami Dustin ‘21

When you came to UNH had you planned on weaving in a focus on social innovation or sustainability into your major and why?  I knew since my junior year of high school that I would want to major in business come college, though it wasn’t until recently that I found a true passion for social... Read More

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