Negative Experiences Had While Studying Abroad

My study abroad experience was completely based on countdowns. Countdowns until application deadlines, countdowns until flying to Italy, countdowns to fall break and finally countdowns until we go home. In my last 14 days in Florence, Italy, I was counting down every single second until my flight home. My friends would often ask, "Are you not having fun?" or "Do you not like studying

Project Atlas Weighs on the Shoulders of Faculty

Jay Kosegarten, Faculty Senate president and associate professor of psychology, called for an emergency faculty meeting on Tuesday, April 4 at 3:30 p.m to discuss a new program called Project Atlas. The meeting lasted until approximately 5:30 p.m. Project Atlas came to light when a recruitment email was sent by Executive Director of Project Atlas Jennifer Share to education students working with Destination Imagination,

SNHU Students Respond to the High School Shooting in Parkland Florida

In response to the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a collaboration between the Office of Diversity Programming, the Women’s Center and the Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) brought together a group of students and faculty to discuss the impact of school shootings and how to react and prevent the desensitization to mass casualty events. One of the

SALT Conference Unites Students with Affairs Mentors

On Sunday, November 12 and Monday, November 13, five students from SNHU attended the Student Affairs Leaders of Tomorrow (SALT) Conference. This conference, brought to the attendees by the Office of Student Involvement, was delivered to students who are pointing their future towards student affairs. Student affairs typically refers to jobs or positions at a college or university not directly involved with academics (Student