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Angel Tree At SNHU to Give Back to Local Community

With the holiday season just around the corner, SNHU’s Bradley Three Year Honors Program Principles of Management class is offering students a way to give back.   The Angel Tree Campaign provides gifts to those who might not otherwise receive them during the holiday season. Starting November 14, ten decorated trees will be put up in different buildings around campus with tags on them that contain information about a person and what kind of
Caption: Left to right: Cailey Cotter, Brianna Camara and Kathryn Limerick surfed off the coast of Chile.
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Students Taken to Chile for New Global Executive Management Course

Twenty-three SNHU students and three faculty members spent the first part of their summer break in Viña del Mar, Chile, learning about the international business market in South America and experiencing the Chilean culture. These students were the first to try the new Global Executive Management course, a three-credit course Kyle Viator, Assistant Dean of the School of Business, developed in his PhD program.