Decked out in shorts and a T-shirt, Aseeb Niazi was too busy improving the look inside a million-dollar oceanfront house last week to enjoy the view outside...Forty miles inland, UNH student Tyler MacKay is pursuing a similar painting venture in Bedford, writing job estimates and supervising painting crews.
Learn more about the new business school building and how Peter T. Paul's donation made it happen.
The intent of the agreement is to provide students who have completed an associate degree at GBCC to continue their education at UNH in a field of business administration, economics, or hospitality management. Depending on the student and their progress, this can be accomplished within two to three years at the institution.
The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire and Great Bay Community College (GBCC) have signed an agreement that will allow qualified Great Bay students to transfer seamlessly into several four-year business programs at UNH. The agreement, signed by UNH President Mark W. Huddleston and GBCC President Wildolfo Arvelo, maps course selection decisions for GBCC students to support university access and bachelor’s degree completion.
Great Bay Community College students will soon be able to transfer to the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire, due to a new articulation agreement.
Fifteen teams of students will compete in the Bud Albin Challenge Round, the semi-final round of the Holloway Prize Innovation-to-Market Competition. The semi-final round will be held Friday, April 26, 2013, during the UNH Undergraduate Research Conference. The business plan competition runs from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
Promising entrepreneurs hoping to win this year’s record $25,000 Holloway Prize – the oldest business plan competition in the state and one of the first in the nation – will vie in the first stage of the competition this April, having only 10 minutes to make their best first impression.
UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
The University of New Hampshire’s PAUL College is seeking to fill two or three visiting positions in economics for the 2013/14 academic year.
The recession: The economic downturn in 2008 and early 2009 is thought to be the major reason for the jump in disability payments to people who were formerly working.
"With every recession, we see a rise in the number of applicants," said Andrew Houtenville, an economics professor at the University of New Hampshire's Institute on Disability. "People are looking for options in terms of income support."