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End of February

I never thought it would arrive, but finally we’ve made it to end of February which means maybe only one more month of winter.

The state’s official snowfall record in Concord is 84.3″. 230 more words

Gardening

Granite state MOOC to give insider look on primary

Originally published in The New Hampshire; February 16th, 2015

http://www.tnhdigital.com/granite-state-mooc-to-give-insider-look-on-primary/

When the campaign trails are set ablaze, New Hampshire is the political hot spot. University of New Hampshire political science professors Andrew Smith and Dante Scala want to ignite the flames, as they prepare to launch a massive open online course (MOOC) focused completely on the New Hampshire presidential primary. 788 more words

Published Work

Presenting at the University of New Hampshire Today...

I have the pleasure of presenting to the faculty and staff of the University of New Hampshire today on the use of social media in engaging students.   177 more words

Social Media

UAlbany squeezes out win against UNH

ALBANY, N.Y. – UAlbany entered Wednesday night’s game with a perfect 9-0 record in conference play and was able to keep a clean record against University of New Hampshire. 166 more words

Sports

Six Shore players sign with FBS schools

Six Shore Conference scholastic football players signed national letters of intents with NCAA Division FBS schools Wednesday.

Wednesday was the first day of the signing period. 641 more words

News

Student Body President Sweeney seeks board of trustees seat

http://www.tnhdigital.com/student-body-president-sweeney-seeks-board-of-trustees-seat/

For Joe Sweeney, it’s simply a labor of love.

Instead of running for re-election, the UNH Student Body President will look to hold a position on the University System of New Hampshire Board of Trustees for the upcoming year. 956 more words

Published Work

Dan Lands His Dream Job

From the beginning, my dream job was to teach teachers.  After twenty plus years in public school classrooms in California, Arizona, New Hampshire, and Maine, I was fried.  1,512 more words

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