Congratulations to the newly admitted students! It is an incredible feeling to be a part of not only one of the best communications schools in the country, but a top 50 school as well. I hope you find your acceptance… Read more ›
It is no secret that social media have become important tools and a sought-after skill in the communications industry. Public relations practitioners alone use social media platforms to reach and engage with publics, track interest, disseminate information and develop brands.… Read more ›
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Current Newhouse Master’s students are in New Hampshire covering the primary. You can check out some of their stories below. Links will be added as more stories are posted. Amelia Beamer Vote Free or Die in New Hampshire Campaign trail… Read more ›
Graduation is 99 days away, but who’s counting? For many of us here at Newhouse this means that the hunt is on. In an attempt to become a fierce competitor I’ve just stricken ‘job’ because ‘the hunt’ is more parallel… Read more ›
Financial aid for graduate school can be complicated. You may have received a financial aid “package” along with your undergraduate admission offer, but aid at the graduate level is very different. Merit aid This is what is offered by the… Read more ›
It is peak admissions time for graduate schools everywhere. While we are busy reviewing and making decisions, applicants are anxiously awaiting decisions. Here is a little insight into our process. Processing First, the University’s Enrollment Management Processing Office downloads your… Read more ›