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0000017a-15d9-d736-a57f-17ff8caf0000An Examination Of Higher Education In The Granite StateThis special series presented by NHPR takes a look at the uncertain future of New Hampshire's colleges, and how they are working to stay relevant, competitive, and worth the cost.Series stories and topics will air on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, The Exchange and Word of Mouth, and you can find all of the content and special web-only features right here.________Series made possible with support from EDvestinU & The Derryfield School.0000017a-15d9-d736-a57f-17ff8caf0001

In Their Own Voices: New Hampshire Students Weigh In

All week long, our NHPR News, The Exchange, and Word of Mouth will be taking a look at higher education in New Hampshire for our special series, A Matter of Degrees. 

We're also letting students from around the state weigh in during Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and will be posting their reflections right here.

Monday's Student Minute:

Michelle King, Gorham, N.H. Michelle will be graduating in 2015 with an Associate's Degree from White Mountain Community College:

Tuesday's Student Minute:

Katarzyna Duz, a senior at Keene State College, graduating this month with a degree in Health Science:

Listen to Katarzyna Duz in this piece produced by NHPR's Michael Brindley.

Wednesday's Student Minute:

Emily Erickson is studying biology at Saint Anselm College, on her way to become a medical student after she graduates in 2016.


Thursday's Student Minute:

Kayla Belouin of Deering, NH is a General Studies major at NHTI enrolled in the Management Certificate program.  She expects to graduate next May with her Associate’s Degree, and then move on to study business at a four-year public school.  

Kayla Belouin talks about her higher ed experience.

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