Former Hanoverian and PhD student James Ward was featured in the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)’s blog recently. Congratulations James! James is completing his PhD in Higher Education Policy at USC Rossier School of Education.
Since joining Hanover in March of 2017, I have not only developed lasting and meaningful friendships, but also experienced a considerable amount of professional development. Working at Hanover, I speak with senior executives at organizations throughout the United States on … Continued
Every year for the past 3 years Hanover employees have sponsored children through the Salvation Army of Arlington’s Angel Tree program. Despite the busy time of the year, Hanoverians once again impressed us with their generosity! Together we purchased clothes, … Continued
The part of the job that I enjoy the most at Hanover was actually my biggest fear when I started the job – Cold Calling. I was unsure what the experience would be like, and my only knowledge of cold … Continued
Congratulations to former Hanoverian Dianna Payton on being named to the ‘forty under 40’ list of people to watch by Baton Rouge Business Report! Well Done!
Hanover’s employees contributed over 700 community service hours across our 2017 #hanoverweekofservice!
Each year, our Content team takes time to recognize and celebrate quality research and researcher-driven innovation through two main events – our Innovation Contest, featuring presentations from five finalists, and our Exemplary Projects session where we review some of the … Continued
Ashby Manson – a Senior Account Management Associate on the Education team – has been with Hanover for a year and a half. She graduated from UVA with her Bachelor’s in International Relations and Affairs. Ashby joined Hanover as a … Continued
Hanover’s Week of Service this year enabled all staff, office based and remote, to participate in a community service activity that was meaningful to that group of employees/community. Hanover’s Charlottesville office was proud to be a part of the 26th … Continued