Andrew Ulman is a proud graduate of New England College. The NEC alum earned his Bachelor of Arts in 2000.
For five years, Andrew Ulman attended New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire. While enrolled at the liberal arts college, Ulman fostered his love for news distribution while working towards a Bachelor of Arts degree. Outside of his studies, Andrew Ulman participated in a variety of extracurricular activities, including New England College’s radio station, lacrosse team and student council.
New England College Radio Station
WNEC 91.7 FM
Early into his time at New England College, Andrew Ulman gravitated towards the school’s radio station. Immersing himself in the live and now nature of radio further fueled his fascination with news distribution. Ulman first found his footing at the radio station by assisting the Director with everyday operations. This helped him to familiarize himself with the basic internal functions and happenings of a radio station.
Before long, Andrew Ulman was a master of the day to day operations at the New England College radio station. The aspiring news reporter was excited to dive even further into the business. When the Director offered Ulman the opportunity to host his own radio show, he couldn’t say ‘yes’ fast enough! Keeping the student body aware and informed on the goings on of the campus and student culture was a highlight for Andrew Ulman. Taking the reigns as Disc Jockey was an exciting ride as well… but the responsibility of informing the public was the most important aspect of the project for Ulman.
Every once in a while, the NEC grad tunes in to WNEC 91.7 FM to relive the nostalgia of his radio station days. Andrew Ulman proudly credits his experience with the NEC radio station as a major source of inspiration for his own news distribution project, Missing Persons 911. He continues to apply the lessons he learned at the radio station to his many reporting projects.