Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • Landscape view of forest with mountains in distance

    Woodland Woes

    New England has been losing forestland to development at a rate of 65 acres per day, according to report co-authored by John Aber.
  • UNH students at the International Student Reception

    Meet and Greet

    International students gathered at a reception in their honor recently. 
  • UNH University Day

    University Day Delights

    Highlights from University Day 2017
  • Two UNH researchers at the Shoals Marine Laboratory

    What Taking Care of Terns Tells Us

    Each summer, on a small island just off New Hampshire's coast, researchers from the Shoals Marine Laboratory work to save and protect threatened and endangered seabirds called terns. Terns experience...
  • collaged image of UNH's new faculty 2017
  • Kristin Duisberg visiting some cows at the UNH organic dairy

    In This Issue...

    When I started working at UNH in October 2008, there were two high-profile topics I recall as taking up many staff writers’ time. One was the installment of a then brand-new President Mark Huddleston...
  • UNH's Flow Physics Facility Wind Tunnel

    Win(d)-Win Proposition

    Running 26.2 miles in less than two hours: it’s long been the moonshot of distance running, a feat at the very limits of athletic achievement. When a much-publicized attempt led by sportswear giant...
  • Graduate student Erica Holm ’16 is one of several UNHers involved in a Hamel Center summer research project to evaluate bird communities in shrubbery that grows along power lines.

    Noteworthy

    EARLY BIRD: Graduate student Erica Holm ’16 is one of several UNHers involved in a Hamel Center summer research project to evaluate bird communities in shrubbery that grows along power lines. An...
  • Students walking to class at the University of New Hampshire

    Back to Class

    Blue skies and sunshine made a great backdrop for the first day of classes.
  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • UNH graduate Rachel Sabol '17

    Bio Brain

    When you talk with Rachel Sabol ’17 about her scholarly work, it’s as if she’s been in bioresearch for years.
  • UNH graduate Eddie Alhamdan '17

    An Accountant from Amman

    Eddie Alhamdan '17 came all the way from Amman, Jordan, to study accounting at UNH.
  • UNH student Crystina Friese '20

    In the Field

    Crystina Friese '20, an anthropology major, is honing archeological field methods in the Great Bay Estuary this summer with guidance from her mentor, professor Meghan Howey. (Photo: Jeremy Gasowski)
  • Thompson Hall at UNH in Durham, NH

    UNH 85th on College Access Index

    The New York Times has ranked UNH 85th on its College Access Index, a guide that rates schools based on their commitment to economic diversity, which the newspaper called "Doing the Most for the...
  • UNH graduate Julianne Calef '17

    Financial Fitness

    Business is not black and white, and that’s one of the things Julianne Calef ’17 likes about it.
  • UNH graduate Brenden Holt

    Always in Action

    Brenden Holt ’17 explains what's special about his health and physical education major. 
  • John Small

    Introducing the Chairman

    John Small, chairman of the USNH board of trusteesJohn W. Small, a '76 UNH graduate and former vice chair of the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) board of trustees, has been unanimously...
  • UNH students conducting research in a shrubby area

    A Bird in Hand

    Native shrubs or invasive shrubs? Students from the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture are running a comparison on birds' use of shrubby transmission line rights-of-way this summer. 
  • UNH campus with students walking along path

    Search Firm Selected

    An executive recruitment firm has been hired to partner with the University System of New Hampshire to conduct the search for the successor to UNH President Mark W. Huddleston, who is retiring at the...
  • UNH hockey player on the ice during a game at the Whittemore Center Arena

    Donor Impact: Athletics

    Danny Buzzell talks with UNH Today about how donors help make UNH Athletics successful.
  • UNH students walking down Main St. in Durham, NH

    Donor Impact: Center for International Education and Global Engagement

    UNH Today talks with Gregg Orifici about how donors impact the work of the UNH Center for International Education and Global Engagement. 
  • UNH rowers on a dock holding oars

    Donor Impact: Rowing

    UNH Today spoke with Rachel Rawlinson recently about how donors help make her program successful. Rawlinson is head of men's and women's rowing at UNH.  How does donor support help your program?
  • Corinna Jenkins Tucker

    Sibling Studies

    Corinna Jenkins Tucker aims to understand the role of conflict in sibling relationships.
  • UNH students eating in Holloway Commons

    Guiding Stars on Campus

    Guiding Stars raises awareness of healthy food choices available on campus.  
  • UNH alumna Becky Fleming '92

    One Gift at a Time

    Becky Fleming ’92 has remained connected to UNH, giving to her alma mater year after year.
  • Thanh Dinh ’17

    Payback

    Thanh Dinh ’17 had a personal reason for delaying his application to medical school so he could volunteer with City Year, and he offers it up readily: When he needed support, people gave it to him....
  • UNH students walking toward Thompson Hall at sunset with text saying thank you for rising to the #UNH603 Challenge

    Champions of The (603) Challenge

    Donors came out of the woodwork during the third annual (603) Challenge.
  • Jennifer Miksis-Olds

    Good Listener

    Jennifer Miksis-Olds has made a career out of listening to some of the Earth’s most curious creatures.
  • Reunion Weekend 2017
  • Students hiking in UNH's College Woods

    The $51B Industry

    UNH is helping meet the need for outdoor recreation employees.
  • Meg Hauschildt, UNH graduate

    Exercising Her Mind

    Margarethe “Meg” Hauschildt '17 is on her way to a career in healthcare. But first, a stop in New York. Hauschildt will enter the doctoral program in physical therapy at Columbia University this fall.
  • UNH professor Scott Ollinger

    On High with Scott Ollinger

    Scott Ollinger, professor of ecosystem ecology, understands our changing climate by studying the forests AND the trees. 
  • A UNH student at work in the field

    UNH in the Top 10

    UNH is one of the top places in the United States to study natural resources and conservation.
  • UNH graduate and Planet Fitness CEO Chris Rondeau in gym in Portsmouth, N.H.

    In the Judgment Free Zone®

    Chris Rondeau ’94 was studying business at UNH back in the early 1990s when he picked up a part-time job at a new gym in nearby Dover. After graduation he went full time at that gym — Planet Fitness...
  • UNH graduate Anna Gruen

    Finding Her Success

    During a recent job interview, a could-be future boss asked Anna Gruen ’17, “Where do you see yourself in 50 years?”
  • UNH's Caitlin Truesdale '17

    Next Stop: The Guggenheim

    For many lovers of art and culture, the Guggenheim is the place to go. For Caitlin Truesdale ’17, the museum’s Venice, Italy, location will be her office this fall as she begins her internship there...
  • UNH's Will Lombard '17

    The Play’s the Thing

    William Lombard ’17 is set to embark on his acting career.
  • Joanna Lewis '17

    What’s Next: Water Sanitation in Panama

    When Joanna Lewis ’17 was thinking about what she would do with her newly minted degree in environmental engineering, she didn’t turn to a big firm or local municipality. She joined the Peace Corps.
  • Senior Lobster Bake 2017
  • wildcat statue and UNH graduate

    Commencement Is Here

    Everything you need to know about Commencement 2017.
  • UNH student Max Miller at the Holloway Competition.

    Droppn Picks Up the Prize

    The 2017 Paul J. Holloway Prize Competition came to its conclusion on Tuesday.
  • UNH student Carrington Cazeau '17

    Career Minded

    Talk about plum assignments: When Boston native Carrington Cazeau ’17 went to Washington, D.C., for an internship with the U.S. Marshals Service, he was one of only four assigned to the Superior...
  • Students eating in one of UNH's dining halls

    The Choline Connection

    A UNH faculty member helps Reader’s Digest offer subscribers a closer look at an important nutrient.
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston

    UNH President Mark Huddleston To Retire in 2018

    UNH President Mark Huddleston will retire at the close of the 2017-18 academic year. 
  • All Colleges Symposium

    Friday in Photos

    Images from Friday's All Colleges Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • Paul College Great Hall

    Farm-to-Hospital

    Can fresh local food be offered at Wentworth-Douglass? A COLSA senior has a plan to make it happen.
  • UNH students cheer at commencement.

    First Commencement in Wildcat Stadium

    It’s that time of year again: Spring is in the air; the weather is getting warmer; and graduation is right around the corner. This year’s commencement will be held in the new Wildcat Stadium. For the...
  • UNH student Yusuf Ebrahim

    Research for the Scientific World

    Bria Frehner ’17 first started conducting research on cancer cells in professor Charles Walker’s lab the summer after her freshman year. Yusuf Ebrahim ’17 met Walker during his first semester at UNH...
  • Paul College at UNH

    A Look at Housing Costs in New England

    An internship that turned into a part-time job helped Conor McFarland '17 understand just how lacking affordable housing is in the state of New Hampshire.
  • Paul College Poster Presentations - URC Week 2017

    The Economists

    Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in economics at the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics put their research results on display in the great room Thursday, discussing...
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