Jake Withee ’16G

Jake Withee ’16G's Articles

  • UNH researcher Michael Chambers with a greenhouse-grown shrimp in a net

    Hyperlocal Shrimp?

    UNH researchers are testing a shrimp aquaculture method that could put the seafood staple back in your fishmonger’s case.
  • Exploring the Great Unknown

    Exploring the Great Unknown

    The world’s seafloor is largely undiscovered, which is why Larry Mayer continues to explore it.
  • Angel Investors

    Angel Investors

    Students as angel investors? It doesn't get much more real-world than that.
  • Sustainable U.

    Sustainable U.

    It’s a lot more than just being green. UNH students describe what it’s like to attend one of the most sustainable universities in the United States.
  • UNH mechanical engineering professor Yaning Li

    Inspired by Nature

    Mechanical engineering professor Yaning Li looks to nature’s shapes and structures to create innovative new materials.
  • UNH College of Liberal Arts Associate Dean Reginald Wilburn singing "America the Beautiful" during commencement 2018

    Reginald Wilburn Sings "America the Beautiful"

    COLA Associate Dean Reginald Wilburn sent class of 2018 grads off with a song. 
  • A female UNH student presenting her poster during the 2018 Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium at UNH

    Scientists and Engineers in Action

    A video overview of the 2018 Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium at UNH.
  • Students in the brewery at UNH

    Next Gen Brewers

    Things are brewing at UNH. Take a peek inside one of the newest laboratories.
  • UNH STEMbassadors in a New Hampshire grade school classroom

    A STEM Milestone Worth Marking

    UNH STEMbassadors have reached 13,000 Granite State schoolchildren with hands-on activities, and they show no signs of slowing down. 
  • UNH associate professor Scott Weintraub

    Speaking of Spanish

    Scott Weintraub is named outstanding assistant professor.
  • illustration of UNH's Thompson Hall and a snowman
  • Mary Malone, UNH political science associate professor

    Excellence in International Engagement

    Mary Malone has been recognized for her engagement with the international community.
  • a moose in the mist

    Tracking a Population in Peril

    For the past four years, UNH professor Pete Pekins has been tracking the decline of New Hampshire’s moose population at the hands of the winter tick.
  • UNH emeritus professor of nutrition Colette Janson-Sand

    No-Nonsense Nutrition

    COLSA Professor Emeritus Colette Janson-Sand has been recognized for public service.
  • UNH associate professor Paul Harvey

    Management Material

    Paul Harvey named Outstanding Associate Professor at 2017 faculty excellence reception. 
  • UNH professor Diane Foster with students

    Stretching Their Sea Legs

    Diane Foster studies changes in the sea floor, grooming the next generation of ocean scientists on the way.
  • Andrew Boysen, UNH professor of music

    Something Special

    Professor of music Andrew Boysen received the 2017 Excellence in Research award at a recent ceremony.
  • Nathan Schwadron, professor of physics at UNH

    Communications Breakdown?

    Nathan Schwadron explores the effects of radiation from solar winds on Earth.
  • UNH student in internship at Lonza Biologics

    Getting a Taste of Real-World Biotech

    UNH students try out their dream careers through internships.
  • 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

    UNH seabird research and restoration reveals a lot about fish health in the Gulf of Maine.
  • UNH student tracking moose in New Hampshire's northern woods

    Tracking a Troubled Icon

    The iconic moose is in decline. Here's what UNH researchers are doing about it. 
  • A Rare Experiment

    A Rare Experiment

    UNH researchers have launched a multiyear project to investigate the effects of drought on Northeast forests.
  • Jennifer Miksis-Olds

    Good Listener

    Jennifer Miksis-Olds has made a career out of listening to some of the Earth’s most curious creatures.
  • students foraging for seaweed

    Foraging For Seaweed

    Gabby Bradt, a fisheries specialist at UNH Cooperative Extension and N.H. Sea Grant, is getting the word out about the benefits of seaweed. Her popular hands-on workshops invite the community to the...
  • UNH associate professor of anthropology Meghan Howey

    Meghan Howey Digs Durham

    On the edge of Great Bay, Meghan Howey, associate professor of anthropology, digs for clues to New Hampshire's early — and violent — past.  
  • U.S. Air Force Gen. Lori Robinson

    Commencement Address

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Lori Robinson delivers the address at UNH Commencement May 20, 2017.
  • flute player at UNH student composers concert

    Sounds of Student Composers

    UNH music students debuted original compositions at the 2017 Student Composers’ Concert on April 21. Their works comprised music for voice and woodwinds, including a sonata for oboe. Other UNH music...
  • UNH students take over UNH Snapchat graphic

    Best of the Best Takeover Moments

    A compilation of some of the best student Snapchat takeover moments from the 2016–2017 academic year.
  • UNH bee researchers

    The Buzz on Bees

    Buzzing bees are one of the surest signs of spring, but that seasonal soundtrack is increasingly in danger.
  • Xena, the SynDaver, at UNH

    Flesh and Blood

    Meet Xena, the synthetic cadaver who entered lab classrooms earlier this semester. Her guts, arteries, organs, blood flow and real-feeling flesh give the anatomy and physiology students who work with...
  • Students from UNH, Keene and Plymouth acting in Oedipus

    Get to the Greek

    Students from UNH, Keene and Plymouth will bring some of the Greek’s finest characters to life this weekend in Durham.
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