Jeremy Gasowski

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  • 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 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...
  • Thompson School Student Showcase

    Thompson School Students Showcase Research

    Posters filled Cole Hall during the Thompson School's URC Student Showcase on Wednesday. 
  • UNH Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium

    Scenes from STEMland

    At the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium on Wednesday, Wildcats turned up the wow factor. 
  • UNH student Alexys Gilcreast

    The Business of Research

    Regardless of the research question, there is always a way to relate it to business.
  • UNH graduate student at Graduate Research Conference

    Spotlight on Graduate Research

    UNH graduate students took the spotlight last week during the Graduate Research Conference.
  • UNH cyclists in the wind tunnel

    The Science of Cycling

    Can drafting techniques be improved for better energy savings? UNH undergraduates are investigating.
  • Graduate student Allison Leach in front of a research poster

    How's Your Nitrogen Footprint?

    Sustainability leadership efforts have contributed to a groundbreaking initiative to measure and reduce the nitrogen footprint on campus.
  • UNH Professor Nancy Kinner working with students.

    Live from Russia: UNH’s Nancy Kinner

    Prof. Nancy Kinner is in Russia this week presenting at an international symposium.
  • UNH student Eden Suoth

    Scholar, Leader, Volunteer

    Eden Suoth always imagined going to college in a city. Then he visited UNH.
  • Hannah Johnson

    1866: A Very Good Year, A Very Good Beer

    Smuttynose Brewing Company and the University of New Hampshire have partnered to brew a session ale to celebrate UNH’s 150th anniversary.
  • UNH students walking through a snowy campus

    UNH Announces Tuition-Free Plan for Hundreds of NH Students

    The University of New Hampshire is launching a new program in the fall that guarantees all full-time, first-year New Hampshire students receiving federal Pell grants will pay no tuition to attend the...
  • UNH student Janet Khoury

    From Accounting to Arabic

    Janet Khoury has some advice for incoming students: Try new things.From Arabic to accounting, Janet Khoury ’18 has been learning a lot since she arrived at UNH. One thing in particular stands out,...
  • UNH student Sarah Jakositz '18

    Outstanding Opportunities

    Sarah Jakositz ’18 has been immersed in myriad opportunities on campus as a UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences student.
  • A Look at the New Hamel Rec

    A Look at the New Hamel Rec

    Hamel Recreation Center has been transformed. Renovations are complete and quite impressive. 
  • UNH Junior Named a "New Face" in Engineering

    UNH Junior Named a "New Face" in Engineering

    “UNH has challenged and pushed me to be my best in all areas of my life," says Kate Haslett '18.
  • Career and Internship Fair at University of New Hampshire
  • Kate Haslett in UNH lab

    UNH Junior Named to ASCE's "New Faces of Engineering"

    Katie Haslett '18 has been named to the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2017 class of New Faces of Civil Engineering, which highlights the next generation of leaders in the profession.
  • UNH Alumni Pregame at Frozen Fenway
  • UNH psychology professor Katie Edwards

    No Means No Worldwide

    No means no. Not just here, on this campus, in this country, but everywhere, even in Kenya, which has one of the highest instances of rape in the world. Fortunately, it also has a progressive sexual...
  • Students moving into dorms

    A Snapshot of Fall at UNH

    University Day and Homecoming helped usher in the fall semester. Here’s a look at just some of what went on around campus.
  • Holiday Cheer

    Holiday Cheer

    Glad tidings and all good things in the New Year    
  • Peter Urquhart, associate professor of music at UNH and UNH's carilloneur

    Towering Sounds

    When it comes to campus traditions, there are few more familiar than the songs that toll from the Thompson Hall tower every morning at 11.
  • UNH students outside Smith Hall

    Stopping the Stigma

    Across campus, counselors and students are working to raise mental health awareness.
  • UNH provost and vice president for academic affairs Nancy Targett

    Seeing Threads

    Nancy Targett is passionate about connecting people and ideas. It’s a philosophy that guided her at the University of Delaware, where she joined the faculty in 1984 and was named dean of its College...
  • UNH women's cross country team with award

    Four Years Running

    The women’s cross country team made a run for the record books in October, taking home its fourth-straight America East championship. Elinor Purrier ’17 set a new America East championship meet...
  • UNH alum Jamie Emery '80 and team

    Water Wizards

    In 1992, Jamie Emery ’80, president of Emery & Garrett Groundwater Investigations (EGGI), was retained by the Virginia State Department of Corrections to identify new water sources for a prison...
  • UNH alumnus Francis “Fran” DiNuzzo ’78 ’81G

    Innovating What’s Next

    It’s the type of scenario most of us would rather not ponder: water from the Hudson River filling New York City’s Holland Tunnel during rush hour, the nearby Houston and Canal Street subway stations...
  • UNH alumna Kendall Kunelius '15

    A Cut Above

    When Kendall Kunelius ’15 arrived at UNH in 2011, her path was clear. A 10-year 4-Her and the devoted owner of a pony named Winsome, Kunelius planned to major in equine management, graduate, and...
  • UNH students marching in the Homecoming parade

    Noteworthy

    Gray skies and chilly temps couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the UNH students who marched in the annual Homecoming parade — or the many community members who lined Main Street to watch. Joined by...
  •  Bye Waste, Hello Warmth

    Bye Waste, Hello Warmth

    At UNH’s Organic Dairy Research Farm, UNH researchers have launched an innovative composting program that provides a high-quality compost product and captures the heat energy for use elsewhere on the...
  • UNH basketball player

    Student-Athletes Shine

    UNH athletic teams earn top NCAA Graduation Success Rate scores and more.
  • President Barack Obama at UNH, November 2016

    Election Season Closes with Visit from None Other than the POTUS

    At 8 a.m. Monday, thousands of students and community members were already bundled, caffeinated and waiting outside the Whittemore Center in hopes of hearing from President Barack Obama.
  • UNH graduate student in occupational therapy and Krempels Center member and brain injury survivor

    A Common Chord: UNH Intern Brings Harmony, Healing to Brain Injury Survivor

    A University of New Hampshire occupational therapy graduate student helps bring music back into the life of a traumatic brain injury survivor at the Krempels Center in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston speaking at an open forum

    Questions and Answers

    President and provost host public forum.
  • An historic map of New Hampshire in UNH's collection

    Mapping History

    The historic Carrigain map goes on view in Dimond Library on November 16.
  • Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in the UNH Field House

    Looking Back on a Busy Election Season

    It’s been a busy year, with several presidential candidates visiting UNH. Here, we take a look back at some of the action. 
  • Three UNH students pose in front of the Wildcat statue.

    Big Cat on Campus Turns 10

    The Wildcat Statue turns 10 years old this fall.
  • UNH marching band at Hear Us Roar event

    UNH Kicks Off 150th Anniversary

    It was a roaring good time in the Whitt Friday night. Here are the highlights.
  • UNH alumna Mary Jo Brown '89 and UNH student Doug Marino '18
  • Kids outside at the CDSC

    Teaching the Teachers

    Learning looks like child’s play at the Child Study and Development Center    
  • UNH student on campus fall 2016

    UNH Celebrates Its 150th with Application Fee Waiver for All N.H. Residents

    Thousands of Granite State high school students will save $50 when they apply to the University of New Hampshire for fall 2017 in celebration of the flagship public research university’s 150th...
  • gymnastics at UNH University Day

    University Day

    Blue skies and sunshine greeted the thousands who turned out for University Day.
  • Illustration of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Constitution

    Exercising the Constitution

    On the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787, UNH associate professor of political science Susan Siggelakis reflects on Puerto Rico v. Sánchez Valle, a case that went...
  • UNH Wildcat Stadium, Durham, NH

    UNH Football Clinches Win in Wildcat Stadium Debut

    Here are some highlights from opening night at the new Wildcat Stadium, where the UNH football team staged a thrilling victory. Photo Gallery  
  • Kristin Waterfield Duisberg with Wild E. Cat and Gnarlz at UNH's Thompson Hall

    In This Issue...

    For a non-alum, I’ve always prided myself on knowing UNH pretty well. My family moved to Durham when I was 18 months old, when my father took a job at UNH teaching physical education and coaching the...
  • Molly Jacobson ’17 collects bees as part of her 2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) project examining the biodiversity and conservation of native pollinators in southern New Hampshire

    Popular Pollinators

    The buzz about New Hampshire’s bee population isn’t all bad. This spring, assistant professor of biological sciences Sandra Rehan and USDA research fellow Erika Tucker released the results of a first...
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