Jeremy Gasowski

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  • Stuck Yet? Now’s Your Chance: Vaccines Available

    Stuck Yet? Now’s Your Chance: Vaccines Available

    Registration is now open for all members of the UNH community to receive their first COVID-19 vaccine Monday, April 19, 10 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at the Whittemore Center. 
  • Challenged to Meet the Challenges

    Challenged to Meet the Challenges

    Grace Roy ’22 started mapping her future when she was in middle school, a future that aims to see people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol get the help, and respect, they deserve.
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    Prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowships Awarded

    Four UNH students have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, given to students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics...
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    Favorable Winds

    As the Biden administration announces a plan to expand the development of offshore wind energy development (OWD) along the East Coast, research from UNH shows significant support from an unlikely...
  • Elizabeth Kipp ’21 outside

    Making It Work

    As a nontraditional UNH student, Elizabeth Kipp ’21 took 16 credits a semester her sophomore and junior years so she could finish her undergraduate degree in social work in three years.
  • Bill Ross showing archival collection book

    From Aliens to New Orleans

    A September night in 1961 changed the lives of Betty and Barney Hill when, while driving through New Hampshire’s Franconia Notch area, they allegedly encountered aliens. It would become the first...
  • Nate Spada checking tanks at marine lab

    Liking Lumpfish

    Lumpfish. That’s what was featured in the first video Nate Spada '19 ever posted to TikTok, lumpfish and their eggs. Not exactly the kind of thing you’d expect to draw much interest, let alone more...
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    Angels Among Us

    A gift from S. Melvin Rines '47 continues to give students' hands-on experience as angel investors.
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    “I Do Solemnly Swear”

    “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the...
  • Researcher in lab

    Promising Research

    Waldenström macroglobulinemia (WM), a rare form of lymphoma, does not have any known cure and only one FDA-approved treatment, making it challenging to treat patients. But with the work being done at...
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    Partnering to Test

    The high toll that the coronavirus has taken on long-term care facilities across the nation underscores the value of a new partnership between UNH and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human...
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    Returning to Where it All Started

    When Cyndee Gruden ’91, ’93G walked onto the UNH campus as a first-generation college student in the fall of 1987, she had a limited understanding of her own potential.
  • Politics Aside

    Politics Aside

    Professor Therese Willkomm’ occupational therapy students create technological device holders for such things as iPads and cell phones from discarded campaign signs.
  • Julian Maduro ’21

    Character Counts

    When Julian Maduro ’21 says she grew up around books, she is speaking both figuratively and literally.
  • Physics professor Chanda Prescod-Weinstein stands against a chalkboard with arms crossed.

    A Force in Physics

    Nature magazine has selected assistant professor of physics Chanda Prescod-Weinstein to its "Nature's 10" list of 10 people who helped shape science in 2020.
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    For The Horses (And The Cows)

    Every morning, the cows are milked at four. Every morning, the horses are fed at five. In the heat and cold. Rain or snow. In a world of health or pandemic.
  • UNH football team on field

    Delay of Game

    When the announcement was made that UNH would be able to play a spring football season sophomore quarterback Max Brosmer’s second thought was how excited he was .
  • Members of the NH House seated on Memorial Field for swearing in

    Another First

    Memorial Field is known for hosting graduates and athletes. But the event that took place on Dec. 2 was likely a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence as members of the New Hampshire House and Senate met...
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  • Overhead shot of manufacturing training center at UNH

    Cybersecure Manufacturing

    UNH is a member of the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute, or CyManII, joining dozens of other leading research institutions in keeping manufacturing data secure.
  • Bill McDowell and Larry Mayer

    Geophysical Fellows

    Professors Larry Mayer and Bill McDowell have been named fellows of the American Geophysical Union.
  • Associate professor Brent Bell teaching class outside

    Small Problems

    During the spring semester, when the coronavirus shut down the UNH campus, Brent Bell had to figure out how to keep teaching his wilderness first responder course, which typically includes trips to...
  • Student dressed in protective equipment working in COVID testing lab

    Acing the Test

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began spreading rapidly throughout communities around the globe earlier this spring, Ian Ayer ’22 knew he wouldn’t last long lounging comfortably in the family living room.
  • ROTC cadets guard flag pole

    Honoring Heroes

    ROTC students hold vigil at the Thompson Hall flagpole in honor of Veterans Day. 
  • UNH Student practices interviewing with UNH CaPS CEPS Mock Interview Day

    Interview Prep, Beyond the Basics

    To secure a position, you often need to go beyond the basics.
  • Birx Visit

    Birx Visit

    Dr. Deborah Birx, U.S. coronavirus response coordinator, visited UNH's state-of-the-art COVID-19 test lab.
  •  Excellence, Times Two

    Excellence, Times Two

    Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, assistant professor of physics and core faculty in women’s and gender studies at UNH, has received the American Physical Society’s (APS) Edward A. Bouchet Award. The award...
  • A Research Record

    A Research Record

    UNH closed FY20 with a record-breaking $129 million in new grants and contracts for research.
  • Electing a President: History Repeats Itself

    Electing a President: History Repeats Itself

    We’ve heard all the adjectives describing the 2020 election climate — challenging times; tumultuous times; unprecedented times; even, times of unprecedented challenges.
  • Shadi Zamani ’20

    From Stressed to Blessed

    Shadi Zamani ’20 finally feels settled into her new apartment in New Jersey. Just six months ago, she felt like a young woman without a home.
  • student in COVID-19 testing lab

    Put To The Test

    When professor Kelley Thomas turned on the lights in the COVID-19 testing lab on a recent Monday morning, he says there are no words to describe what he felt.
  • Creating a Workforce

    Creating a Workforce

    UNH will engage middle and high school teachers and students in Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, Dover and Barrington as well as Lawrence, Mass., to develop a pipeline to support the state’s...
  • Students carry belongings into dorm

    Move-in Days

    The first day of school never looked like this. Neither has any other move-in day.
  • Measuring table to mark every six feet

    Campus Countdown; Classroom Ready

      Marking off the safe seats
  • Gulf of Maine

    Fish Futures

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently awarded a team lead by a UNH scientist more than half a million dollars to study how warming waters and migrating fish populations are going to...
  • Admissions tour

    Checking Out Campus

    In-person tours of campus have returned at UNH, with visitors and tour leaders adhering to strict COVID-19 guidelines. Tours are available through Aug. 21.
  • The Story Books Tell

    The Story Books Tell

    Julian Maduro ’21 grew up surrounded by books, but remembers that only one of them had a character of color. Now, she's turning that memory into meaningful research.  
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    Looking Toward Fall

    If this were any other year, we wouldn’t be talking about plans to reopen UNH in the fall. It would never have closed. During any other summer, campus would be teeming with activity as a mix of...
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  • Mind the (Data) Gaps

    Mind the (Data) Gaps

    Gaps in available data impede our understanding of heavy metals in Alaskan soils that can harm human health, a team of UNH researchers have found.
  • Portrait of marine researcher Jennifer Miksis-Olds with ocean in background

    Sage of the Sea

    To celebrate World Oceans Day June 8, Jennifer Miksis-Olds will participate in an ocean-themed quiz bowl against high school champions.
  • Chasing What He Loves

    Chasing What He Loves

    Charlie Nitschelm ’20 has turned his hand at building rockets with UNH’s SED into a job at SpaceX, where he is working on the rocket Starship, being built with the goal of one day colonizing the moon...
  • The Whittemore Center with chairs set up on the floor

    Making History

    For the first time since the Civil War, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will be meeting outside the State House when it convenes a session on June 11 at The Whittemore Center.
  • Playing Video Games Linked with Unhealthy Behaviors for College Men

    Playing Video Games Linked with Unhealthy Behaviors for College Men

    Results from a new study by researchers at UNH suggest that college men who play video games tend to exercise less and have poorer eating habits compared to non-gamers.
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    Fulbright Scholarships Extended

    Katherine Heaney ’20G just received her master’s degree in secondary education. Her plan for September had been to travel to Spain to teach English for the next academic year. She is one of five UNH...
  • Professor Meghan Howey with students

    Privilege of Breaking into Earth Honored

    Meghan Howey, professor of anthropology has been named a 2020 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. Fellows receive $200,000 to fund research and writing aimed at addressing some of the most important issues...
  • UNH Wildcat statue with facemask on

    A Safety Net for Those in Need

    ‘When this is all over, one of the things people will remember is: Who is really out there helping? These donors gave with a generous spirit; they are part of that group.’
  • UNH Voices of Wildcats: Owen Kanter '20

    UNH Voices of Wildcats: Owen Kanter '20

    Growing up adventuring in the outdoors with his parents helped Owen Kanter '20 develop a love for wildlife biology.
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