Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • Kristin Waterfield Duisberg with Jim and Jan Dean

    In This Issue

    A quick look at the contents of the fall 2018 edition of UNH Magazine.
  • A student playing a horn in the UNH Homecoming Parade

    Homecoming Highlights 2018

    Homecoming 2018 was a great weekend to be a Wildcat.
  • Professor Ben Chandran at chalkboard

    Fellow in Physics

    UNH professor of physics Benjamin Chandran was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
  • UNH runners

    Coaching for the Byproduct

    Ask Robert Hoppler about coaching running standout Elinor Purrier ’18 and it is clear he believes the 11-time All-American was one piece of a whole.
  • Research Communications Academy

    Research Communications Academy

    Faculty, postdocs and graduate students can apply to participate in the first Research Communications Academy.
  • UNH community members getting free haircuts

    Cuts and Connections

    The Barber Shop is an event that combines culture, conversation and communication to build relationships within the UNH community.
  • image of fall leaves at UNH

    Medicaid, Work and Community Engagement

    IHPP has released its fourth brief in its “Informing the Conversation” data and policy brief series.
  • UNH President Jim Dean during move-in 2018-2019

    Parent to Parent

    With the new school year underway, UNH President James "Jim" Dean Jr. shares a few of his back-to-school insights, especially for parents.
  • Students on the UNH campus

    High Marks

    UNH has once again made the grade as one of the nation’s best public universities.
  • Researcher Matt MacManes seated in his lab

    New Research Aims To Help Humans Survive Dehydration

    A major NIH grant will help professor Matt MacManes understand dehydration by studying a tiny desert rodent.
  • Science and Startups

    Science and Startups

    Is a scientific startup in her future? Rachel Yee '20 tests the waters. 
  • Descending on Durham

    Descending on Durham

    The Class of 2022 moved into Wildcat Country on Friday, Aug. 24.
  • Kathy-Ann Murray ‘19G

    A Path to Speech-Language Pathology

    Kathy-Ann Murray ‘19G left her home in Jamaica after high school with no idea what she wanted to do next. Then someone suggested speech pathology.  
  • Students on the UNH campus

    Top for Your Dollar

    Money Magazine has ranked UNH among its Best Colleges for Your Money 2018.
  • UNH student Teigue Young '19

    Exercise Scientist

    Teigue Young ’19 has been in the exercise science laboratory a lot this summer, examining how one of the quadricep muscles responds to exercise.  
  • Alyssa Ware ‘18

    Hands-on Human Development

    Alyssa Ware '18 helps children and adults with autism.
  • Natalie Stackhouse '18

    Falling in Love With Social Work

    Natalie Stackhouse wasn’t sure what to study when she first arrived at UNH. But it didn't take long to find her passion.
  • Heidi Bostic

    Bostic To Step Down as COLA Dean

    Heidi Bostic will step down as dean of the College of Liberal Arts on Aug. 10.
  • UNH scientists and volunteers on Lake Winnipesaukee

    Lake Time

    President James Dean spent the morning of July 26 on Lake Winnipesaukee with UNH Extension scientists and volunteers.
  • UNH McNair scholars presenting the results of their research

    McNair Scholars

    McNair Scholars presented the results of their scholarly investigations on Tuesday.
  • people walking through the wilderness

    Trees as Treatment?

    For adolescents with mental health and substance abuse issues, wilderness therapy programs are almost three times as effective as traditional treatment, new UNH research has found.
  • UNH professor Monica Chiu speaking with a student in Murkland Hall

    Monica Chiu Named Interim Head of Diversity, Community

    Monica Chiu has been named interim associate vice president for community, equity, and diversity. 
  • A UNH student sitting against a tree on the Durham campus

    Time To Be Mindful

    Before they arrive on campus in late August, UNH's newest students are reading an acclaimed book on mindfulness.
  • Ice Cream Social with President Dean

    Sweet Meet and Greet

    President James Dean hosted an ice cream social in the Murkland Courtyard on July 11.
  • UNH student conducting research at Sallie's Fen, Barrington, NH

    Summer Is Made for Research

    Wildcat researchers are in fields and fens this summer. 
  • Fit for the Farm

    Fit for the Farm

    Dan Birnstihl '18 spent a lot of time in the UNH greenhouses as a student, and it seems he just couldn’t get enough. 
  • UNH graduate Jessica Nadeau '18 and UNH faculty members during ceremony


    Three weeks after commencement, Jessica Nadeau '18 finally got to turn her tassel. 
  • Just What the Doctor Ordered

    Just What the Doctor Ordered

    Volunteering as an EMT solidified Adam Huynh’s medical school goals.
  • A view of the UNH campus

    Safety in Numbers

    UNH is once again in the top 10 in the Safest College Campuses in America ranking.
  • Students walking on a path at UNH's Durham campus, spring 2018

    Gratitude for Good Work

    The senior vice provosts thank faculty and staff for good work on campus climate.
  • UNH alumni back on campus for Reunion Weekend 2018

    A Weekend To Remember

    Reunion 2018 was a weekend to remember with friends we'll never forget.
  • UNH campus in Durham, spring 2018

    UNH Again Named to Forbes List of Top Employers

    UNH is No. 60 on the Forbes list of top midsize employers in America. 
  • Five UNH employees who received the 2018 Presidential Award of Excellence

    2018 Presidential Award of Excellence Recipients Named

    Five UNH employees were recognized with the 2018 Presidential Award of Excellence on May 4.
  • Kristin Waterfield Duisberg

    In This Issue ...

    Editor-in-chief Kristin Waterfield Duisberg previews the spring edition, which is all about transitions. 
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston during Homecoming parade 2017

    Ready for What's Next

    Mark Huddleston, the University of New Hampshire's longest-serving president, prepares to step down.
  • Coach Dick Umile and UNH hockey players in the locker room before a game

    Patriarch of the Puck

    Bench boss Dick Umile ’72 wraps a 28-year career that raised the national profile of Wildcat Hockey.
  • Missing U.

    Missing U.

    Before they left, graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 told us what they’ll miss most about UNH.   
  • UNH's Amanda Giglio '18

    A Quadruple Threat

    Amanda Giglio ’18 is off to work at one of the Seacoast’s most popular performing arts venues.
  • UNH ROTC graduate

    ROTC Commissioning Ceremony

    The commissioning of cadets from the class of 2018
  • unh student

    International Graduation Reception

    Students from 70 countries celebrated during a reception on Friday, May 18.
  • A UNH student

    Honors Convocation 2018

    Honors students received their cords during a special ceremony on Friday, May 18. 
  • UNH seniors pose for pre-graduation pictures on campus during the week before commencement

    All Smiles (And Maybe a Few Tears)

    Seniors don caps and gowns for pre-graduation pics
  • Abbey Raiche '18

    Getting Right to Work

    For Abbey Raiche '18, finding a job was smooth sailing. 
  • Five CEPS students standing beside a poster at URC

    Engaging With Industry

    For their senior capstone project, five UNH undergraduates developed a new cleaning robot for Massachusetts company Symbotic.
  • Emily Ray '20 conducting research in a UNH lab.

    From Sharks to Cyanotoxins

    Emily Ray’s interest in marine sciences started when she fell in love with sharks.
  • Marie Morganelli ’19

    Job? Check.

    Marie Morganelli ’18 is one of the many UNH graduates who landed a job before commencement. 
  • UNH seniors celebrating their impending graduation with classmates over lobster in the rough

    Wildcat Sendoff

    A savory celebration for seniors
  • Outgoing UNH president Mark Huddleston with campus community members

    Fond Farewell

    The community recently gathered to say goodbye to Mark Huddleston, who will leave UNH at the end of June after 11 years as president.
  • UNH student Charlotte Harris in the library on the Durham campus

    Populism and the Press

    Student researches Latin American populists for insights into President Trump’s relationship with the media
  • Marty Hall '60


    Marty Hall ’60 heads into Hall of Fame.
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