Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • 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.  
  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • 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.

    Droppit 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...
  • 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.
  • Two women sitting under a tree on a summer day at UNH

    Summer Session

    The dog days of summer are a great time to catch up or get ahead on credits, and UNH’s Summer Session has a lot to offer. Study wherever you please — online, on campus (all three) or abroad. Five-,...
  • 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.
  • Kristin Duisberg in a closet with some SCUBA gear

    In This Issue...

    One of the great privileges of serving as editor of this magazine is having the opportunity to connect with so many of the university’s alumni. This issue’s sesquicentennial wrap-up, “150 Years of...
  • UNH students walking on Garrison Avenue against a colorful sunset over Thompson Hall

    Helping Bridge the Gap

    When we launched our historic fundraising campaign last year, one priority was at the forefront: ensuring that UNH is affordable and accessible for all qualified students, especially those from New...
  • UNH associate professor of chemical engineering Xiaowei Teng

    Building a Better Battery

    Batteries, those ubiquitous add-ons to virtually every electronic birthday or holiday gift, have been getting a bad rap of late. Recent headlines have detailed their propensity to explode, wreaking...
  • the basketball court at the new expanded Hamel Rec Center at UNH

    Bigger and Better

    It’s the Friday afternoon before spring break, and Caleb Cejka ’17, ’18G has a small corner of the Hamel Recreation Center to himself. That’s a plus. His intense workout—he just followed up a set of...
  • Smuttynose brewer Hannah Johnson ’12 reaching into a brewing container
  • 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.
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