Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • Students walking on campus in winter

    Gilman Scholarships Send Eight Students Abroad

    Eight UNH students will set out for global destinations this spring as recipients of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, immersing themselves in cultures and studying in locales as far...
  • UNH Dining Goes Cashless

    UNH Dining Goes Cashless

    UNH Dining has gone cashless, effective Jan. 1, 2023. Acceptable forms of payment at all dining halls and campus cafés now include Dining Dollars, Cat’s Cache, debit and credit cards and mobile...
  • New trail signage to highlight Abenaki culture

    Pathway to Paying Tribute

    Campus trails and bridges named to honor Abenaki heritage.
  • 50 Years and Counting

    50 Years and Counting

    Because she did not stop, we are unstoppable. Join us in celebrating 50 years and counting of Title IX – and the athletes who showed up for nothing less than the next generation of Wildcats at the...
  • Students walking on campus

    Celebrating Five Years of Increasing Access

    In the face of rising tuition costs throughout the country, the University of New Hampshire is celebrating five years of making a college education more affordable for students in the Granite State,...
  • Computer screen with white text for code.

    Bolstering Broadband

    A UNH-based mapping agency will inventory statewide broadband coverage to identify underserved areas. 
  • UNH President Jim Dean walks near Echo Lake

    UNH Leaders Hit the Road to Hear From N.H.

    On a bus tour across New Hampshire early this month, UNH leaders covered more than 300 miles over two days to meet with Granite Staters, hear how UNH’s partnerships are working in their communities...
  • UNH ROTC students holding American flag

    Honoring Veterans and ROTC Hall of Famers

    The University of New Hampshire held its 24th annual Veterans Day and ROTC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Scholarship Awards event Friday, Nov. 4, inducting three new members into the ROTC Hall...
  • An aerial view of a ship on the calm ocean water.

    Shipping Sounds

    UNH researchers found no significant change in the U.S. continental shelf's underwater soundscape during the COVID-19 lockdown.
  • Healthy Food for All

    Healthy Food for All

    How does food and nutrition insecurity affect physical, mental and social well-being? How does it vary by race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality?
  • Sun peeks through clouds and a group of students stands on a seaweed-covered rocky coastline by the ocean.

    We All Belong on the Island

    Shoals Marine Laboratory has been awarded a 2022 Honorable Mention for Innovation for its Strategic Plan for Advancing Belonging.
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    UNH Again Earns 'Best Value' Status

    The University of New Hampshire has been ranked the No. 1 best value public university in New England for the second consecutive year and is a top-10 best value public university in the country,...
  • A panel of National Lab scientists talk under a slide that says "UNH DOE National Lab Day

    National Lab Day

    .U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen welcomed participants to UNH's National Lab Day.
  • Innovation is the center of online teaching at UNH

    Innovation is the center of online teaching at UNH

    Ask people to describe “innovation” and their responses conjure up images of rare genius or a ground-breaking new standard. While these impressions ring true, innovation can also be found in the...
  • The Cod and the Tern

    The Cod and the Tern

    With new grants, UNH researchers will study how climate change in the Gulf of Maine is affecting species like the Atlantic cod and the common tern.
  • Saluting Faculty Excellence

    Saluting Faculty Excellence

    Every year, a chosen few of UNH’s outstanding faculty members from each college and school receive Faculty Excellence Awards in recognition of their achievements in teaching, scholarship and service...
  • Meeting Great Bay History

    Meeting Great Bay History

    A prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities grant will extend the work of the Great Bay Archaeological Survey to 72 K-12 teachers.
  • Moorhead Appointed President of CGS Regional Affiliate

    Moorhead Appointed President of CGS Regional Affiliate

    Cari Moorhead, dean of the Graduate School at the University of New Hampshire, has been appointed president of the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools (NAGS), a regional affiliate of the...
  • Watching War, From a World Away

    Watching War, From a World Away

    In the first days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Olivia Babin, administrative coordinator in UNH’s languages, literatures and cultures department, couldn’t sleep. “All I did was text my family...
  • Time to Submit Commencement Nominations

    Time to Submit Commencement Nominations

    UNH is accepting nominations for 2023 commencement speakers. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the university are invited to submit ideas.
  • Three researchers walk through a salt marsh at sunrise

    Research Snapshot: Early Birds

    UNH researchers study tidal marsh sparrows to understand how they're adapted to living in the harsh environment of salt marshes.
  • Being the Change

    Being the Change

    Sophia Bolduc ’23 enjoyed a rewarding internship experience with the Community Action Partnership of Strafford County this summer, gaining experience in marketing and communications and also visiting...
  • Words of Wildcat Wisdom

    Words of Wildcat Wisdom

    A new class of first-year students and their families will be arriving at UNH this weekend as students move onto campus for the start of the fall semester. So who better to ask for some words of...
  • Changed for the Better

    Changed for the Better

    Hannah Donahue ’22 may not, by her own admission,  have been quite ready to say goodbye to UNH in the days leading up to graduation this spring, but thanks to her time on campus she was more than...
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot

    Aging Assistance

    An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers has received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop technology that could help seniors age in place.
  • Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone

    Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone

    Mel Nagashima ’22 worked with immigrant families through the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center during his time in the Semester-in-the-City program, and that ultimately pushed him to pursue work in...
  • Researcher in full PPE works beneath a hood

    Sequencing Variants

    With new funding from the National Institutes of Health, UNH wilil continue its genomic surveillance of COVID-19 variants in New Hampshire.
  • A photo of a farmers' stand, which is an example of an alternative food network

    Making a Living Producing Food?

    In New England, small- and mid-sized farms face numerous barriers to achieving viability. Many farmers across the region rely on a host of agriculture-adjacent enterprises, like agritourism (or agro-...
  • A middle-aged white woman shops at a farmers' market, picking produce from a stall

    Serving New England Farmers

    The global pandemic upended how we work and live, and the same was true for America’s farmers – especially those involved in direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales. Farmers’ markets temporarily shut down,...
  • Student walking into Health & Wellness

    Health & Wellness Earns 8th National Accreditation

    UNH Health & Wellness has been awarded national accreditation for the eighth consecutive time by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).
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    UNH Researchers to Help Identify Barriers of Manufacturing in Space

    Imagine being tens or even hundreds of thousands of miles from Earth and needing a specific part vital for a space endeavor. Now imagine instead of having to return to Earth or needing another launch...
  • A photo of Marie Carlota Dao (center) with research students Brandy Moser (left) and Jason Hansen.

    Dedicated to Health Disparities Research

    Nutrition researcher Maria Carlota Dao, an assistant professor at the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and a New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station (NHAES) researcher, was recently...
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    UNH Nursing Becomes Watson Caring Science Affiliate

    As one of only four higher education Affiliates of the Watson Caring Science Institute, the designation recognizes UNH as a pioneering academic institution that is committed to fully incorporating...
  • Raising the Bar

    Raising the Bar

    The University of New Hampshire, recognized last year as a top producer of Gilman scholars in the country by the U.S. State Department as part of the 20th anniversary of the program, had its largest...
  • Staging a Return

    Staging a Return

    Michael Blackman doesn’t hesitate for an instant when considering what’s more likely to cause the biggest spike in his nerves – his daily role as dean of students at UNH, or his return to the stage...
  • Michele Dillon standing in Murkland Courtyard

    Cause for Celebration

    The COLA community – local and global – boldly explores and deeply inspires.
  • Zack Bazzi at 2022 COLA commencment

    On the Frontlines of Change

    Veteran Zack Bazzi ’08 receives the inaugural COLA Impactful Alumni Award.
  • student on stage performing in MUB

    Glowing Spirit

    Student is remembered at commencement for her impact.
  • Fulbright Grantees Selected

    Fulbright Grantees Selected

    Four UNH students received Fulbright grants this spring to teach, study or conduct research abroad, with two more earning alternate recognition. Nine of the 20 applicants from UNH advanced as far as...
  • Young Changemakers Take Center Stage

    Young Changemakers Take Center Stage

    UNH held its Community Changemaker Challenge on May 13 for New England high schools, hosting teams from five schools via Zoom in a showcase of creative ideas and solutions to a wide range of social,...
  • Graduate School sends off Class of 2022

    Graduate School sends off Class of 2022

    The University of New Hampshire Graduate School held its commencement ceremony on Memorial Field on Friday, May 20, the first of five commencement ceremonies celebrated on the Durham campus during...
  • Celebrating the Class of 2022

    Celebrating the Class of 2022

    UNH celebrated the Durham undergraduate Class of 2022 at commencement festivities on campus May 21 and 22, sending the graduates off with four ceremonies on Memorial Field between Saturday and Sunday...
  • Wide angle shot of engineers measuring beach

    Building Momentum for the Blue Economy

    When it comes to the economy, the ocean is a major player — from tourism to energy, seafood to shipping, the world’s marine-related assets tally up to trillions of dollars. But our oceans and...
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot

    CoRE Strength

    For five years, UNH's CoRE program has jump-started interdisciplinary collaborations.
  • Two female graduate students stand outdoors with their arms around each other

    Deconstructing Bias

    Three young researchers -- and many more -- are leading efforts to help UNH geosciences become more inclusive.
  • People posing with donate life banner

    Going Above and Beyond

    Sally Nelson volunteered to be a living donor for a friend in need, and throughout her own months-long journey she credits her colleagues at the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (SMSOE...
  • McDowell Earns Hollings Scholarship

    McDowell Earns Hollings Scholarship

    Lauren McDowell ’24 has been named a NOAA Hollings scholar, becoming the first UNH student to receive the honor for sophomores since 2019. McDowell will complete a paid internship with the National...
  • Students walking on campus

    UNH Set to Welcome Largest Class Since 2018

    UNH will welcome its largest incoming undergraduate class since 2018 this fall, a class that represents significant increases in several key demographics, including high-achieving, multicultural and...
  • Sarah Krein '22 in the Health Sciences Simulation Center

    A Non-Traditional Path to Caring for Others

    Inspired by the caring women in her family and a volunteer position at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, New Hampshire, Sarah Krein '22 embarks on her nursing career this summer. 
  • A crowd at the pride and pancakes breakfast

    Serving up a Celebration

    Welcoming an in-person crowd for the first time since 2019, the 29th annual Pride and Pancakes breakfast (formerly known as the LGBTQ+ and Ally Pancake Breakfast) was held at UNH on April 20,...
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