Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • 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.  
  • Wildcat statue wearing protective mask

    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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  • Thompson Hall

    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.
  • You Are Always on Our Minds
  • The Whittemore Center full of  students with their poster presentations

    There's No Stopping Research

    Twenty-one years ago, the inaugural UNH Undergraduate Research Conference fielded the work of some 159 students over the course of two days. Last year, on the 20th anniversary of the event, that...
  • NH Trusted Partner

    New Hampshire's Trusted Partner

    UNH research contributes to the well-being of the state’s citizenry
  • UNHInnovation

    Innovation Station

    UNHInnovation launches the university’s ideas into the world and invites the world to UNH
  • Shawn Banker

    It's Instrumental

    The University Instrumentation Center hosts technology to advance research on campus and off
  • President Dean

    Insider Wisdom

    UNH president decodes academia for business people
  • Sawyer Hall

    Campus Essentials

    Every Monday and Wednesday evening at 7 p.m., Peterson Hall director and former UNH football running back and co-captain Trevon Bryant ’18 leads a group of students through a 45-minute Wildcat-worthy...
  • Marian McCord

    A Closing Inquiry

    Meet Marian McCord, UNH’s new senior vice provost for research, economic engagement and outreach
  • Dylan Wheeler

    Doing It All

    Dylan Wheeler ’20 has been described as a person who lives in a universe with 28-hour days. Here’s why: he’s founded two startups and he hasn’t even graduated yet. He launched the first one during...
  • Yard sale items from students' dorm rooms

    Reduce, Reuse, Repeat

    When Lauren Banker ’13, Alex Freid ’13, Emily Spognardi ’14, and Erica Vazza ’14 walked to the Gables community room in May 2011, they had no idea how much would be donated to their new program,...
  • Promoting a Right Not a Privilege

    Promoting a Right Not a Privilege

    In her application to become a 2020 Truman Scholar, Abrita Kuthumi ’21 proposed an idea that would provide educational resources for the lowest caste group in Nepal. She mapped out a plan offering...
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    People and Place and Need

    James Smugereski ’19 never planned on working for a nonprofit. He was a business major, with a focus in finance. He interned at one of the country’s largest insurance companies — twice — and thought...
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  • Ali Asghar '20

    Good Energy

    There are times in the Pakistani neighborhood where Ali Asghar ’20 grew up that the electricity still goes out for hours; sometimes, half the day. It is estimated that some 50 million people across...
  • Colleen Parisi ’20, Laura Howard ’20,  Alexia Gianoulis ‘21 - CFAR mentors

    Making the Grade

    CFAR mentors help peers “find their UNH."
  • Tomoyo Ieda

    The Culture of Learning

    An exchange student hears a different language.
  • Voices of Wildcats: Donnett Sackie ’20

    Voices of Wildcats: Donnett Sackie ’20

    At an early age, Donnett Sackie ’20 was forced to leave Liberia during the civil war and spent much of his childhood in a refugee camp. His outlet was soccer and that passion led him to the UNH men's...
  • Hamel Recreation Center entrance

    Vacation Activities for First Through Sixth Graders at Hamel Rec

    Kool2Bfit camps are being offered during February and April vacations at the Hamel Rec Center for students in grades first through sixth.
  • Hamida Hassan '20

    A Village of Support

    Advocates help a Somalian refugee attend college.
  • UNH Provost Wayne Jones

    Provost of Invention

    UNH provost Wayne Jones — also an inorganic chemist, materials scientist and patent-holder — has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
  • students in front of an American flag

    Leading the Vote

    First in the nation. It’s the role in presidential primaries that New Hampshire has held since 1920, one that made Granite Staters tighten their grip and pass new legislation when that position was...
  • Teachers work with students at the Child Study and Development Center at UNH

    Ensuring Bright Futures

    In a collaborative effort to ensure that all New Hampshire’s children have a bright future, UNH has partnered with New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and Department of...
  • Learning What She Didn’t Know

    Learning What She Didn’t Know

    Before Lihy Buchbinder ’21 arrived at UNH, she had a cultural experience that few students have: In 2014, after finishing her last two years of high school, she returned to her homeland to serve in...
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  • Jonathan Nash teaches an accounting class

    Paul College Celebrates Accounting Professor for Excellence in Teaching

    Jonathan Nash knew for years that he wanted to be a professor someday. But with accounting as his field of study and practice, he never expected he’d be popular among his students.
  • Dimond Library

    UNH Joins HathiTrust Digital Preservation Repository

    UNH has become a member of HathiTrust, a global partnership of major research institutions and libraries that provides access to the largest set of digitized books managed by the academic, research ...
  • Karen Conway teaching a course in Paul College's great hall.

    Distinguished Professor Known for Enthusiasm; Scholarship

    After 32 years of impactful work in Paul College’s economics department, professor Karen Conway received the most prestigious faculty award UNH has to offer: the Distinguished Professor Award.  
  • Rudy and her new calf McGregor at the UNH dairy barns.

    Meet Baby McGregor

    In December 2018, a few weeks before Christmas, a cow that’s part of the UNH dairy herd got her foot caught in a grate and fell into a manure trench at the Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research...
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