Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • Marketing professor Tom Gruen poses in front of a white board

    Taking Stock of Out-of-Stock

    Major study shows just how far online inventories have to go to keep customers satisfied.
  • Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Management Jennifer Griffith standing in a hallway of Paul College

    Deal With It

    Jennifer Griffith is fascinated by the psychosocial issues that get in the way of good decision making, including emotions but also bias, perception, and that old standby, inertia. One workplace...
  • UNH's Matt MacManes

    Meet Our Faculty: Matthew MacManes

    "When I graduated from high school, I didn’t know what I wanted to do, so I decided to be an exchange student." 
  • Bridging the Gap

    Bridging the Gap

    Two partnerships between UNH and public officials are addressing infrastructure challenges in New Hampshire's Seacoast region.
  • On the PATH to Health

    On the PATH to Health

    Northeast Passage, UNH's nationally recognized therapeutic recreation and adaptive sports program, is partnering with veterans and veterans' organizations.
  • Diane Foster

    Taking the Helm

    Diane Foster, professor of mechanical and ocean engineering, is new leader of UNH's School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering.
  • Jan Nisbet and James Dean talk in his office

    A Closing Inquiry

    James W. Dean Jr., who became UNH's 20th president in June 2018, speaks with senior vice provost for research Jan Nisbet about partnerships, research and his vision for UNH.
  • Chanda Prescod-Weinstein stands in front of a chalkboard with equations

    New to the Faculty

    Chanda Prescod-Weinstein is a theoretical cosmologist whose scholarship breaks down intellectual and disciplinary barriers.
  • Mike Paglia and Dave Hallal in an empty warehouse

    Biotech Innovators

    David Hallal ’88 and Mike Paglia ’02G are united in ElevateBio, a new venture for cell and gene therapy innovation.
  • Helping Others Achieve

    Helping Others Achieve

    Chase Retrosi '20 always knew he wanted to be an educator. At UNH, he found his passion in the experiential field.
  • Finding His Footing

    Finding His Footing

    Grey Miller ’20 was a little nervous coming to #UNH as an out-of-state student.
  • Audrey Balaska '19

    A Passion to Help

    Back in high school, when Audrey Balaska ’19 was thinking about what she wanted to study in college, she came up with a list of three possibilities.
  • UNH President James Dean Jr.

    Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

    A letter from President James "Jim" Dean Jr.
  • Emily Woods '19

    "Just People"

    Before Emily Woods ’19 started her internship at a homeless shelter in Boston, she was scared.
  • UNH Hockey: Behind the Scenes

    UNH Hockey: Behind the Scenes

    UNH hockey is part of the fabric of the university. Get a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes at a game.
  • The Future of UNH

    The Future of UNH

    President Dean outlines UNH's strategic priorities and overarching goal of becoming one of the top 25 public universities in the nation.
  • Paul College

    Online MBA Program Ranked #51 Nationally

    U.S. News & World Report has ranked UNH’s online MBA program #51 in the nation.
  • Outdoor therapy students at UNH

    WMUR: UNH Study Looks at Using Outdoor Therapy to Help People Battling Addiction

    Study shows that adventure therapy for substance use disorder treatment has better outcomes than traditional therapy
  • McConnell Hall

    Improving Hate Crime Data

    UNH will lead national effort to gather better data on hate crimes.
  • Paul College exterior view with students walking

    Making the Grade

    Paul College has been ranked number 58 among the nation's best undergraduate business schools by Poets&Quants.
  • Stream in Puerto Rico

    Hurricane Double-Shot

    UNH research finds Hurricanes Irma, Maria had lasting impact on Puerto Rico's streams.
  • Vicky Bandera '19

    Strength After Chemo

    In her research, Vicky Bandera '19 was trying to answer the question: does cancer treatment affect muscle strength?   
  • AAAS Honor

    AAAS Honor

    UNH environmental science professor William McDowell has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • Jump-Starting Her Career

    Jump-Starting Her Career

    Mia Holm's athletic training major is a great step toward becoming a physical therapist.
  • student walking in the snow

    Snow Thanks

    Snow might not be what everyone is thankful for this year but there’s no denying its beauty. Happy Thanksgiving. 
  • Two students work together in an MBA class at UNH's Paul College

    What Can You Do with an MBA?

    At Paul College, there are many options for students who want to pursue an MBA.
  • Hospitality management students and alumni pose at a hotel

    What Can You Do with a Hospitality Management Degree?

    Hospitality management is more than an area of study; it’s a way of life.
  • ROTC students at flagpole on Veterans Day

    Honoring Those Who Served

    UNH ROTC students held a vigil at the Thompson Hall flagpole Friday, Nov. 9,  in honor of Veterans Day. 
  • Riley Boss '19 using map to document building locations.

    Recording History in Weare

    The motto of Weare, New Hampshire, could very well be a subtitle for the research project Riley Boss ’19 has been doing.
  • Jing Wang teaches students in a class

    A High Standard of Education

    Jing Wang brings rigor and industry relevance to the classroom.
  • 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.
  • Research Communications Academy

    Research Communications Academy

    Faculty, postdocs and graduate students can apply to participate in the first Research Communications Academy.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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?

    UNH researchers show lasting impact of outdoor behavioral healthcare.
  • 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. 
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