Jeremy Gasowski

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  • 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...
  • Andy Smith talking with reporter
  • 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...
  • students surround golden retriever at Dimond Library

    Golden Opportunity to Destress

    Students took a break from cramming for exams with this “study buddy” during Frazzle Free Finals at the Dimond Library yesterday. Exams started at 6 p.m. Dec. 10.  
  • Mary Stampone

    Love of Everything Outside Set Course

    Editor's Note: This is the latest installment in a series featuring UNH faculty telling their stories in their own words. Mary Stampone, associate professor of geography, state climatologist "My...
  • Voices of Wildcats

    Voices of Wildcats

    A fascination with the secrets hidden beneath the sea and inside our brains led Megan Molinari ’21 to a dual major in neuroscience and marine biology.  
  • Kristin Duisberg

    In This Issue...

    Six years as editor of UNH Magazine have given me the opportunity to share a variety of stories: some fun, others inspiring, and many — I hope — thought-provoking. But I don’t think we’ve ever put...
  • John and Diane Foley

    Life After Jimmy

    AS DIANE AND JOHN FOLEY ’70 settle into the bright and airy living room of their Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, home on a breezy, blue-skied August morning — Diane seated on the end of a semi-circular...
  • Evening of Distinction

    Honoring Service, Philanthropy and Excellence

    A lifelong advocate for individuals living with disabilities and a couple committed to university athletics recently received UNH's most prestigious awards for their history of support and service to...
  • Highly Cited

    Highly Cited

    Two UNH faculty members — professor of sociology David Finkelhor and professor of natural resources Serita Frey — are among the Web of Science Group’s 2019 Highly Cited Researchers. 
  •  From Olson Center Intern to Slow Food Movement

    From Olson Center Intern to Slow Food Movement

    Despite the rigorous course load that comes with being a mechanical engineering major, Sohani Demian ‘20 has had time to “dip her toes” into lots of different things.
  • ​Alana Gudinas ‘20​

    Affirming Potential

    Two UNH students are receiving help with their education through the Goldwater Scholarship Foundation, which provides scholarships of up to $7,500 a year.
  • Student in orange helmet perched on edge of rock, about to rappel down

    For Teens, Outdoors Is Greater

    A new study from UNH has found that adventure therapy is less expensive and more effecitve than traditional therapy.
  •  Through Fear Comes Resilience

    Through Fear Comes Resilience

    When Amada Guapisaca ’19 came to UNH, she was worried she might fail. And then she focused on what to do if she did.
  • UNH's Nancy Kinner

    Coming Full Circle

    "Neither of my parents went to college, but they were insistent on two things: You were going to go to college ... You better like what you do...”
  • U Day Celebrates New Year

    U Day Celebrates New Year

    University Day marks the beginning of the new academic year, introducing new students to the UNH community while giving returning students the chance to reconnect.
  • UNH's Hood House

    Get To Know Hood House

    Rachel Fiato '21 gives you an insider's view of this important campus resource.
  • UNH students pose during a pre-arrival program

    CONNECTing with UNH

    Grace Morelli '21 shares insights on pre-arrival programs for UNH undergrads.
  • Thompson Hall on UNH campus shot from above, with sun setting behind

    Cool Honor

    UNH has received an award from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
  • UNH professor Ray Cook and therapy-dog-in-training Tucker

    Engineering a Better World

    "Studying abroad and studying the arts changed my life."
  • Curtis Linton '21 on the football field

    Turning Things Around

    McNair Scholar Curtis Linton ’21 aims high.
  • NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen visited UNH to meet with faculty members and students

    NASA Lands at UNH

    NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen meet with faculty members and students working on space science projects.  
  • students on T Hall lawn on the first day of classes, 2019

    Back to School

    Students lost no time getting to work when classes started on Monday.
  • UNH's Smith Hall

    UNH To Welcome New VP of Enrollment Management

    Pelema Morrice begins new role on Sept. 5.
  • UNH's Jesse Stabile Morrell

    In Her Mentors' Footsteps

    "As a single parent for much of my childhood, my mother placed a high value on a college education and the self-reliance a degree offered."
  • Advice for Incoming Students

    Advice for Incoming Students

    UNH's most recent grads share their tips for the Class of 2023.
  • Woman bores small core from tree in forest.

    Adapting to Change

    As carbon dioxide increases in the atmosphere, trees across the U.S. are responding by growing more and conserving water when needed. 
  • Sustained Generosity

    Sustained Generosity

    On May 30, members of the university's Lifetime Giving Societies were celebrated for what they make possible at UNH during the All Hail event held at the Dimond Library. The event featured a program...
  • Flooded road blocked with yellow tape and "high water" sign

    Pounding the Pavement

    New research from UNH shows that thicker asphalt could extend the life cycle of roads — and save money — as the effects of climate change stress them.
  • Melissa Aikens, assistant professor biological sciences

    The Long Trajectory

    "I’m a classic case of having had an amazing teacher who challenged me."
  • Paul College
  • UNH's Dimond Libary

    Library Citation Management Tool Transition

    Current RefWorks users who would like to save their citations will need to export them by July 1.
  • 20 Years of What Ifs

    20 Years of What Ifs

    UNH's URC, now in its 21st year, is about much more than mice and test tubes.
  • Samantha Holmes '00


    UNH hockey star Samantha Holmes ’00 has been fighting for the women's game since childhood.
  • Nooran Alhamdan ’20

    From Refugee Past to Future Leader

    Nooran Alhamdan ’20 is the daughter and granddaughter of Palestinian refugees.
  •  Winners of the 2019 staff excellence awards with President James Dean

    2019 Staff Presidential Award of Excellence

    The 2019 Staff Presidential Award of Excellence recipients were recognized by UNH President James W. Dean Jr. on May 10.
  • Sokhna Aw '19

    “It’s Never Too Late”

    Sokhna Aw ‘18 ‘19G always dreamed of going to college in America.
  • Sue Bennett with Bill Janelle, AVP of facilities, and President James Dean

    50 Years of Service to UNH

    After graduating Epping High School in 1968, Sue Bennett’s mother told her she either had to go to college or get a job. Well, Sue did both.
  • Nathan Schwadron, associate research professor of physics and astronomy

    Finding Physics in the Bad Stuff

    "When I was in first grade, I fell out of a tree ... I ended up having a grand mal seizure and wound up in a coma."
  • Students at 2019 commencement

    Hear Them Roar

    Check out this year's commencement at Wildcat Stadium via UNH's Flickr
  • Teaching English Abroad

    Teaching English Abroad

    Three recent UNH graduates who have received Fulbright English teaching assistantships will spend nine months abroad.
  • UNH's Madison Wood '19

    Pursuing a Ph.D.

    Madison Wood '19 is off to pursue her doctorate in Earth sciences.
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