Jeremy Gasowski

Jeremy Gasowski's Articles

  • Move-in day for first-year students at UNH 2016

    Back to the Books

    Welcome to the class of 2020, and welcome back to all Wildcats! Here’s a video glimpse of move-in day for first-year students. Facebook photos  
  • UNH's new outdoor pool
  • UNH's Wild E Cat and Gnarlz during move-in day

    Move-In Time

    The students are coming! With move-in set to begin in earnest on Friday, Aug. 26, check out the changes to parking and bus service.
  • UNH student Yusuf Ebrahim '17


    Yusuf Ebrahim '17 has been working in professor Charles Walker’s lab this summer to find out how two anti-cancer agents affect a certain type of leukemia.
  • Amelia Curtis

    Historical Horticulture

    The seeds for Celia Thaxter's storied garden on Appledore Island are sown right here at UNH.
  • UNH Manchester Dean Mike Decelle

    A Manchester Leader

    The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce has selected UNH Manchester dean Mike Decelle for the Leadership Greater Manchester Class of 2017.
  • UNH campus in winter
  • UNH spring 2016

    Students Receive Awards, Scholarships

    Thirteen students were honored recently at the 2016 Student Awards Presentation.
  • Students in Paul College's FIRE program

    On Fire

    They were giving elevator speeches as if they were climbing the corporate ladder before they’d even finished their second semester on campus. They are Paul College’s class of 2019, the first class to...
  • Youth taking part in a UNH summer sailing camp

    Get Ready for Summer

    Summer is just around the corner, and registration is open for UNH's summer youth programs.
  • A UNH graduate

    Commencement 2016

    Photo Gallery: Celebrating graduates on three campuses 
  • Ten Ways To Mark Success

    Ten Ways To Mark Success

    One of the most prestigious scholarships in the country has been awarded to not just one University of New Hampshire student or graduate but 10, setting a record for the most Fulbright grants given...
  • UNH senior class celebrates with a lobster bake

    Celebrating, Seacoast Style

    On Saturday, seniors came together on the Thompson Hall lawn to celebrate their success with a lobster bake.  
  • Members of the UNH Class of 2015 celebrate at their commencement

    Icons, Writers, Founders and Firsts

    An international peacemaker. A New York Times bestselling author. The first woman to command the Air Force’s largest air base wing. An icon of the North Country. A citizen of the year from the...
  • Ike Leslie, John Berst and Casey O'Dea pose for a photo at the LGBTQ+Ally Pancake Breakfast

    Applauding Campus Advocates

    Casey O’Dea knows you can’t force people to change their minds. He’s hoping that sharing information about what it means to be transgender might be just the thing people need to change their thinking...
  • UNH faculty at commencement 2015

    Faculty: Register Soon for Commencement and Honors Convocation

    Planning is now underway for commencement and the honors convocation, and all faculty are invited and encouraged to participate.
  • 2016 URC infographic
  • COLSA URC presenter
  • helmetless tackling

    Game Changer

    Heads up! Eyes up! Step in, step in!
  • Kristin Duisberg
  • student working at the InterOperability Laboratory

    The IOL Makes Its Move

    Thirty-thousand feet of Ethernet cable and special anti-static carpeting. Hundreds of computers and 50-plus server racks. The UNH InterOperability Laboratory (IOL) may have moved less than 2.5 miles...
  • UNH Law students
  • UNH graduate student at annual research conference

    Making Waves

    Lobsters, parasites, seabirds and sandbars were among the topics presented at the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering’s graduate student research symposium yesterday.
  • The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium at UNH

    ISE ISE Baby

    Ice gave way to ISE — the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium — at the Whittemore Center yesterday, where 360 students presented 156 projects that spanned the disciplinary spectrum...
  • Overview of Whittemore Center with research posters

    Grad Excellence

    UNH’s annual celebration of student scholarship and creativity launched April 11 with the Graduate Research Conference in the Whitt. More than 200 students from all academic disciplines shared...
  • COLA Dean Ken Fuld at Ham Smith topping off ceremony, UNH

    Topping Off

    On Thursday, March 31, university community members and Skanska construction officials and crews gathered for a “topping off” ceremony at Hamilton Smith Hall.
  • UNH graduate student Michael Verney

    Keeping Up with the Indiana Joneses

    When most of us think about that favorite Hollywood adventurer, Indiana Jones, the antebellum United States isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind. Not so for UNH graduate student Michael...
  • UNH professor David Finkelhor sits in front of  a laptop

    Finkelhor: Child Abuse in Youth Organizations Is Low

    Child abuse at the hands of Scout leaders, priests or coaches is far less common than abuse of children or adolescents by family members or other adults. That’s the primary finding of new research...
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston delivering the State of the University address

    President Huddleston Highlights University’s 150-Year History

    Previewing a year that will celebrate 150 years of the University of New Hampshire and the launch of the largest fundraising campaign in its history, UNH President Mark Huddleston said during his...
  • The Cutting Crew

    The Cutting Crew

    There's a new video board hanging over center ice at the Whittemore Center. Meet the talented crew that powers each game’s production, bringing fans live action, replays and, of course, stick man...
  • Sarah Sherman, UNH professor of English

    Engaged Dialogue

    Sarah Sherman received both the 2015 Jean Brierley Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Graduate Faculty Mentor Award. She says her teaching philosophy is grounded in the idea of engaging and...
  • UNH nursing student with mentor at Portsmouth Regional Hospital

    Atypical Clinical Collaboration

    The department of nursing may be celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, but it is hardly resting on its laurels. It is at the forefront of preparing tomorrow's nurses, with a first-in-the-state...
  • UNH welcomes the class of 2019

    Fall Flashbacks

    Autumn brought beautiful weather, special guests and a whole lot of learning. We compiled our favorite shots from last semester to bring you this photographic flashback. (Photography: Communications...
  • UNH Research: Helmetless-Tackling Drills Significantly Reduce Head Impact

    UNH Research: Helmetless-Tackling Drills Significantly Reduce Head Impact

    The national debate around football-related head impacts, and their relationship to concussions and spinal injuries, continues to raise concern in the United States. Sparked by efforts to help make...
  • Sweet Stuff

    Sweet Stuff

    With no thumbs, constructing a large building is tough. But Wild E. Cat pulled through with some help from his friends at UNH Conferences & Catering. Watch them build a gingerbread replica of...
  • Finkelhor’s Fineness

    Finkelhor’s Fineness

    David Finkelhor says one of the achievements of social science is that it has helped increase awareness about the different kinds of threats to children, which has led to reduced rates of physical,...
  • UNH poitical interns
  • Students look at items in a tank at UNH's Shoals Marine Lab.

    Offshore Discoveries

    From solar panel installation to marine animal research, the Shoals Marine Lab is where students become scientists.
  • Psych Success

    Psych Success

    Katie Edwards received the 2015 Outstanding Assistant Professor Award at the annual faculty excellence ceremony recently. Edwards is director of the Interpersonal Violence Research Laboratory in the...
  • Get In the Flow

    Get In the Flow

    Step inside the UNH flow physics facility, the world’s largest boundary layer wind tunnel.  
  • The Public Service Privilege

    The Public Service Privilege

    Joanne Curran Celentano received the 2015 Award for Excellence in Public Service at the annual faculty excellence ceremony on Oct. 15. Curran Celentano is professor of molecular, cellular and...
  • Public Health Prowess

    Public Health Prowess

    Rosemary Caron received the 2015 Outstanding Associate Professor Award at the annual faculty excellence ceremony on Oct.15. The award recognizes Caron’s prodigious accomplishments in teaching,...
  • Island Time

    Island Time

    Each summer, four college students spend the summer on Appledore Island as sustainable engineering interns for the UNH/Cornell University Shoals Marine Laboratory. It’s the ultimate win-win: The...
  • biometric scanner at UNH dining hall

    No Card Required

    Lunch time! Students enter Holloway Commons using one of the new biometric scanners.
  • Karen Jin and Brianna Smith lead students through a robotics activity

    Filling the STEM Pipeline

    Three sessions of UNH Tech Camp provided the opportunity to build and
  • Instrumentalists


    For the past 42 years, professionals and amateurs from across the world have attended the five-week Violin Craftsmanship Summer Institute on the University of New Hampshire campus, where world-...
  • UNH 2015 basketball playoffs

    On the Rebound

    It may have ended with a loss, but the 2014-15 season was one big win for the men’s basketball program. The team finished the year with a 19–13 overall record, matching a program-best set 20 years...
  • UNH Watkins Center for Student-Athlete Support

    Sport and Support

    With teams that perennially perform at or near the top of numerous national measures of academic success, UNH has long emphasized the student in student-athlete. And now, there’s a dedicated space on...
  • Peg Whittemore '46 - UNH chemistry alum

    Strong Bonds

    Margaret “Peg” Whittemore found chemistry at Portsmouth High School. It was 1941, her senior year, and she had just moved to New Hampshire from Newton, Mass. Two things helped her adjust to the move...
  • UNH graduate Verna Boudreau '15

    Completing Her Journey

    In the weeks leading up to her UNH graduation, Verna Boudreau, just like her fellow members of the class of 2015, was wading through a flurry of Commencement-related emails — where to pick up caps...
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