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12/15/2016 - 2:00pm — Aresty Open House
Aresty Open House
Join Us at the Aresty Open House! Stop by the Aresty Center on Thursday, December 15th from 2-4pm to meet Peer Instructors, staff, and our faculty director, Professor Chuck Keeton. Learn more about becoming a Peer Instructor for 2017-2018 and enjoy cookies and cider before finals begin! Aresty Peer Instructors serve as a liaison and program guide for Aresty RAs. In this capacity, Peer... Continued
02/06/2017 (All day) — Peer Instructor Applications Due
Peer Instructor Applications Due
Aresty Peer Instructors serve as a resource and program guide for participants in the Aresty Research Assistant Program. In this capacity, Aresty PIs help recruit and advise Aresty Research Assistants, share information about academic and other campus resources, serve as a liaison between student researchers and faculty mentors, and plan programs for and facilitate seminars for their peer group.... Continued

Second Annual Research SLAM!

Research SLAM
On Thursday, December 8, Aresty held its second annual Research Slam! at the Cove in Busch Student Center as a way to showcase the breadth of research happening at Rutgers. A Research Slam is an alternative academic presentation that offers participants an interactive way to present their... Continued

Aresty Students Get Published

Madison Little presents at the Symposium
Professor Francis Barchi and Aresty alum Madison Little have co-authored a paper entitled, "National ethics guidance in Sub-Saharan Africa on the collection and use of human biological specimens: a systematic review." Madison was a 2014-2015 Aresty Research Assistant and also recieved... Continued

Aresty Peer Instructors are Ready!

Peer Instructor Training
Our 45 Peer Instructors (PIs) were extra busy this year during training, thanks to the new active learning classroom in Tillett Hall. On Thursday, September 1st, our Peer Instructors attended their second orientation and training session with Dean Brian Ballentine and Faculty Director... Continued