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05/30/2017 - 10:00am — Summer Science Move-in and Orientation
Aresty Summer Science
Move-in for the Summer Science Program begins Tuesday, May 30th at 10am. The Livingston apartments are located at 95 Joyce Kilmer Avenue. Orientation will take place at the apartments after move-in at 2pm. A welcome dinner is scheudled for Tuesday eventing 6-8PM. On Wednesday, May 31st, a student-faculty lunch will take place in Busch MPR at 12pm. The Summer Science Research Program is an... Continued
08/04/2017 - 10:30am — Summer Science Poster Session
Aresty Summer Science
The 2017 Summer Science Poster Session will be held on Friday, August 4th from 10:30am-1pm at the Busch Student Center MPR. A celebration of scholarship and creative activity, the poster session is a chance for the Summer Science students to present a poster on their findings to an audience of faculty, peers, and corporate and community partners. All are welcome, lunch will be provided. The... Continued

2017 Best Poster Winners Announced

Best Poster Winners Shannon Mari and Rutvi Patel
Thanks to the efforts of Rutgers graduate students, staff, and corporate judges, the Aresty Research Center evaluates the poster presentations at our annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. This year the top posters were chosen from three broad categories: Humanities, Social Sciences,... Continued

Aresty Research Colloquium: May 3

Undergraduate Research Colloquium May 3
The interdisciplinary Colloquium, intended for advanced students presenting 15-20 minute papers or oral presentations, will be held on May 3rd, from 2-5pm, at the Livingston Student Center. The Colloquium places students on panels with other undergraduate researchers for 60-minute... Continued

Aresty Research Symposium: April 28

Aresty Symposium April 28
Each spring, the Aresty Research Center hosts a university-wide Undergraduate Research Symposium. A celebration of scholarship and creative activity, the Symposium is a chance for undergraduates to present a paper or poster on their findings to an audience of faculty, peers, and... Continued