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12/03/2015 - 6:00pm — Research SLAM!
Research SLAM
Please join us for the first annual Aresty Center Research Slam! This event, held at the Honors College Lounge, will highlight the innovative work being done by Aresty research assistants, peer instructors, and faculty. All are welcome and refreshments will be provided. A Research Slam is an alternative academic presentation that offers participants an interactive way to present their current... Continued
01/28/2016 - 4:30pm — Aresty and Byrne Faculty Celebration
This year, more than 250 Rutgers professors are supporting 400+ students through the Aresty Center's Summer Science program and Research Assistant program--our largest cohort of faculty and students ever. On January 28, from 4:30-6:30PM, we invite our faculty to come celebrate their accomplishments and all they do for Aresty at the Zimmerli Art Museum. Co-hosted by the Byrne Seminars, we take... Continued
02/01/2016 (All day) — Faculty Deadline: Summer Science Program
The Aresty Center serves faculty by advertising research projects, helping to identify strong undergraduate researchers, and guiding students toward structured, professional engagement with research. Our success supporting undergraduates depends on the strength of our faculty mentors. For faculty in the sciences, the Aresty Summer Science program pairs rising sophomores, with little or no... Continued

Another Successful Summer of Research

2015 Summer Science Poster Session
The Aresty Summer Science Program, which just three years ago had 28 students, has grown dramatically, and this year it included 65 students participating in research across campuses at Rutgers. The poster session, held Friday, August 7th in the Busch Student Center MPR, was the... Continued

Summer Research Highlights

Aresty Summer Science
The Aresty Summer Science Program fosters a truly interdisciplinary community of researchers that would be hard to cultivate elsewhere. These students live together, discuss their research together, and share challenges together. Over the course of the summer, they build a network across... Continued

Aresty Project Highlights NJ Music

sheet music
As part of Professor Jonathan Sauceda’s research project, “Rockin' Roots, Global Reach: Telling the Story of Jersey's Popular Music,” Mason Gross senior Trey Shore looked through countless sheets of music to study songs from the 19th and 20th centuries composed by New Jerseyans or written... Continued