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Aresty student presents his research.
The 13th annual Aresty Summer Science Program culminated with a poster session, held Friday, August 4th in the Busch Student Center MPR. Sixty-three first-year students shared their findings after the ten-week program. The Summer Science Program is an intensive, full-time, on-campus research experience for Rutgers-New Brunswick rising sophomores only. Students are matched with faculty mentors from a diverse array of scientific disciplines. Participants learn about the process of research by working with their mentors in the laboratory and by participating in workshops, seminars, and social events. Students attended various professional development seminars including a graduate school /... Continued
Summer Science student presents his research.
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 schools and disciplines that would be almost impossible to construct outside this program. Our 65 first-year students this summer are working across the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences. Their abstracts... Continued
2017-2018 Senior Peer Instructors
We are pleased to welcome five new Senior Peer Instructors for the 2017-2018 academic year. In addition to coaching and supervising our Peer Instructors next academic year, these outstanding undergraduates also serve as mentors to our research assistants and represent the Aresty Research Center at various events. Senior Peer Instructors are selected for their demonstrated leadership, strong research knowledge, and dedication to scholarly community at Rutgers.   Michael Antosiewicz is a senior in the School of Arts and Sciences majoring in History and Classics (Greek and Latin). As an Aresty RA, Michael worked with Professor T. Corey Brennan on the Boncompagni Ludovisi Digital Archive, a... Continued
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, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). We have awarded three prizes in STEM this year due to the high quality and excellent work of the students. We’re excited to announce our winners for 2017. Congratulations to these Best Posters and Honorable Mentions from the 13th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium! Humanities ... Continued
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 sessions. Presentations at the Colloquium range across the sciences, social sciences, humanities and arts. This unique event, which is one of the largest undergraduate research celebrations in the country, is a rare opportunity to engage with some of the most exciting research at Rutgers all in one place. Attending the Colloquium is free and open to the public. We invite alumni, corporate and community partners... Continued

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