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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 corporate and community partners. Presentations at the Symposium range across the sciences, social sciences, humanities and arts. This unique event, is a rare opportunity to engage with some of the most exciting research at Rutgers all in one place. Attending the Symposium is free and open to the public. We invite alumni, corporate and community partners, graduate students, faculty and staff to serve as poster... Continued
Students present at the Symposium
Deadlines are approaching if you are interested in applying to the Aresty Summer Science program or our academic-year Research Assistant program. Summer Science Program: The Summer Science Research 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 library workshops, seminars, trips to local research laboratories in industry and medicine, and social events. Summer experiences often lead to involvement... Continued
Faculty at event
This year, more than 250 Rutgers professors are supporting over 400+ students through the Aresty Center's Summer Science program and Research Assistantship program—our largest cohort of faculty students ever. On January 26, from 4:30-6:30PM, we invite our faculty to come celebrate their accomplishments and all they do for Aresty at the Rutgers Visitor Center. We take this moment to say "thank you" to our faculty supporters. None of our growth could happen without our faculty, who represent the key lever to providing students with the research opportunities they need to succeed across disciplines. Our growth reveals both the demand among Rutgers undergraduates for hands-on research... Continued
2016 Aresty 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 current work and engage with audience members, while effectively communicating their research to a non-expert audience. Many students turned out to see current Aresty research assistants and faculty present on a myriad of topics. Presenters included: Eloise Gayer, working with Amy Cooper, PhD candidate in the English Department and Center for Cultural Analysis Graduate Fellow ... Continued
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 conference funding during his time here. Two other Aresty RAs, Ogechukwu Erechukwu and Ankita Tripathi, also contributed to the article. You can read it here.   Ashley Moffit, a 2015-2016 Aresty RA, along with her faculty mentor, Can Uslay, has been published in the inaugural edition of the Rutgers Business Review... Continued

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