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Join us at the Aresty Undergraduate Research Symposium.
This year, Aresty hosts our 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium--featuring the research of over 500 undergraduates, working with more than 200 faculty members, in 70 departments, institutes, and centers across our schools. Please join us--along with professors, corporate partners, and President Barchi--at the Livingston Student Center on April 25th, from 10:30am - 2pm, to celebrate undergraduate research at Rutgers. RSVP for the Symposium through Facebook.
Professor Bonnie Firestein with student
Faculty—it's time to submit your projects for our Summer Science and Research Assistant Programs. Here is some important information and dates you need to know. Our updated web platform makes it easier than ever to create research opportunities or resubmit exisiting projects. The Aresty Center will help you recruit applicants and engage with some of the most motivated students at Rutgers. Summer Science project submissions are due February 3. Research Assistant project submissions are due March 3.
Aresty Students at the 2013 Symposium
Many Aresty programs have deadlines in the spring. We want to keep you up-to-date with important information about our Summer Science Program, Research Assistant Program, as well as information about becoming a Peer Instructor and the Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium for current Aresty students. Applications for Summer Science... Continued
Professor Eddy Arnold and his research team were featured in Rutgers Today and NJ.com for their work identifying chemical agents that block the flu virus's ability to replicate itself. Professor Arnold, Board of Governors Professor of chemistry and chemical biology in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers and a member of the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine, participates in Aresty's Summer Science Program guiding rising sophomores through their first hands-on research experiences.
Celebrating Undergraduate Research
This year, more than 200 Rutgers professors are supporting over 300 students through the Aresty Center's Summer Science program and Research Assistantship program--our largest cohort of faculty students ever. On October 17th, from 4:30-6:30, 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 this moment to say "thank you" to our faculty supporters.

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