Events

September 07
Great Project Icon.
The Geoscience REsearch At the Cordillera Talamanca (GREAT) Project will use a diverse array of geoscience methods to investigate the origins, the current state, and the hazard potential of the Cordillera Talamanca in southern Costa Rica. This region is unique in Central America because of its lack of active volcanism, its extreme (and geologically recent) high elevations, and…

September 07
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The Undergraduate Research Fellowships are intended to defray research costs for students conducting independent research projects under the guidance of a professor. Any advanced undergraduate researcher--typically juniors or seniors--at Rutgers-New Brunswick pursuing independent research projects with faculty guidance is eligible to apply. Funding is intended for consumable supplies: that is, supplies specific to the research project. Funding…

April 26
Presenting discussing her research at the Aresty symposium.
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. The research presentations at the Symposium range across the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and arts. This unique event, which…

May 02
Presenter during the Aresty Colloquium.
The interdisciplinary Colloquium, intended for advanced students presenting 15-20 minute papers or oral presentations, will be held on May 2nd, from 2-5pm, at the Aresty Research Center in Milledoler Hall. 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…