Events

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…

October 31
New York Blood Centter Co-Sponsored by Aresty and Honors College Flyer
The Aresty Research Center is collaborating with New York Blood Center and the Rutgers Honors College to host our first ever blood drive! It'll take place on Thursday, October 31st from 12pm-6pm at the Honors College, East Lounge. What better way to spend your Halloween than starving some vampires?  Anyone who comes to donate blood will win a free Rutgers Cinema movie ticket. Donors will receive their first official NYBC Donor ID…

September 02
Fall 2020 Virtual Information Session Series
It is time to learn by doing! We invite you to the Aresty Information Session where you will have the opportunity to learn about our programs. The Aresty Center's mission is to support undergraduate research at Rutgers University by assisting undergraduate students in learning about the process of research, identifying faculty mentors or projects, defining research goals, seeking funding for a project, and presenting their findings to the…

August 01
2019 Summer Science Poster Session
The 2019 Aresty Summer Science Program will culminate with a poster session, held on Thursday, August 1st in the Busch Student Center, MPR. 35 first-year students will share 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.…

April 26
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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…