Fall 2020 Virtual Information Session Information Flyer

Thank you to everyone who attended one of our Fall 2020 Aresty Virtual Information Sessions. We hope you were able to learn more about our programs. research opportunities, and application process. We look forward to seeing your applications!

Please see below for the PowerPoint presentation if you missed a session or would like to reflect back on the information presented. 

Aresty student working in the lab with faculty mentor.
We are happy to begin collecting research proposals for the 2021 Summer Science Program.
Next year’s summer program…

Live Q&A Session Series Icon

Have a question about the Aresty Center or the programs we offer? We invite you to attend the Aresty Live Q&A Sessions, where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers from current peer instructors and Aresty staff. There will be five Q&A sessions, hosted virtually via Zoom. Please join a session at any point within the given time frame and there will be someone to answer your question!


Great Project Receives National Recognition

The GREAT project received recognition in the Costa Rican national newspaper, La Nación!

Dr. Paulo Ruiz, who is currently working with the GREAT project, also works for the Red Sismológica Nacional (RSN) and was interviewed by La Nación. The interview included how the GREAT project was working on mapping past landslides and using these maps to attempt to better predict how landslides will occur in the future. Both Rutgers University…

Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal Submissions Now Open Flyer

The official Aresty RURJ is now accepting research journal submissions until Thursday, December 31st for the issue that will be published in the Spring 2021 semester!

Research conducted at Rutgers University by undergraduate students in any and all academic disciplines are welcome to apply. Please see the following website for more details and specific eligibility and…