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Student presenting at 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…


Flyer for award.

Aresty Research Center sends a warm congratulations to Atul Bhattiprolu, former Aresty RA/Peer Instructor and current Senior Peer Instructor at the Aresty Research Center, for being awarded the 2021 Chancellor's Leadership Award. This award is given to a graduating senior who exemplifies excellence and truly embodies a commitment to leadership and involvement on campus and/or in the community. In addition, this award is given to a student who…


Congratulations Flyer.

Aresty Research Center sends a warm congratulations to Tanvi Banota, current Peer Instructor and Undergraduate Editor for the Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal at the Aresty Research Center, for being awarded the 2021 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Undergraduate Research Award. This award was given to 11 students for outstanding pre-baccalaureate students whose research abstracts were accepted for presentation at the SOT Annual…


Aresty Journal Annoucemnt

The Aresty Research Center is pleased to announce the 1st issue of the Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal is now live. Our journal and peer review program are a labor of love that required both creative energy and dedication from our undergraduate founders, the Aresty Team, and our highly respected partners from the Undergraduate Education division and Rutgers Library. 

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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…