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GradFund Blog: Tips for Researchers
Lauren Jimerson, a PhD candidate in Art History, advises students on the ins and outs of conducting research in private collections and archives.
On Nov. 4, 2016, Maggie Debelius, author of So What Are You Going to Do with That?, will be speaking to Rutgers graduate students about the many career opportunities that exist outside academia for those who hold advanced degrees.
Earlier this year, the Ford Foundation awarded prestigious dissertation fellowships to three GSNB students. Find out more about their projects and connect with GradFund, the GSNB's support system for students seeking internal and external funding opportunities.
Every year, the Graduate School-New Brunswick presents awards and fellowships to outstanding faculty and graduate students. View a list of our 2016 award winners.
Henry Iwaniec shares the Shaw Prize with a German scholar for their number theory advances. Learn why Iwaniec calls prime numbers "beautiful, elegant and mysterious."
Greg Moore, Board of Governors Professor in the New High Energy Theory Center and the Department of Physics and Astronomy is a 2015 recipient of the Dirac Medal awarded by the International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Robert Lake (Geography & Planning and Public Policy) wins the 2015 NAGS Graduate Faculty Teaching Award
GSNB '96 BME Alumni—Inventor of the Bionic Eye!
Podcasts of 2 new workshops: Turning your Dissertation into a Book or Article & Careers in Academe: Issues to consider.
Sarah Blake McHam (Art History) has been awarded Book of the Year by the Times Literary Supplement.