Author Archives: Claudia Farber (Guest)

Advice in the Chronicle of Higher Education

Following is a link to a recent article in the Chronicle’s Vitae Making It Through Grad School: The Vitae Primer Debating whether or not to go? Already there, and just looking to survive? Either way, here’s a look through our … Continue reading

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Workshop Podcasts Now Available

In response to requests, selected Project AGER workshops will now be recorded, when feasible, and posted on the new “Podcasts” page on this blog. Two podcasts are now available:  Turning your dissertation into a book or article, presented by Chie … Continue reading

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Workshop: How to turn your Dissertation into a Book or Article

This interactive workshop is organized and sponsored by the Graduate School-New Brunswick and Project AGER (Advancing Graduate Education at Rutgers) and will be presented by Rutgers faculty members from the social science and humanities disciplines.  RSVP not required, but preferred. … Continue reading

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Event: Kickstarter School

Kickstarter School: A workshop for scientists, engineers, and educators at the New York Academy of Science, Feb. 13

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Crowdfunding – An NYAS eBriefing

See the New York Academy of Science (NYAS) Science Alliance eBriefing on Crowdfunding: An Emerging Funding Mechanism for Science Research.  Science Alliance is an NYAS initiative designed to “foster lifelong career and professional skills through education, development, and training”

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Welcome from GSNB Dean Harvey Waterman

And So It Begins… With its perennial mix of enthusiasm and anxiety, the academic year begins.  For some of you it’s the beginning of graduate school, for others the return of routine or the continuation of ongoing work.  In any … Continue reading

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