News & Events
Important information and updates from The Graduate School and our campus partners.
The NIH Career Symposium highlights the diversity of career choices available to the current generation of biomedical researchers.
On Friday, April 28, they have a guest speaker Keeley Shoup who will speak about cuddle parties and professional cuddling.
Dr. Magyar is a graduate of the Chemistry Graduate Program at Northwestern University and an alumnus of the Molecular Biophysics Training Program.
Congratulations to these programs!
Richard M. Pope, MD, Solovy-Arthritis Research Society Professor and professor of Medicine in the Division of Rheumatology, was recently named the recipient of the 2017 Tripartite Legacy Faculty Prize for excellence in research that emphasizes translational approaches, teaching, mentoring and leadership.
Northwestern Career Advancement invites PhD students to join us on a Consulting Career Trek.
SPG, Northwestern's graduate student improv group, and The Recyclery Collective, Rogers Park's educational bike shop, are co-hosting a free event on Friday, May 12, from 7-10 PM.
The 2017-18 cohort of Franke Fellows has been announced.
RSG is a non-credit course that brings in experts from theatre, broadcast journalism, marketing, and education to help scientists and others to better communicate their research.
As you know, Nsombi B. Ricketts moved from her role as Assistant Dean of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion in TGS to become Assistant Provost for Diversity and Inclusion in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion at Northwestern.
Join the Northwestern Swing Dance Syndicate for their spring open dance!
3D-Painting: A New, Highly Versatile, and Scalable Materials-Centric Approach to the Design and Development of 3D-Printable Materials
SPIE will be hosting a presentation by Adam E. Jakus as part of their student seminar series which is supported by MRSEC.
The goal of Community Conversations is to provide a safe space for students to connect and discuss relevant and/or pressing issues that impact the graduate student community at large (e.g. staying motivated in the face of (academic) adversity or finding/creating community).
Ball is held at the Riviera Theatre, one of Chicago’s premier concert and special events venues, located in the historic uptown theater district.
Let me begin my spring 2017 quarterly letter with warm spring wishes from The Graduate School.
The plants are quickly outgrowing their pots so it's time to prep their soon-to-be-home – the Plant-it-Purple garden!
GMU, a new mentorship club on campus, is seeking Mentees and Mentors.
The Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching is hosting a Symposium open to graduate students, postdocs, and faculty/staff. While the event is free, registration is required.
Join GWAN for a meal at a restaurant in Evanston or Chicago hosted by a member of GWAN.
The Office of Fellowships seeks a doctoral candidate with an outstanding record of undergraduate mentorship to join them during the 2017-2018 academic year.