News & Events
Important information and updates from The Graduate School and our campus partners.
This workshop will help post-doctoral fellows and graduate students outline summer projects, set goals with summer advisees, structure interactions, and problem solve as issues arise.
TGS encourages students to subscribe to NUIT's newsletter on use of technology in teaching at Northwestern.
The Sandi Port Errant Language and Culture Learning Center (LCLC) at the University of Illinois at Chicago invites applications for a post-doctoral research associate in the Digital Humanities, starting July 15, 2015
Current Funding Opportunities from the Office of Foundation Relations and the Office of Research Development
The Office of Foundation Relations and the Office of Research Development forward the following to graduate students and encourages them to apply for any awards relevant to their study.
n Summer 2015, Crystal Reports will no longer be available for SES reporting. If you use SES administrative login credentials to run Crystal Reports, this news affects you.
The following events are part of the Graduate Student Appreciation Week in April.
Have questions you forgot to ask at orientation (whether it was last September or five years ago)? Now that you are settled into your programs, come and learn answers from various campus resources.
Feel the appreciation! Enjoy some snacks and an adult beverage with your peers! Attend for a chance to win gift certificates donated by great restaurants near campus, including Stan’s Donuts & Coffee, Timothy O’Tooles, D4, and How Do You Roll? Sushi.
In honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week, The Graduate School would like to cordially invite you to TGS Night Out on Wednesday, April 8. Come enjoy an evening of food, drinks, and fun at Bat-17.
The Innovation and New Ventures Office (INVO) offers various programs that provide graduate students with opportunities to learn more about the technology transfer process, intellectual property, new ventures and more.
In this interactive session, faculty and graduate students will learn more about recent research on the role of diversity in education within the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields, and will have a chance to discuss and reflect on how these issues play out in their courses.
The Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute (NBTI) is hosting an educational programfocused toward healthcare and research professionals involved in the care of patients with brain tumors. The most up-to-date research, surgical, and clinical evidence based information will be presented which will be reinforced through case discussions.
Get a head start on spring quarter planning and reserve your spot in any of the seven upcoming cross-disciplinary writing workshops. The Graduate Writing Place's first two workshops--"Productive Writing & Time Management" on April 3 and "Creating and Getting the Most from a Peer Writing Group" on April 6 are specifically designed to help you get your quarter off to a running start.
Join the NU Public Humanities Colloquium for How Can Digital Archives be Public Humanities? a conversation with Harris Feinsod, Assistant Professor of English & Comparative Literary Studies, hosted by Ira S. Murfin, doctoral candidate in the Interdisciplinary PhD Theatre & Drama.
On Tuesday, April 21st at 2:30 PM, Julie Anne Friend, Northwestern’s Director of Global Safety and Security will hold a pre-departure training session for graduate students going abroad.
The Data Incubator is an intensive 7 week fellowship that prepares masters, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists.
The GEM4 2015 Summer Institute: Mechanobiology of the Brain, will allow attendees to participate in two weeks of lectures and hands-on training in engineering, biology, and physical science laboratory techniques by experts in the field.
The German Research Center for Environmental Health, Helmholtz Zentrum München, pursues the goal of developing personalized medical approaches for the prevention and therapy of major common diseases such as diabetes mellitus and lung diseases. Helmholtz Zentrum München is a member of the Helmholtz Association, Germany's largest scientific organization.