News & Events
Important information and updates from The Graduate School and our campus partners.
Please join SACNAS at their dinner panel, Off the Beaten Path: Broadening the Career Options for PhDs.
The Graduate School has awarded Community Building Grants to 34 different groups for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Should you mention your civic engagement projects on your CV? If so, where and how should you describe your experience?
Beat the flu this season with Northwestern University Health Service. Flu shots are covered by NU and other health insurance plans, so schedule your appointment today.
As a mid-sized, private, non-sectarian university in the Chicago area (loop and Schaumburg), Roosevelt University provides teaching opportunities for researchers in our Department of Biological, Chemical and Physical Sciences.
The Dr. John N. Nicholson Fellowship provides financial support for outstanding Northwestern graduate students enrolled in PhD programs in the sciences, engineering and management.
Versatile PhD will host a free web-based asynchronous panel discussion on Careers in Government Research, November 17-21.
In conjunction with the University Career Services (UCS), ADCA is hosting a Consulting 101 workshop for those just beginning to consider consulting as a career path.
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs will be hosting an Individual Development Plan (IDP) Building workshop on November 20.
TGS students who wish to graduate this quarter need to be aware of a few key dates.
The Office of the Provost will host a Learning, Teaching, and Assessment forum at Norris University Center.
The Parkinson's Disease Foundation has several grant opportunities for the upcoming 2014-2015 grant cycle.
Art within Science: A Speculative Biological Approach
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.
This evening of mingling, dinner, and drinks for gaduate students and faculty interested in race and ethnicity is sponsored by a TGS Community Building Grant
Each quarter, Kellogg opens a handful of courses to TGS students.
This retreat specifically focuses on how graduate students can grow and learn in God even in the daily stresses of research and classes.