News & Events
Important information and updates from The Graduate School and our campus partners.
We are pleased to inform you that, ahead of the launch of TGS’s Admission and Recruitment system (CollegeNET), our new application and review platform, on September 6, we will host the following open houses and training dates.
Check out the summer 2016 edition of the NPHR.
The Graduate School Commons will be closed briefly for a cleaning.
SPIE will be hosting a presentation by Kaijing Luo on Tuesday, July 26.
ClearView Healthcare Partners, a life sciences consulting firm is currently recruiting for full-time positions.
New TAs are invited to register for the New TA Conference (NTAC) which will be held from 9:00AM-2:00PM, Thursday, September 15, 2016.
Apply for a full-time consulting position at Bain & Company
UC-Riverside Study for Grad Students and Postdocs: Complete a survey to be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card
University of California at Riverside is engaged in a study on coping with uncertainty.
Immanuel Lutheran Church, an ELCA congregation in the heart of downtown Evanston, is seeking a parish administrator.
SPIE will be hosting a presentation by Nitin Jain on "Security of Practical Quantum Cryptographic Systems" as part of their student seminar series
The second annual Advanced Degree Consulting Summit (ADCS) kicks off on July 22nd, 2016 at the Northwestern University Chicago campus.
This series of lectures and one-on-one coaching for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows focuses on the development of presentation skills necessary for success within the professional world.
Gain insight into the field and meet alumni and other professionals working as data scientists at this panel discussion.
Slides, handouts and a video recording from the June 30th Training Grant Directors Meeting are now available in the Northwestern Training Grant Directors Folder in NorthwesternBox.
Xerox offers a Technical Minority Scholarship that awards between $1,000 and $10,000 to qualified minorities enrolled in a technical degree program at the bachelor level or above.
Work/Life & Family Resources has developed a map with icons for the lactation rooms on campus.
Vanderbilt University is engaged in an NSF-funded study to examine the critical factors that leave African Americans as one of the most underrepresented racial groups in engineering faculty positions despite intervention programs that aim to broaden the participation of minorities in engineering.
As part of President Schapiro’s Good Neighbor, Great University Initiative, there are several Shadow Days for students from Evanston Township High School. Boys and girls from all grades are invited to attend shadow days in three different subjects during the month of July.
This funding opportunity will support junior-level scientists in conducting impactful research with the mentorship of an experienced cancer researcher.
The Advanced Degree Consulting Alliance (ADCA) is offering a networking workshop series in Evanston on July 15. They will share practical tips to successfully navigate networking events and provide guidance on building relationships with firms and recruiters.