Take time to honor students making a difference on this campus by nominating recipients for the Wildcat Impact and Wildcat Excellence Awards.
Northwestern Career Advancement invites PhD students to join us on a Consulting Career Trek.
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).
The Long Nineteenth Century Colloquium presents “The Pleasures and Perils of the Male Body in Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain”
This talk by Paul Deslandes will take place on April 25.
The Northwestern University Press Graduate Assistantship is a competitive twelve-month position awarded to an outstanding graduate student at Northwestern University working on a PhD in any field of the humanities.
Join the NU Public Humanities Colloquium and Northwestern doctoral alumni for a half-day of career exploration and professional development.
The German Center for Research Innovation will be hosting Falling Walls Lab New York on September 14, 2017.
There is an upcoming OPA Professional Development workshop with Immigration Attorney Brendan Delaney (Leavy, Frank & Delaney, LLC) on April 11 at 10am in Gray Seminar Room (Lurie Research Building, 303 E Superior, Chicago).
The Graduate Writing Place is now accepting applications to serve as a Graduate Writing Fellow during the 2017-2018 academic year.
This is a major initiative to foster a diverse academic environment by supporting promising scholars studying urban disparities to launch their academic careers at Wayne State.
Grant Writing Teaches Valuable Professional Skills: Advice for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
Pursuing funding support as a graduate student or postdoc can help your career—and in more ways than one, writes Victoria McGovern.
Graduate Student Appreciation Week is a national initiative to show support and appreciation of the contributions, impact, and value of graduate students.
Now's the time to reserve your spot in the six cross-disciplinary writing workshops held this quarter.
The Graduate Writing Place has opened for the spring quarter, and now's the time to begin reserving appointments.
This workshop will help postdoctoral fellows and graduate students outline summer projects, set goals with summer advisees, structure interactions, and problem solve as issues arise.
Plant-It Purple will together after Spring Break to give the tiny plants some more room to grow by transferring them into pots.
Dr. Birkett will present several examples of how social inequalities are present within and perpetuated by data systems.
The deadline for the Digital Humanities Research Grant and the Digital Humanities Travel Quarter Grant is April 10.
The Graduate Research Grant (GRG) is intended to help PhD and MFA students, in historically underfunded disciplines meet expenses related to scholarly research and creative endeavors.
The march will take place in downtown Chicago on April 22.
Graduate school is a high-demand learning environment, and the demand can be even greater when coupled with the unique stressors carried by graduate students of color.
This event is part of a national public education program designed to expose girls and boys to a variety of workplace roles.
Spring is slowly arriving and we have coffee and treats to help you and your little ones celebrate the change of seasons and quarters!
InfoSocial 2017 is April 7-8 at Northwestern University, Evanston Campus
McKinsey & Company invites female students and experienced professionals across North America to be inspired and make a difference!.
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.
Dr. Matheny will present an overview of The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA).
Northwestern Energy Technology Group (NETG) is hosting three speakers next Wednesday from 4-5 PM in TGS Commons who are going to provide three perspective in energy efficiency for cities and large institutions.
Connect with organizations in a variety of industries online via chat sessions to learn about their internship, job and co-op opportunities at the Hire Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair.
The Assistantship is designed to build professional capacity in programming, administration and leadership, and will provide hands-on experience in designing and coordinating undergraduate initiatives (like the Humanities Plunge), developing outreach initiatives, and managing programs of the Kaplan Humanities Institute.
The NLA is offering young professionals and university students an exciting opportunity to hone their leadership skills while exploring rural entrepreneurship in Nepal.
Check out these events in March from ADCA and BCG.
There will be an information session on the Northwestern University-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program on Wednesday, March 15 at 12 PM in Graduate Student Conference Room (GSCR).
If you are looking for a way to have meaningful connections with NU students from all backgrounds, all disciplines and all countries, feel free to apply to MDG.
Join Astronomy on Tap Chicago for an evening of space and beer at Half Acre's taproom.
SPIE be hosting a presentation by Professor Yonggang Huang on "Stretchable electronics" as part of their seminar series which is supported by the materials science department.
Spend an evening with the Northwestern Chicago Graduate Student Association (CGSA) on March 28th from 6-9 PM. Dinner, drinks, and three hours of WhirlyBall, a game that is a mix of bumper cars-lacrosse-basketball.
On Tuesday, Nick Whitaker, training and development manager for Google, will host a workshop about the Google News Lab initiative. This event is put on by the Knight Lab.
Bain & Company invites graduate students and postdocs to attend their Curious About Consulting (CAC) event on Friday, March 31 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM in their Bain Chicago office.
BCG would like to invite you to join their Ethnic Diversity Network for a reception to meet members of their Black and Hispanic cadres and hear about various leadership opportunities you can take advantage of within the Network.
Attend “Seven Minutes of Science” and learn about the cutting-edge research happening across Northwestern.
Tickets go on sale Saturday, March 18 at 9:00 AM!
Northwestern Swing Dance Syndicate presents a west coast swing workshop and tap workshop for swing dancers.
SPIE will be hosting a presentation by Jean-Baptiste Kempf as part of their student seminar series which is supported by MRSEC.
Norris will keep students motivated during their studies with food and stress-free activities.
Northwestern PhD/Master’s students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni are encouraged to attend this free recruiting event, which will feature employers from a range of career fields!
The Boston Consulting Group is a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy.
After a vitriolic anti-science and anti-evidence national election, Republicans control The White House and Congress.
Apply now for Spring Quarter Writing Groups! Virtual Groups Now Available!
The Yale Graduate Student Consulting Club (YGCC) will host its 6th Annual Consulting Case Competition on March 31, 2017.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Student Health Services and Northwestern University's Health Insurance Services at the Chicago Campus
CGSA and TGS presents: Part 2: Everything You Wanted to Know about Student Health Services and Northwestern University’s Health, Dental, and Eye Insurance for Graduate Students.
The Center for Leadership offers opportunities for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows to improve their skills in an environment that nurtures experimentation and innovation.
Graduate Sidekicks are peer mentors to incoming graduate international students.
Step Up is a program that focuses on equipping its audience on how to become an active bystander by facilitation of tools such as the 5 Steps of Bystander Intervention, the 4 D's (Distract, Delay, Delegate, Direct), and the See Model.
The International Office and Pritzker School of Law will bring together a panel of immigration and civil rights attorney’s for a discussion on the recent executive order banning travel.
Explore careers in the social justice and nonprofit fields throughout the week of March 6. Co-sponsored by Social Justice Education.
Explore the world of book publishing, glean career insights, and learn about industry trends from a panel of Northwestern alumni and professionals working in publishing.
The University of Bonn invites graduate and postgraduate students as well as young professionals from any field of study or discipline to a Summer School on Intellectual Property in Bonn.
This pair of workshops will focus on the elements of rubric design and implementation—from analyzing assessment tasks, to selecting appropriate rubric structures, to drafting and adapting rubrics for classroom use.
Learn about LinkedIn, including how to optimize your profile and network effectively.
The TGS Family Resource Liaison cordially invites you to join the new Northwestern Graduate Students with Children group on Canvas.
The Art History program is seeking a research assistant to help with book and web-based archive projects.
Join fellow graduate students in Memphis, Tennessee to explore the food, music and culture of the American South while engaging in community service, social issues and sharing the value of volunteerism
Northwestern’s Black Graduate Student Association is pleased to announce its 20th Annual Graduate Research Conference that will be held on April 15th, 2017 at the Conference Chicago at the University Center in downtown Chicago.
As an interdisciplinary conference, Equinoxes encourages submissions from a variety of fields including but not limited to history, ethnography, anthropology, literature, media studies, sociology, art history, and political science, provided that the presentation relate to French or Francophone spheres.
the 2nd Chicago Graduate Conference in Hispanic and Lusa-Brazilian Studies will take place from April 13th to 15th, 2017 at Northwestern University’s Evanston campus.
With generous funding from Richard and Barbara Franke, and in partnership with The Graduate School, the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities will offer exclusive fellowships to the most promising graduate students in fields across the humanities for 2017-2018.
The English Language Programs (ELP) staff are currently seeking volunteers to participate in oral interviews.
Versatile PhD is a web-based resource that The Graduate School (TGS) students and postdocs can use anytime, from any computer, confidentially.
The Summer Language Grant (SLG) is intended to assist PhD students with expenses related to language training during the summer for their research.
The Graduate Research Grant (GRG), Digital Humanities Research Grant and Digital Humanities Travel Quarters Grant are due today.
This fellowship provides opportunities to doctoral candidates to engage in full-time dissertation research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies.
On Friday, January 20, the club’s mentor, Gloria Kim, will be giving a speech.
Join fellow women in academia for Galentine's Day. GWAN will be streaming a movie and providing sweet treats.
The Brady Program in Ethics and Civic Life is seeking four graduate students to help mentor undergraduates in their Brady Scholars Program.
Northwestern’s MLK commemoration features two-week-long series of events
The deadline for online applications is 1 February 2017.
Coffee hours will be held from 3:30-5:00 pm on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses the last week of the month.
Apply for the Graduate Research Grant (GRG), the Digital Humanities Research Grant, and the Digital Humanities Travel Quarters Grant by January 17.
ACLS invites applications for the seventh competition of the Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows program.
Now's the time to reserve your spot in the six cross-disciplinary writing workshops held this quarter.
Do you want feedback on your cover letter for the academic job market? That grant application that needs to cater to an audience outside your discipline?
Meet 80+ employers in a variety of industries over two days, hiring for both internships and full-time positions. The fair is open to all Northwestern students and alumni to learn about internships and full-time opportunities, with different employers attending each day.
The Public Humanities Graduate Assistantship at the Chicago Humanities Festival (CHF) is a competitive 12-month opportunity awarded to an outstanding graduate student from Northwestern University.
The National Humanities Alliance Foundation invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Fellow to implement a project entitled “The Publicly Engaged Humanities: A Survey of the Field.”
The National Science Foundation (NSF) December 6 released Doctorate Recipients from U.S. Universities: 2015.