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The Graduate School (TGS) is excited to announce that our "Experience Northwestern" event series has returned! Experience Northwestern aims to build community and foster a sense of the well-being by encouraging graduate students to take a break from their studies and research to enjoy all that Northwestern has to offer at no cost to you.
February 19, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
627 Dartmouth Place, 627 Dartmouth Place
Workshop Description: Beyond the traditional classroom, there are many different learning and teaching contexts, from in...
February 20, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
2122 Sheridan Road
About this Event Drafting a Teaching Statement can be a challenging process, particularly for graduate students and post...
February 20, 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
University Hall, 1897 Sheridan Road
Benjamin Morgan is an Associate Professor in the English Department. His work focuses on literature, science and aesthet...
Jeanne Garbarino from The Rockefeller University and Niki Woitowich from Northwestern University are teaming up to conduct a large-scale survey study which explores the “science” behind science outreach.
You are invited to join the Research Safety Student Initiative (RSSI) for Safety Awareness Week (SAW), taking place February 17-20.