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The Graduate Student Government Association’s (GSGA) Travel Award allows graduate students to apply for awards for up to $500 in funding for registration and related travel expenses to a conference where the student will be presenting research or other academic work that has been completed at Rutgers University-Newark.
The Dana Library offers many workshops each semester for graduate students, with topics ranging from information literacy (i.e., finding, using, and managing information); to data collection, analysis, and/or management; to digital humanities methods & tools; to scholarly communication; to grants; to careers.
Gradfund assists Rutgers graduate students with identifying and applying for merit-based research grants and fellowships to support graduate study and research. Students can sign up for individual appointments and/or participate in workshops, presentations and mentoring programs throughout the year.
To access EdSeries, log in to ----------, then look under the "Organizations" tab. Near the bottom, click on EdSeries. Hover over the "Organization ID" for the topic you are interested in, then select "Enroll" from the pull-down menu. Topics include 2010 and 2013 Microsoft Office applications.