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Services & Resources for Graduate Students
Graduate School - Newark
* Keep your eyes and ears open for announcements from the Graduate School - Newark for workshops and other events!
GSGA Travel Awards
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.
Research (@ Dana Library)
Subject-specific research guides are a great place to start to get familiar with the best resources for research in your field of study!
Subject Specialist Librarians @ Dana
Consider consulting with a subject specialist librarian when doing research.
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.
Within the Office of Research and Economic Development, the Research Development team designed this site to be a one-stop shop for all of research-related needs.
Research Guide: Grants for Graduate Students
This guide offers resources for graduate students seeking external funding. It was created by librarians in the Dana Library and Grants Specialist Patricia Bender
Dissertations and Theses in Business and Management
The "Awards, Grants, and Prizes" tab may be of special interest.
Office of Research Regulatory Affairs - Institutional Review Boards (IRB)
Review by the IRB is required for research involving human subjects regardless of the funding source, and also covers human research without funding. Click on the appropriate IRB group for further information about CITI training, the different types of reviews, deadlines, applications, and forms.
Graduate Student Tutoring and Workshops
For Graduate School - Newark students only. In addition to writing workshops, students can receive individual assistance with critical reading, research, or writing skills.
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