Northwestern University, The Graduate School: Navigating Northwestern Virtual Information Sessions

Please note that this opportunity is sponsored by NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, and not the Career Development Center or Rutgers University.

Navigating Northwestern is a virtual graduate school information series for prospective students from underrepresented and minoritized populations (URM) and students from minority-serving institutions (MSI). Participants will be able to engage with Northwestern graduate students, postdoctoral trainees, and program administrators to learn more about the expectations, resources, and opportunities of the many aspects of graduate education.

Every session will take place virtually Wednesdays at 4:00 PM CST starting September 16 to November 18. Register via our website for the following sessions:

* September 30: Graduate School Programs: Program Meetup
* October 7: Navigating from Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)
* October 14: Navigating from Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI)
* October 21: Navigating from Native and Tribal Colleges
* October 28: Graduate School Programs: Program Meetup
* November 4: Summer Research Opportunity Program Informational and Panel
* November 11: Student Life at Northwestern University
* November 18: Graduate School Programs: Program Meetup

Graduate School Programs: Program Meetup
Navigating Northwestern is pleased to announce the graduate programs that will participate in the program meetups on September 30, October 28, and November 18. In these sessions participants will be given a program overview and opportunities to ask questions from representatives of The Graduate School (TGS) programs. Participation is limited and spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. All participants must register by 9:00 AM CDT on the day of the session. Please register below to meetup with the program of your interest!

Wednesday, September 30
1. Applied Physics
2. Art History
3. Economics
4. Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling
5. Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences Graduate Program
6. Master of Science in Reproductive Science and Medicine
7. Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neurosciences (NUIN) PhD Program, NU PREP
8. Physics and Astronomy
9. Program in Public Health

Wednesday, October 28
1. Civil and Environmental Engineering
2. Computer Engineering
3. Earth and Planetary Sciences
4. Electrical Engineering
5. History
6. Media, Technology, and Society
7. Medical Scientist Training Program
8. Plant Biology and Conservation
9. Public Health and Biostatistics
10. Religious Studies

Wednesday, November 18
1. Biomedical Engineering
2. French and Italian
3. German
4. Human Development and Social Policy
5. Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences
6. Kellogg School of Management – PhD Program
7. MS Biostatistics / Department of Preventive Medicine
8. Music Studies
9. Screen Cultures Program/Dept. of Radio, TV, Film
10. Technology and Social Behavior (TSB)


Please email us at tgsdiversity@northwestern.edu for any questions.

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