Faculty & Staff
Humanities and Social Science faculty are invited to attend this panel discussion.
Students who need to request an activity fee waiver (typically students who are full-time enrolled but studying abroad) may now do so by filling out an Activity Fee Waiver Form.
Programs who wish their students to register by the first billing in December and be paid for winter 2016 at the end of December must meet a number of deadlines.
Mentors of PhD Students and Postdocs are invited to participate in this workshop for research mentors on December 7, 2015.
David and Debra Tolchinsky were featured in an article by New City Film.
Increasing the diversity of our graduate student body is an issue that is central to The Graduate School's current strategy: a culture that values diverse backgrounds, approaches and perspectives is essential for true academic excellence.
The Graduate Leadership & Advocacy Council is actively looking for representatives from every program on campus.
The Graduate School wants to remind new graduate students receiving a stipend that you that must complete the E-Verify (I9) process (Section 1 and 2) and/or the FNIS process, if you have not done so already, by no later than noon on September 23rd in order to receive your pay on September 30th.
David Tolchinsky, Chair of the MFA in Writing for Screen and Stage program and the Chair of the Department of Radio/Television/Film, discusses his newest play Clear in an interview with Proscenium Journal.
The fall quarter DGS meeting will be held on September 24, 2015 from 3:00-4:30 pm.
TGS's Financial Aid team has compiled a list of key dates for program staff for Fall 2015.
The Graduate School (TGS) at Northwestern University has established a Professional Development Grant to support meaningful graduate student and postdoctoral fellow professional development programming at the program/department level. In a change this year, Professional Development Grant deadlines will be quarterly. For upcoming deadlines, eligibility, and application instructions, visit our website.
Learn about deadlines for entering student funding and registration information.
Help welcome new international graduate students to Northwestern next fall by becoming an InterCultural Explorers Guide! Guides will plan weekly social outings for groups of international students during Fall Quarter 2015.
The Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation has announced their second bi-annual Postdoctoral Recruitment Symposium at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC). This symposium will provide a unique opportunity for outstanding senior graduate students from top graduate programs to present their work and meet with prospective postdoctoral mentors at CCHMC.
The Northwestern Quest Scholars Network and Associated Student Government (ASG) are sponsoring a forum with President Schapiro on how to improve the representation of first-generation and low-income students at Northwestern.
TGS has announced a new nomination and selection process for the NAA Merit Award. The award is “presented to alumni who have distinguished themselves in their particular professions or fields of endeavor in such a way as to reflect credit on their alma mater.”
n Summer 2015, Crystal Reports will no longer be available for SES reporting. If you use SES administrative login credentials to run Crystal Reports, this news affects you.
On Tuesday, April 21st at 2:30 PM, Julie Anne Friend, Northwestern’s Director of Global Safety and Security will hold a pre-departure training session for graduate students going abroad.
The Graduate School (TGS) is welcoming applicants for the 2015-2016 Higher Education Leadership Internship position, which gives one doctoral student the opportunity to explore careers in university administration.
The spring quarter DGS meeting will be held on April 9, 2015 from 3:00-4:30 pm.
Information about deadlines for student registration and funding.
Takeda, a pharmaceutical company with offices in Deerfield, has posted a number of summer internships on their website. TGS students are encouraged to apply.
A panel of distinguished researchers will share insights about the special challenges, obligations, ethics, and concerns that pertain when mentoring students while conducting field research.
Mentors of PhD Students and Postdocs are invited to participate in this Workshop for Research Mentors on March 16 and 17, 2015
This workshop for faculty mentors will focus on ideas, techniques, and strategies to help improve the writing skills of PhD students.
The maximum amount of funding available is $3,000 per project/event. Ongoing, long running, or continuous events are not eligible for Catalyst Grant funding.
TGS will post application information in the coming weeks.