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Discounted Registration for the 11th Symposium on Biomaterials Science until September 30
The New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, Rutgers–New Brunswick, will hold the 11th Symposium on Biomaterials Science Bioactive Scaffolds–from the Nano to the Macro Scale on October 9–11 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Brunswick. Registration is $300 for postdocs and faculty. Rutgers faculty members who register with a student (undergraduate, graduate, postdoc) are eligible to receive a special registration rate of $250 off the cost of two registrations. $350 includes entry into the three-day event plus breakfast and lunches for a faculty and student pair. This promotional discount is only available until September 30. Use the code RUMDNJ12 when prompted during registration. Register and learn more here.
Call for Papers: International Labour Process Conference
A call for papers has been issued for the International Labour Process Conference, which will be hosted by the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers–New Brunswick, on March 18–20, 2013, in New Brunswick. Papers are due by October 30. Learn more here.
School of Communication & Information Opens SC&I_decoded Exhibition
The School of Communication & Information (SC&I), Rutgers–New Brunswick, presents SC&I_decoded, a self-guided and interactive installation on the second floor of the main SC&I building on the College Avenue Campus. Each two-dimensional QR code on the wall contains encoded information about a SC&I research project. Visitors can use smartphones to decode the images and interact with SC&I scholarship through Facebook and Twitter. Watch the promo video and learn more here.
"You Need to Be on Broadway": The One-Day Musical Theater Intensive Registration Now Open
The Mason Gross Extension Division in partnership with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center Arts Education presents "You Need to Be on Broadway": The One-Day Musical Theater Intensive on September 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass Campus, Rutgers–New Brunswick. The workshop will support performers ages 13 to 30 on their journey to the professional stage. The workshop is $75, or $65 per person for a group of 10 people or more. Learn more and register here.
Rutgers American Council on Education Network Fall Luncheon RSVP Deadline is September 28
The Rutgers chapter of the American Council on Education Network (ACE-NET) holds their fall luncheon on October 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Rutgers Club on College Avenue Campus, Rutgers–New Brunswick. ACE-NET is a statewide organization that helps advance women in higher education. The program theme is "Standing on the shoulders of those who came before us" and includes a panel discussion by successful women at Rutgers. This event is full, but names will be taken for the waitlist. Learn more and sign up for the waitlist here.
Cultural Awareness and Action in Clinics and Schools Conference Registration: New Brunswick
The Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology is accepting registrations for its annual cultural conference, Cultural Awareness and Action in Clinics and Schools. The conference is on October 19 at the Busch Campus Center, Rutgers–New Brunswick. Registration for Rutgers faculty and staff members is $95. Learn more and register here.
Free Prostate Cancer Screening: September 18, 19, 20, New Brunswick
The Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School offer free prostate cancer screenings for men 40 years of age and older on September 18, 19, and 20 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Cancer Institute on 195 Little Albany Street. An appointment is required. To schedule an appointment, call 1-888-MD-RWJUH (1-888-637-9584). Learn more here.
GAIA Centers Offer New International Funding Opportunities
The Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs announces three new universitywide funding opportunities available to Rutgers tenured and tenure-track faculty: International Collaborative Research grants, International Course Development grants, and the Faculty and Graduate Students Interdisciplinary Working Groups in Global and International Research. Learn more here.
The Mason Gross School of the Arts Free Sample Dance Classes for Children and Teens: September 17, New Brunswick
The Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers–New Brunswick, invites children and teens to sample Extension Division dance classes on September 17. To reserve a slot in Creative Dance, Young Choreographers, or any of our Boyz Only Hip-Hop classes, call the Extension Division office at 732-932-8618. Learn more here.
Rutgers Speakers Bureau is Now Accepting Speaker Applications
The Rutgers Speakers Bureau provides New Jersey organizations with the ability to tap into the expertise of Rutgers scholars and professionals. The Speakers Bureau also places faculty and staff in speaking engagements across the state. Sign up to become a speaker and learn more here.
Last Chance to Register for Mini-Master of Public Administration Program
The Center for Executive Leadership in Government, Rutgers–New Brunswick, is accepting registrations for its fall Mini-MPA program until September 24. Courses begin on September 28. Rutgers employees receive a 10 percent discount off the registration fee. Learn more and register here.
The Mason Gross School of the Arts Announces Fall Performance Lineup: New Brunswick
The Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers–New Brunswick, features more than 500 performances and exhibitions annually and offers a wide range of events at the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center and the Mason Gross Galleries at Civic Square. World premieres, performances, and experimental art shows are offered for an affordable ticket price, or for free. Learn more and view the calendar of events here.
Registration for Swim for Life Free Adult Swim Instruction Now Open: New Brunswick
Rutgers Recreation Swim for Life free adult swim instruction is now open for registration. Classes will run in Werblin Recreation Center on Busch Campus, Rutgers–New Brunswick, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on September 14. Lessons are open to any and all abilities. Register and learn more here.
Rutgers Against Hunger Food Drive for Hunger Action Month: New Brunswick
Rutgers Against Hunger has partnered with Barnes and Noble at Rutgers to host a food drive for Hunger Action Month at all New Brunswick bookstore locations through September 22. Donating $1 can provide up to eight meals at a food bank. Learn more and find bookstore locations here.
Registration for Rutgers Recreation Classes Opens September 5: New Brunswick
Registration for Rutgers Recreation classes opens on September 5 for New Brunswick faculty, staff, and students. Participate in any of 250 classes in dance, group fitness, yoga and holistic health, aquatics, outdoor recreation, martial arts, and sports. Learn more and register here.
UMDNJ/Rutgers Annual Postdoctoral Appreciation Day Symposium: September 20, New Brunswick
The UMDNJ/Rutgers Postdoctoral Association host its fourth Annual Postdoctoral Appreciation Day Symposium on September 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the West Lecture Hall in the RWJMS Research Tower of UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Piscataway. Registration is free and lunch is included. Registration deadline is on September 13. Register and learn more here.
Learn to Row for Adults by Rutgers Recreation: August 27 and August 30, New Brunswick
Rutgers Recreation offers beginner and intermediate Learn to Row classes for adults. These classes will take place on August 27 and 30 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Class of 1914 Boathouse on Route 18 in New Brunswick. Find classes and register here.
New Horizons Learn to Row Youth Camp: August 27 through August 31, New Brunswick
Rutgers Recreation New Horizons Learn to Row Youth Camp will take place from August 27-31 at the Class of 1914 Boathouse on Route 18 in New Brunswick. This camp is for youth ages 12-16. Classes will be taught by Steve Wagner, coach of 14 Olympic athletes. Find classes and register here.
Registration for New Horizons Fall Swim Lessons Now Open: New Brunswick
Rutgers Recreation New Horizons Fall Swim Lessons for children is now open for registration in New Brunswick. New Horizons offers swim lessons to children of all ages and abilities. The course offerings are preschool lessons (ages 3-5), group lessons (ages 5-12), competitive edge training (ages 8-15), and teen lessons (ages 13-17). Space is limited. Find classes and register here.
The Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs Faculty and Staff Ambassadors Program
The Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs, Rutgers–New Brunswick, announces the fall 2012 session of the Faculty and Staff Ambassadors Program. The ambassadors program provides supplementary funds to enable members to visit partner institutions, organizations, and/or alumni in the area on behalf of the university. Applications for the fall 2012 session are due by September 7, and award decisions will be announced no later than September 21. Learn more here.
Ethical Leadership and Intercultural Competence Fall Speaker Series
The Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership sponsors an upcoming speaker series titled "Ethical Leadership and Intercultural Competence in Global Business." Gain insight into your own intercultural competence for personal development and learn how to work across global and diverse boundaries to enhance your professional skills. Participants have the option to complete an Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) assessment prior to the event. Learn more and register here.
Rutgers Center for Management Development Admitted to UNICON
The Rutgers Center for Management Development has been admitted to the International University Consortium for Executive Education (UNICON). UNICON is a highly selective global consortium of 101 leading university-based executive education providers. Fellow UNICON member schools include Harvard, Penn, Duke, Stanford, and North Carolina, among others. Learn more here.
Register for OASIS Leadership and Professional Development Program
The Office for the Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics, Rutgers–New Brunswick, invites women faculty in science, technology, engineering, math, and health science fields to participate in the OASIS Leadership and Professional Development Program. The program accelerates the career development and advancement of academic participants through a combination of workshops, networking, mentoring, and individual coaching. Learn more and register here. The deadline for application is August 24.
Call for Proposals: RU FAIR ADVANCE Life-Cycle Grants
Are you facing threats to research productivity because of personal life events? The RU FAIR ADVANCE Life-Cycle Grants are available to women and men faculty in a National Science Foundation-supported discipline from any Rutgers campus facing an unexpected or complicated personal demand on time that is negatively impacting productivity or continued career advancement. Worth up to $30,000, each grant is flexible and can be tailored to your specific needs. Learn more here.