How to Prepare for Grad School: 32 Tips for Undergrad Students

Are you an undergraduate thinking about attending graduate school? No matter what year you are in, it’s never too early to prepare. Bloustein School professor and associate dean Clinton Andrews was one of several deans, professor and program directors asked the following question for The Graduate School Site: If an undergraduate student approached you for advice about […]

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Professor Robert Lake receives teaching excellence awards from NAGS, GSNB

Bloustein School professor and director of the doctoral program Robert Lake was selected as the recipient of  2015 Teaching Excellence Awards from the Northeast Association of Graduate Schools (NAGS) and Rutgers Graduate School-New Brunswick (GSNB). The Northeast Association of Graduate Schools Teaching Awards are designed to recognize excellence and creativity in teaching of graduate students at the […]

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Grad School 101 videos help prospective students navigate graduate school application, financial aid process

Thinking about graduate school? The Bloustein School’s Coordinator of Graduate Student Services, Lynn Astorga, recently worked with Idealist, one of the largest on-line forums for people interested in careers, internships and graduate study in fields relating to public service, community engagement, community development, and non-profits on a new Grad School 101 video series. The video series complements the Idealist Grad Fairs, and […]

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