Science Scholarships and Fellowships: A Different Type of Security

Michael Burel is a Ph.D. candidate studying stem cell biology at NYU School of Medicine. Michael graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Georgia in 2012 majoring in cell biology and writing. During his undergraduate career, Michael conducted research on induced pluripotent stem cells and brain development. In 2011, he received the Goldwater Scholarship […]

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Why Grant-Writing Matters (Even if you don’t get the grant.)

Robert Cole is a PhD candidate in 20th century Chinese cultural-intellectual history at New York University. His research and teaching approach the modern history of China from a global perspective, with particular interest in problems of translation, transnational intellectual and cultural exchange, and global histories of economic and social thought. Robert’s dissertation research has been […]

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International Students: Navigating the U.S. Internship and Job Market

The Wasserman Center for Career Development offers many opportunities for international students to best prepare for internships and professional life in the U.S.  On March 6th the NYU SPS International Club and the Wasserman Center at SPS co-hosted a panel for students with questions about CPT, OPT, H1B and on-campus employment.  “Meet and Greet: Tips […]

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