Faculty Resources


The graduate school is happy to assist faculty and students with materials for NIH fellowship (F30/31/32) and NSF applications as well as training grants (T32). See below for some materials and please contact Janet Alder (janet.alder@rutgers.edu) for additional help if needed. 

  • For a boiler plate document that can be used to describe the RCR training for grad students and postdocs that is compliant with NIH regulations for fellowship applications, please click here.
  • For a boiler plate document that can be used to describe the Rigor and Reproducibility training for grad students and postdocs that is compliant with NIH regulations for fellowship applications, please click here.
  • For a boiler plate document that describes iJOBS career development program, please click here.
  • We also have versions for the NIH Description of Institutional Environment and Commitment to Training and Additional Educational Information that can be tailored to individual graduate programs and students. 
  • We also have successful NIH F applications, NSF, EPA, AHA, NJ state fellowships as well as diversity supplements for NIH grants that we can share upon request. 

 

Student Privacy Training session March 6, 2014

For podcast of student privacy training session click here
For powerpoint presentation of FERPA click here

Master Educators Guild Inductees from GSBS New Brunswick/Piscataway

2015 - Paul Copeland, PhD
2012 - Vikas Nanda, PhD
2010 - James Millonig, PhD
2009 - Smita Patel, PhD
2008 - Michael Leibowitz, MD/PhD and John Pintar, PhD
2007 - Patrizia Cascaccia-Bonnefil, PhD
2006 - Celine Gelinas, PhD
2005 - Michael Hampsey, PhD
2004 - Victor Stollar, MD
2003 - Donald Winkelmann, PhD
2002 - Ann Stock, PhD
2001 - Terri Goss Kinzy, PhD
2000 - Jerome Langer, PhD

New Jersey Health Foundation Excellence in Research Award Recipients

2017 - Cheryl Dreyfus, PhD
2016 - Roko Rasin, MD/PhD
2015 - Nancy Woychik, PhD
2014 - Smita Patel, PhD
2013 - Estela Jacinto, PhD
2012 - Vikas Nanda, PhD
2011 - Jeffrey D. Laskin, PhD
2010 - Monica J. Roth, PhD
2009 - Nicola Partridge, PhD

New Jersey Health Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients

2017 - Joseph Kramer, PhD
2015 - Emine Abali, PhD
2014 - Nancy C. Walworth, PhD
2013 - Loren W. Runnels, PhD
2011 - Paul R. Copeland, PhD
2010 - Nancy C. Walworth, PhD
2008 - Donald Winkelmann, PhD

Dean's Award for Outstanding Service

 

2017- Martha Soto, PhD

 

SGS Forms for faculty

SGS Faculty Nomination Form to join graduate program

 

Molecular Biosciences Rotation Evaluation Form

New Course approval form

Student Request for Letter of Recommendation Release form

 

Paragraphs for course syllabi

 

Students with Disabilities: Rutgers University welcomes students with disabilities into all of the University's educational programs. In order to receive consideration for reasonable accommodations, a student with a disability must contact the appropriate disability services office at the campus where you are officially enrolled, participate in an intake interview, and provide documentation: https://ods.rutgers.edu/students/documentation-guidelines. If the documentation supports your request for reasonable accommodations, your campus’s disability services office will provide you with a Letter of Accommodations. Please share this letter with your instructors and discuss the accommodations with them as early in your courses as possible. To begin this process, please complete the Registration form on the ODS web site at: https://ods.rutgers.edu/students/registration-form.

Academic Integrity:   All students are responsible for locating, reading, and abiding by the University Policy on Academic Integrity for Graduate Students.  The policy is available on-line at http://academicintegrity.rutgers.edu/academic-integrity-policy/
and is outlined in the GSBS handbook
http://rwjms.rutgers.edu/education/gsbs/current/student_handbook.html

 

GSBS Executive Council Minutes

 

September 2016

October 2015 non-meeting votes

July 2015

April 2015

April 2015 non-meeting votes

January 2015

January 2015 non-meeting votes

December 2014 non-meeting votes

November 2014

November 2014 non-meeting votes

October 2014

October 2014 non-meeting votes

August 2014 non-meeting votes

June 2014

April 2014

March 2014 non-meeting votes

February 2014

January 2014

Decemeber 2013

November 2013

October 2013

 

2011 GSBS/Rutgers Joint Graduate Program Retreat

All GSBS and Rutgers faculty who are members of GSBS and Rutgers joint graduate programs were invited to a retreat on Monday June 13 in the Busch Campus Faculty Dining Hall from 12:00-4:30pm. 

Three working groups (Structure of Graduate Programs, Curriculum, and Financial/Quality of Life) were formed to address the recommendations of the Graduate School External Review Team from July 2010 .  This retreat was an opportunity for all faculty to discuss the proposals generated by the working groups which had been meeting for the past 7 months.   

The presentation and supporting information are posted here.

2010 Self Study

GSBS at RWJMS Self Study May 2010

Recruitment Resources

The GSBS has recruitment resources for faculty who are visiting other universities or attending conferences.

  • Brochures, give away items and contact information sheets - please contact Tina Cicolella in the GSBS at RWJMS office.
  • Recruitment slide to add to the end of a seminar talk - we have a JPEG file for your use, Click here.
  • Recruitment talk - for help with a more extensive recruitment presentation, please contact Janet Alder, PhD, Director of Graduate Academic and Student Affairs or Smita Thakker-Varia, PhD, Director of Graduate Academic and Student Affairs

Learning Environment Assessment Program

Rutgers is committed to maintaining a positive learning environment and the highest standards of behavior concerning the teacher-student relationship.  To view the Policy on Learning Environment, Click Here

 

Information for Faculty and Staff to Assist a Student in the Event of a Sexual Assault

Nationwide, acts of sexual violence are under-reported; victims of sexual assault are more like to suffer academically, and from depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, alcohol and drug abuse, and to contemplate suicide. It is important that the Rutgers community have information and resources readily available to address these issues.  The University Office of Academic Affairs, in consultation with UBHC, the Office of Public Safety and U.H. Emergency Department has developed a document titled, “Protocol and Resources for Faculty and Staff When Responding to a Disclosure of a Sexual Assault by a Student.” which also has useful information for victims is available here.

 

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