CAMPUS RESOURCES

Academic Support Services: Students may schedule individual meetings with the Dean or Senior Associate Dean to discuss or other graduate program-related issues. Contact:

Dr. Sidney Strickland, Dean
212-327-8705
strickland@rockefeller.edu

Dr. Emily Harms, Senior Associate Dean
212-327-8090
emily.harms@rockefeller.edu

Immigration Services: The staff of the Office of Immigration and Academic Appointment advises international students and scholars on obtaining and maintaining lawful status while at the University.

Occupational Health Services: The OHS Office is staffed by Nurse Practitioners who are able to provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries, in addition to wellness screenings and immunizations. These services are available on an appointment or walk-in basis, and are free of charge. Contact:

212-327-8414
ohs@rockefeller.edu

Onsite Psychiatrist: An onsite psychiatrist, Dr. Nisha Mehta-Naik, provides confidential counseling and medical services to employees and students two days per week(Tuesdays and Thursdays; 9am-5pm). Contact:

212-327-8414
ohs@rockefeller.edu

Child and Family Center (CFC): The Rockefeller University provides on-site child care for students and employees through its Child and Family Center. There is a formal application process for admission, and parents are encouraged to apply in advance. Contact:

Pamela Stark, Director of the Child and Family Center
212-327-7071
pstark@rockefeller.edu

Career Support Services: Career and professional development resources at Rockefeller include individual advising, professional skills building workshops, and opportunities to explore and prepare for a variety of careers for biomedical PhDs. Contact:

Andrew Morris, PhD., Director, Career and Professional Development
212-327-8903
andrea.morris@rockefeller.edu

Title IX Coordinator: Title IX of the U.S. Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities at institutions that receive federal financial assistance. To report a Title IX incident or complain, contact:

Virginia Huffman, Title IX Coordinator
212-327-7261
huffman@rockefeller.edu


STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

PRISM: People at Rockefeller Identifying as Sexual/Gender Minorities

RiSi: Rockefeller Inclusive Science Initiative

SEPA: Science and Education Policy Association

Natural Selections

SciCommMedia: Science Communication and Media Group

Tri-I Biotech Club

Tri-I Consulting Club

Committees:

Student Representative Council (SRC)

1st year: tbd, 2nd year: Alex Stuart, 3rd year: Dani Keahi, 4th year: Krithika Venkataraman, 5th year: Shaopeng (Leo) Yuan, 6th year: Emily Lorenzen, MD-PhD: Aryeh Zolin

RUDI: Rockefeller University Diversity Initiative (this committee is not currently in session)

Faculty Club Board Contact:

Jacob Rostol
jrostol@rockefeller.edu

Art Studio Contact:

Zachary Mirman
zmirman@rockefeller.edu

Tri-I orchestra

The new year is kicking off. If you play an instrument and want to get more involved, fill out this survey.

Note: there are also music practice rooms in Scholars and Abby


LOCAL RESOURCES

NYC
New York Association for Women in Science (Metro NY AWIS) – have lots of great events
NYC-Women in STEM (NYWiSTEM)
INet NYC– a resource for all international graduate students and research fellows

National/International
Association for Women in Science (AWIS)
The Pregnant Scholar – a resource for pregnant students