Feature Stories

Past Alumni Profile

November 4, 2009
After graduating from NJIT in 2007, Angelie Mascarinas (2007) won a full scholarship to attend UMDNJ’s New Jersey Medical School.  She’s now in her third year of medical school,... read more!
November 4, 2009
After graduating from NJIT in 2007, Hamid Bagce (2007) won a full scholarship to attend the New Jersey Medical School at UMDNJ.  He’s now in his third year at the medical school.He is... read more!
March 30, 2009
When he was a young boy, Serge Demerjian (1993) loved to build. He’d spend endless afternoons playing with Legos, building them up, then tearing them down. Ever since he could remember, he... read more!
December 3, 2008
Just one week after graduating from NJIT, Jonathan Lansey (2008) was invited to give a talk at Google’s Manhattan office. While an NJIT student, Lansey studied the probabilities of... read more!
November 21, 2008
When he was a boy, Saurabh Abrol (2002) worked in his father’s liquor store.  But when he wasn’t at the store, and wasn’t in school, he liked to play with his computer.... read more!
November 17, 2008
Ken Chin (1974) helped design a computer chip for two immensely popular video games: Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Chin works as a research engineer at IBM’s Watson Center.  He was... read more!
October 23, 2008
Jason Chin (2007) graduated less than a year ago from NJIT, but he already has a job that most video-game-loving college students would kill for:  He works as a quality assurance tester for... read more!
May 5, 2008
Haila Hudson (1988) is a pioneer in the fields of construction and professional engineering. She was one of the first women in New Jersey to become a licensed electrician, and one of the first... read more!
March 31, 2008
Rumana Mallick graduated just last year -- 2007 -- but she already works as a technical analyst for Smith Barney, the leading brokerage firm, which is grooming her to be an executive. It’s... read more!
February 7, 2008
Karisa Solt began taking classes here when she was 14. The following year, she enrolled as a full-time student. And three years later, at 18, she became the youngest student ever to graduate from... read more!