August 24, 2015
Kathleen Uske graduated from the college in 2014 with a degree in biomedical engineering. While a student she was chosen to be a keynote speaker at the university fundraising dinner, Celebration.... read more!
August 20, 2015
Battle-inflicted head injuries are as old as war itself, evidenced by the copper helmets worn by Bronze Age soldiers to deflect blows from spears and axes. Over the ensuing millennia, as weapons... read more!
August 17, 2015
When he was a boy, Daniel Vargas would travel by plane to Guatemala to visit his relatives. In his boyish eyes, planes were immense birds whose wings transported him to new worlds. Ever since... read more!
August 14, 2015
Solar flare experts from around the world gathered at NJIT this week to share the latest research on the sudden, powerful blasts of electromagnetic radiation and charged particles that burst into... read more!
August 13, 2015
Looking for a new way to express yourself in text messages that goes beyond run-of-the-mill emojis? Ricky Isibor ‘06 and Haig Jean ’07 have teamed up to create a free app that... read more!
August 11, 2015
Two NJIT students have internships lined up at Wall Street’s premier investment bank: Goldman Sachs.Denmark Clarke and Charlie Johnson-Maljar, both juniors in the School of Management with... read more!
August 11, 2015
Mina Armani and Paul Orbe trained as scientists and worked in industry before deciding to become high school teachers, and they’ve both experienced first-hand the thrill of discovery in the... read more!
August 6, 2015
After arriving on campus this summer to work on a community-based pollution prevention project with an NJIT waste expert, Bruno Bezerra de Souza, an exchange student from Universidade Federal de... read more!
July 31, 2015
For his summer project, Michael Tadros dove into an in-depth examination of a single day in the 2011 Egyptian revolution, a dramatic turning point in the country’s political life with... read more!