Past Stories

October 24, 2011
The percentage of women studying engineering in colleges is low -- just 19 percent. But at the Albert Dorman Honors College, the number of women studying science, technology, engineering and math... read more!
October 23, 2011
The future of the health sciences is quietly taking shape on the sixth floor of Fenster Hall. Biomedical Engineering's Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering Laboratory.Assistant Professor Cheul Cho,... read more!
October 11, 2011
The 2011 fall Career Fair will be the largest ever at NJIT, with 170 companies coming to interview and hire NJIT students.  Unemployment may be high and the economy weak, but NJIT students... read more!
October 10, 2011
It isn’t often that an undergraduate gets a scholarship that pays her to do scientific research. But that’s precisely the good fortune that befell Vincia Jackson, a sophomore majoring... read more!
October 7, 2011
At NJIT, undergraduates get many opportunities to work on hands-on research projects. The Provost’s Office, the Biology and the Math Department as well as the Dorman Honor’s College... read more!
October 5, 2011
Development of neural prostheses – devices and technologies for interfacing with the central nervous system – are the focus of research by Associate Professor Mesut Sahin.His current... read more!
September 22, 2011
Three NJIT students will spend a year studying abroad– half the year at an Italian university and half at a Spanish university – and get a bachelor's degree from each. That means... read more!
September 13, 2011
Chemical engineering major Rachel Wallner worked on a project to make the environmental cleanup of Air Force bases more efficient as a summer intern at Noblis. After her graduation in May 2011,... read more!
September 13, 2011
One of the most productive research areas at NJIT is transportation, drawing expertise from such diverse areas as architecture, civil engineering, management, and electrical engineering. A major... read more!
September 9, 2011
When she was just a child, starting around age five, Daisy Gallegos would translate for her parents. They had immigrated to America from Ecuador and didn’t speak English, which Daisy had... read more!