Past stories tagged with "computer"

Alumni Profile
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!
Student Profile
November 21, 2007
When he was 13 years old, Oscar Tapia always carried a dictionary. It was his friend and his teacher -- his passport to a brighter future. He had just arrived from Mexico and was eager to learn... read more!
Alumni Profile
November 13, 2007
Young, talented and entrepreneurial, Geoff Cox (2003) is living the good life in Manhattan. He runs a software business out of his apartment. He plays guitar in a rock band and, with help from... read more!
Alumni Profile
October 12, 2007
When he was a senior at NJIT, Gian Francisco (2007) led a student team that won a nation wide engineering contest. Sponsored by IBM and the History Channel, the contest asked students to design... read more!
Scene & Heard
May 29, 2007
The College of Computing Sciences, founded six years ago, is NJIT’s youngest college. But it’s already established itself as a national leader in producing computing-science... read more!
Student Profile
May 10, 2007
Greg Wagner was one of four members of the men’s volleyball team chosen for the N.C.A.A. Division 1 All-Academic Team. He plays middle blocker, where he spends most of his time aloft. And... read more!
Scene & Heard
April 30, 2007
An NJIT student has won a Goldwater Scholarship, one of the nation's most prestigious prizes, for researching the sun’s effects on global warming. Mohammad Naqvi competed against 1,000... read more!
Student Profile
March 22, 2007
Hamid Bagce will graduate this spring from NJIT after studying here for just three years. And what’s more notable about his achievement is his grade-point average: a perfect 4.0. He is a... read more!
Scene & Heard
February 6, 2007
Why Study Electrical and Computer Engineering? A Question and Answer Session with Professor Tim ChangHow does electrical and computer engineering (ECE) differ from computer science?Which students... read more!