Past stories tagged with "graduate"

Innovations at NJIT
October 28, 2011
Enhancing Bridge SafetyShu Yi Tham's research will improve the safety of bridges.  Shu, a master's student majoring in civil and environmental engineering, developed a model to evaluate... read more!
Scene & Heard
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!
Scene & Heard
February 16, 2011
Sixty students pulled an all nighter. They weren’t studying. They weren’t partying. They were up making apps.The students making the apps (software applications) competed in a 24-hour... read more!
Scene & Heard
November 11, 2010
A group of doctoral students is researching ways to create better drugs, as well as how to improve the manufacture of them. Their particle engineering research, some of which is published in... read more!
Student Profile
March 12, 2010
Maria Plummer grew up in St. Lucia, a Caribbean Island known for its natural beauty. As a girl, Maria and her friends spent time on the beach, playing cricket. But life on the island was not all... read more!
Student Profile
May 13, 2009
Ashish Borgaonkar was recently named the Outstanding Graduate Student of the year. Each year, the Newark College of Engineering’s (NCE) gives that award to a graduate student who has... read more!
Student Profile
February 10, 2009
Chitra Sridhar started playing chess when she was 6.  Her father taught her how to play.  He loved the game and she loved him and his passion for the game soon became her passion. ... read more!
Student Profile
September 25, 2008
In his early years at NJIT, it was not uncommon for Robert Herrera to spend the wee small hours of the morning sequestered in an architecture studio, studying.  Then, as the sun rose and the... read more!
Student Profile
August 22, 2008
Anu Goyal is working on a master’s degree at NJIT, but he doesn’t go to class.  He has a job, but he visits his job site only five times a year.  And though he lives in West... read more!
Student Profile
May 16, 2008
Daniel Lepek, a chemical engineering major whose research involving pharmaceutical powders could help develop a new class of nano-drugs, was recently named the Newark College of... read more!