Past stories tagged with "math"

Faculty Profile
January 13, 2012
A better understanding of how the brain functions is the goal of research by Robert M. Miura, distinguished professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences.He is using modeling and... read more!
Scene & Heard
December 7, 2011
In just 10 years since its establishment, the Department of Biomedical Engineering has developed as one of the university’s strongest departments with research programs that are nationally... read more!
Alumni Profile
May 24, 2011
While a student at NJIT, Namrata Patel had two majors -- biomedical engineering and applied math.  Most students struggle to excel in one major. She excelled in both.Namrata graduated... read more!
Faculty Profile
May 11, 2011
Math Professor Soha Abdeljaber was recently named one of the top 25 professors on -- a website where students evaluate their professors. That her students consider her an... read more!
Student Profile
October 9, 2009
Katrina Hornstein (2010) excels in kills.   It's her job as an outside hitter on the women's volleyball team to accumulate kills, which are spikes that result in points.  She's... read more!
Alumni Profile
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!
Alumni Profile
February 4, 2008
Four years after graduating from NJIT, Jennifer Dorn-Guevara has a great career at one of the nation’s top companies: Lockheed Martin.  Jennifer is part of Lockheed’s... read more!
Scene & Heard
December 3, 2007
In the fall of 2008, NJIT will offer a master’s degree in biostatistics. In the below interview, Math Professor Sundarraman Subramanian discusses biostatistics, a relatively new field that... 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!