Feature Stories

Past stories tagged with "physics"

Scene & Heard
November 18, 2011
Whenever one of his McNair students gets a Ph.D., Professor Angelo Perna, a good-hearted and gregarious professor who has taught at NJIT for 45 years, smiles with delight.Perna devotes himself... read more!
Faculty Profile
July 18, 2011
Louis Lanzerotti has made major contributions to America’s space program, both as a policy expert and as a scientist.  And one of his largest policy contributions was in deciding how... read more!
Alumni Profile
May 24, 2011
During his three years at NJIT, Matthew Deek merged his love of science with his affinity for the humanities.  He came to NJIT unsure of what to study, so he studied a bit of everything --... read more!
Faculty Profile
December 17, 2008
Professor Gordon Thomas makes physics fun.  In his classes, students learn the principles of physics by doing demonstrations.  In one demo, his students design a model of the human eye,... read more!
Scene & Heard
July 5, 2007
It’s a debate that has roiled amateur baseball leagues: namely, which is more dangerous, aluminum or wooden bats? Some New Jersey towns have banned Little League hitters from using aluminum... 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!