Past stories tagged with "scholarship"

Alumni Profile
September 12, 2007
Biren Bhatt (2005) was one of the brightest and most compassionated students ever to attend NJIT. He graduated in just three years with a perfect grade point average: a 4.0. Thanks to an... read more!
Student Profile
June 28, 2007
Diya Abdeljabbar, a recent NJIT graduate, will pursue a PhD in the fall at Princeton University, where he won a full scholarship to study chemical engineering.Diya excelled as a chemical... read more!
Student Profile
May 24, 2007
Austin DeRogatis, a scholar athlete who excelled both academically and athletically at NJIT, has been accepted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In the fall, he’ll begin a... 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!
Student Profile
May 10, 2007
Rodrigo Correa, one of four players selected for the Division I All-Academic Team, is a definitive scholar athlete. He grew up in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and was recruited to play at NJIT.When did you... 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!
Student Profile
March 22, 2007
Four years ago, Britain Materek earned a degree in economics. He liked economics well enough, but after he graduated, he realized what he loved best was civil engineering.So he enrolled at NJIT... read more!
Student Profile
March 16, 2007
When she was a child, Ashley Chou loved playing with Legos and building model toys. And she loved taking things apart to see how they worked.She never lost that child-like curiosity - a quality... read more!
Student Profile
March 14, 2007
When David Nare was six months old, his parents had to leave him.They left him in Zimbabwe, their war-torn homeland, to come to the West where they hoped to establish a better life for... read more!