Feature Stories

Past stories tagged with "teaching"

Scene & Heard
July 23, 2008
Are boys better in math and science than girls? Are boys innately superior to girls in analytical fields such as engineering?  Naturally aggressive and competitive, are boys bound to... read more!
Student Profile
April 16, 2008
When Indira Hernandez was in high school in Cuba, she and her classmates spent the afternoons working in the fields, helping the local farmers pick oranges, water potatoes and sow the fields.... read more!
Student Profile
April 4, 2008
When he was a sophomore in high school, Nishant Vyas got some shocking news: His sister -- 8-year old Aesha -- was diagnosed with cancer. A growth on her chin threatened her life, and some... read more!
Faculty Profile
October 29, 2007
During his nearly 20 years at NJIT, Professor Timothy Chang has won a host of teaching awards. He’s been cited for his use of technology in the classroom; for introducing web-based lab... read more!
Faculty Profile
April 25, 2007
Norbert Elliot, a professor of English at NJIT, doesn’t make his students write endless essays.He doesn’t force them to interpret stories his way, and he doesn’t wade through... read more!
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