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Student Profile
September 19, 2014
For the last few years, Jacqueline Moreno has worked two jobs: one in the Campus Center and another at a local movie theater. She uses her pay checks to cover her tuition. Her father can’t... read more!
Alumni Profile
September 18, 2014
Nichole Letizia found a job that not only pays her bills but also gives her life meaning. What follows is a first-person account of her travels across the country, where she's using her NJIT... read more!
Scene & Heard
September 18, 2014
In an impressive showing for a single university, NJIT students recently presented eight separate research papers at the annual conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society... read more!
Scene & Heard
September 11, 2014
For some students, NJIT is more than a college: It's a family affair. And NJIT has been that for the Jackson sisters -- Marie, Martina and Vincia – all of whom found a home, and an avenue... read more!
Student Profile
September 11, 2014
Architecture Major Nick Wujek Preserves History, Communes with Elk and Bison in Wyoming’s Jackson ValleyNick Wujek began the month of August behind a desk at a Morristown architecture firm... read more!
Alumni Profile
September 9, 2014
As Transportation Commissioner for the state of Connecticut, responsible for some of the oldest and most traveled highways, bridges and rail lines in the country, James Redeker ’77, M.S.... read more!
Faculty Profile
September 9, 2014
An NJIT research team has estimated the total mass of oil that reached the Gulf of Mexico shore in the wake of the BP Deepwater Horizon blowout. It’s the first time such an estimate was... read more!
Scene & Heard
September 5, 2014
Do you play a string or wind instrument, or want to spend some spare time playing “big band” jazz? Then NJIT is the place to be starting this fall.In response to the enthusiasm... read more!
Faculty Profile
September 4, 2014
Carbon nanotubes are tiny structures with immense potential. One atom thick and about 10,000 times smaller than a human hair in diameter, they’re already being used in numerous consumer... read more!
Scene & Heard
September 3, 2014
Data basic to understanding complex solar processes and their effect on Earth is being gathered by researchers in various fields at an exponential rate. The considerable challenge is to make the... read more!