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Alumni Profile
August 21, 2014
Here are a few things you should know about Vatsal Shah.At age 23, he was one of the youngest persons in New Jersey to be licensed as a professional engineer. The American Society of Civil... read more!
Faculty Profile
August 20, 2014
If you are thinking of studying architecture at NJIT, you should know about Richard Garber, a young professor who offers his students -- and former students -- great opportunities to learn, both... read more!
Student Profile
August 19, 2014
Given its status as nationally-ranked research university, NJIT attracts students from around the world, 460 of whom arrived on campus today to attend the International Student... read more!
Scene & Heard
August 18, 2014
Camping at Google’s HQ with Renowned Innovators in Science and TechnologyEvery August, 250 scientists, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and artists from around the globe gather for a weekend... read more!
Scene & Heard
August 18, 2014
For nearly three decades, Gregory Mass has devoted his life to helping NJIT students find jobs.Mass is executive director of Career Development Services (CDS), the office at NJIT that helps... read more!
Student Profile
August 7, 2014
Most students attend college to improve their lives. But many students in the Educational Opportunity Program attend college to improve the lives of their parents.Consider, for instance,... read more!
Alumni Profile
August 5, 2014
Bob Rossi ’67 is no fan of the lounging beach vacation. His recent summer getaway was to a converted rail house in Marmarth, North Dakota (pop. 136) where he slept in a bunk bed, ate peanut... read more!
Student Profile
August 4, 2014
Like hundreds of other NJIT students, Kimberly Lam is spending her summer working as an intern. It’s a good job. She’s an intern at BAE Systems, a multinational company that is one of... read more!
Alumni Profile
August 1, 2014
On a sunny morning in Paterson this past May, nearly three dozen men and women from such disparate birthplaces as Guyana, the Republic of Macedonia, and Canada filled the front rows of the... read more!
Student Profile
July 31, 2014
When she was in eighth grade, Elizabeth Daudelin took the SATs -- just to see how she would do.She didn’t do well; she did spectacularly. On the math section, for instance, she... read more!