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!
July 2, 2014
NJIT Grad Ramon Gonzalez Helps Engineer High-Frequency Trading ReformRamon Gonzalez, a systems reliability engineer for NASDAQ since his graduation from NJIT in 2009, was on the verge of a career... read more!
May 8, 2014
NJIT graduates spanning several generations – from the Class of 1944 to the Class of 2014 – will be returning to their alma mater in record numbers from Friday, May 16 to Sunday, May... read more!
April 4, 2014
In a much-anticipated event put on each spring by the Office of Career Development Services, alumni ranging from newly minted workers to corporate executives return to campus to share an... read more!
March 27, 2014
Edward Schmeltz is one of the foremost marine civil engineers in the nation as well as a senior executive at the largest transportation engineering company in the U.S.Currently he serves as a... read more!
March 24, 2014
In 1978, David Gockel was a civil engineering major at NJIT who hadn’t yet defined his interests. During his sophomore year, though, he took a class that piqued his curiosity and put him on... read more!
January 10, 2014
It’s hard to imagine a more vivid advertisement for the versatility of an engineering degree than Howard E. Michel. Since graduating nearly 40 years ago, the electrical engineering major... read more!
December 4, 2013
It’s a brave new digital world for publishers, and Michael Smith is at work leveraging the full potential of 21st-century technology as chief digital officer for Forbes Media LLC and... read more!
November 12, 2013
When the power fails in a hospital and lights go out, the situation can quickly become life-threatening.Power must be restored in seconds, not only for lighting but to operate all the equipment... read more!