Graduate Studies

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Hashimoto Fellowship and Prize

  • Two awards to selected graduate students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering on the basis of academic excellence and promise for a career devoted to advancements in the field of electrical and/or computer engineering. 
  • Amounts at or above $10,000 per year to doctoral students.
  • The Hashimoto Prize, valued at $5,000 is awarded each year at the NJIT Commencement to an outstanding doctoral candidate who has demonstrated achievement and academic excellence
  • Nomination by a committee of faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department for review by the Associate Provost of Graduate Studies and the Dean of the Newark College of Engineering.

Bar Ness Fellowship

  • Eligibility: currently enrolled student in Electrical or Computer Engineering, GPA of 3.5 or better, academic endeavors are directed toward Communications and Signal Processing
  • Selection is made by a committee of faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department with the concurrence of the Associate Provost of Graduate Studies
  • Award has been valued at about $2,000 per year.

PhoneTel Fellowship

  • For graduate students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence and promise for a career devoted to advancements in the fields of electrical and/or computer engineering
  • Award has been valued at over $7,000 per year.

Ross Fellowship

  • Supports students pursuing the doctorate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • First preference: International students from Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden or other European countries
  • Full-time tuition support for two or more students annually
  • Doctoral level stipends as recommended by the faculty committee. 

Jerome Drexler Fellowship

  • Financial assistance to a graduate student in Electrical Engineering
  • Based on merit to be used toward tuition or unmet financial needs
  • Eligibility: U.S. citizen
  • Award: $3,000 per year
  • Selection made by a committee of faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department with the concurrence of the Associate Provost of Graduate Studies and the Director of Financial Aid.