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The NJIT Center for Resilient Design—in collaboration with John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy of Thomas Edison State College and the Regional Plan Association—recently co-convened the first New Jersey Urban Mayors Academy on Resilient Design and Mitigation. >>
Backed by a nearly $50 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) will spend the next four years working with thousands of medical practices in the state to improve the quality and efficiency of the care they provide, while also lowering its cost. >>
The College of Architecture and Design's (CoAD) fall 2015 lecture Series is back and in full swing, boasting an impressive roster of acclaimed, well-respected experts in the field of architecture and design. >>
The New Jersey Institute of Technology ranks first in public universities in New Jersey and third in the state overall -- based on post-graduation earnings, with a median salary of $65,300 -- in the new College Scorecard. >>
The opening ceremony for New Jersey Manufacturing Week, hosted at NJIT, kicked off an exciting week of workshops, talks and festivities to draw awareness to the shortage of qualified manufacturing professionals. >>
NEWARK, NJ—NJIT scored three times in the opening half and then, playing the entire second half down a man, held on for a 3-2 win over previously unbeaten #22 St. Francis Brooklyn in non-conference men's soccer Saturday evening on Lubetkin Field at Mal Simon Stadium. >>
Haimin Wang, a distinguished professor of physics and leading authority on space weather, was awarded the Excellence in Research Prize and Medal by the NJIT Board of Overseers in a ceremony on... >>
The theme of the recent TEDxNJIT event was “Urban Phoenix – Renewal and Revitalization.” Speakers from business, academia and the arts discussed the future of the city and... >>
The word is out: NJIT students make the best employees.And that’s why 200 employers came to interview thousands of them at this week’s NJIT Career Fair.With hundreds of recruiters... >>
NJIT Breaks Ground on a State-of-the-Art Life Sciences and Engineering FacilityAn enthusiastic gathering of state elected officials, industry scientists and NJIT faculty, students, administrators... >>
"Digital Destruction," the Technology, Art and Science Forum presentation by futurist and digital-marketing consultant Andrew Edwards originally scheduled on Wednesday, October 7, has been postponed. >>
KANSAS CITY, MO—The National Soccer Coaches Association of America recognized both NJIT men's and women's soccer teams for the NSCAA's annual team academic awards for the 2014-15 academic year, the NSCAA announced. >>
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell recently announced that New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) is one of 39 healthcare networks selected to participate in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, a collaborative network that will join the federal government and other partners in supporting large-scale health care transformation among clinician practices. >>
NJIT Distinguished Professor Haimin Wang, Ph.D., a leading authority on fluctuations of the Sun's magnetic field that give rise to solar flares and space weather, will receive the eighth annual Board of Overseers Excellence in Research Prize and Medal on Oct. 1, 2015.   >>
Michèle Rittenhouse, director of NJIT's Theatre Arts and Technology Program, is among the featured playwrights whose work was selected as one of the winning plays for the 2015 Warner International Playwrights Festival. >>
To fit all of Akhil Dondapati’s accomplishments onto one page is a challenge. That’s because he has so many.At West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South, he took nine AP classes and... >>
DANBURY, CT—Lenny Kaplan, New Jersey Institute of Technology's Assistant Vice President/Director of Athletics, was recognized on Monday, September 28 by the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) as its 2015 Division I Male Administrator of the Year. >>
Professors and computing experts speak on the science behind the reference to NJIT in "The Girl in the Spider's Web." >>
NJIT will break ground on a $19 million state-of-the-art research facility designed to foster interdisciplinary collaboration in fields ranging from biomedical engineering and the biological sciences to electrical engineering and healthcare technologies. >>
Two hundred employers will attend the 2015 Fall Career Fair—the largest technologically-based fair in the metro region. More than 2,500 job seekers will attend the fair – the most ever at NJIT. >>