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For a significant part of the 20th century, the Manufacturing Economy generated unprecedented material prosperity in the United States. Then, as well-paying factory jobs migrated to corners of... >>
NJIT President Joel S. Bloom today hosts New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as he tours Central King Building (CKB), speaks with students and faculty and makes a news announcement. >>
NJIT is mourning the loss of Joseph Micalizzi, 23, a junior from Freehold majoring in mechanical engineering, who was tragically slain early this morning. >>
It takes a whole lot of hand tools (and a heap of duct tape) to build a device that will clean up a nuclear site. And that's exactly what teams from roughly two-dozen New Jersey high schools set out to do during the 25th Annual Creative Design Challenge hosted last week at NJIT. >>
T. Homer Bonitsis, associate professor of finance at NJIT's Martin Tuchman School of Management, provided commentary to the international press prior to the recent Doha meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers on April 17, 2016. >>
Judith A. Sheft, associate vice president for Technology Development, and Raul Mercado, director of the Procurement Technical Assistance Center, both of NJIT, will make presentations for the first annual “Inside the Circl of Power Speaker Series,” to be broadcast during National Small Business Week, May 1–May 7, via live webcast available free to viewers nationwide.  >>
Gonzalo J. Lopez, an adjunct professor who teaches Intro to Design II in the College of Architecture and Design, is developing a project to build a school in El Jicarito, a tiny village in Nicaragua. >>
President Joel S. Bloom will host Bloomberg Radio for a live show, “Powering America's Innovation Economy: Meet the Tech Innovators,” Monday, May 2, from 5 to 6 p.m., featuring some of the nation's top CEOs. >>
Stephan P. Kudyba, associate professor in NJIT's Martin Tuchman School of Management has published Healthcare Informatics: Improving Efficiency through Technology, Analytics, and Management (CRC Press). >>
The College of Computing Sciences (CCS) will host the spring 2016 CCS Capstone Showcase Tuesday, May 3, in the Campus Center Atrium from 5-9 p.m. The showcase will feature 24 senior college capstone teams from the departments of computer science, information systems and information technology in addition to 15 middle and high school teams in the Real World Connections Program (RWC). >>
Enjoy two free concerts during the first week of May by the NJIT String and Wind Ensembles and the Jazz Ensemble. >>
Kehlani, an R&B singer whose records have topped the charts and whose tours have sold out, will headline NJIT’s second annual Spring Fest Friday, April 29, 7 p.m., in the Naimoli... >>
More than 170 world leaders gathered at United Nations headquarters on Earth Day this April to sign the Paris treaty on climate change, which calls for sharp reductions in carbon emissions linked... >>
Six years after BP’s Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig exploded, releasing millions of gallons of toxic chemicals into the Gulf of Mexico, high-level government officials and academic... >>
The New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII), an NJIT corporation that applies the intellectual and technological resources of the state's science and technology university to challenges identified by industry partners, has partnered with SaferMD to offer a qualified clinical-data registry that includes all standard PQRS measures, plus new measures that are designed specifically for radiology. >>
The New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) will honor David Ullman, NJIT's associate provost for Information Services & Technology and chief information officer, with its 2016 CIO of the Year–Nonprofit Organization award. NJTC “provides business support, networking opportunities, information, advocacy and recognition of technology companies and their leaders” and helps to advance “New Jersey's status as a leading technology center in the United States.” The award recognizes a CIO or chief information security officer for “innovation and creativity in deploying their enterprise systems, future IT goals, management philosophy and service to the industry and community.” >>
Situated along the footpath that leads to Weston Hall, home of the College of Architecture and Design (CoAD), are five new fully formed structures for students and faculty to use to engage, converse or simply take a break. >>
On April 20, four photographs by Professor and Director of the School of Art + Design Glenn Goldman were announced as finalists in the fourth Annual Zebra Awards program celebrating the art of black and white photography and sponsored by the TZ International Photography and Art Community (TZIPAC). >>
If an internship is the avenue to a full-time job, than Crystal Seymour is in an enviable position.Seymour, a senior at NJIT, has already had four internships -- all at major corporations. She... >>
It’s always a poignant sight: a group of donors -- older, successful and generous -- meeting with the students -- young, nervous and grateful -- who benefit from their donations. And... >>