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Sustainable Jersey, with co-host New Jersey Innovation Institute, is holding Coding for Community (CfC) the first of its kind, New Jersey-wide civic tech competition. >>
NJIT men's soccer senior Rickardo Oldham has been selected to the draft-eligible list for the 2017 Major League Soccer SuperDraft, which will begin on January 13 at 3pm. >>
Senior guard Alana Dudley hit the game-winning shot with :03 seconds, leading NJIT to a 64-62 victory over visiting North Florida in the Highlanders first ASUN Conference win of the season Saturday afternoon in the Fleisher Athletic Center. >>
Senior guard Damon Lynn drained six three-pointers en route to a game-high 33 points and NJIT (9-10, 1-2 ASUN) picked up their first conference win with an 84-78 victory over North Florida (7-13, 2-1 ASUN) on Saturday afternoon at Fleisher Athletic Center in Newark. >>
The first Technology and Society Forum of 2017 will focus on a major threat to public health and the ecosystem — contamination in various bodies of water in New Jersey and elsewhere in the nation.  >>
U.S. News & World Report ranks New Jersey Institute of Technology's (NJIT's) graduate computer information technology programs 38th among the “Best Online Programs” offered by universities throughout the country. >>
Professor Armand Berliner (NCE '64), retired professor of mathematics, passed away on Friday January 13, 2017. Professor Berliner retired from NJIT after 43 years of teaching in September 2005. >>
Carla G. Jones ’94 did not always envision herself in the career-coaching profession per se, but as an NJIT student she was continually involved in activities where she was helping someone... >>
We are at the onset of a major political transition in the U.S. and policies adopted by President-elect Trump as well as Congress could have significant implications for higher education, according to NJIT President Joel S. Bloom in an op-ed published on NJ.com.

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Michael van Ter Sluis, director, innovation services for the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) will be among the presenters at the U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) Defense Industry Adjustment (DIA) webinar on supply chain mapping to be held on January 24 in a closed session designed for DIA grantees. >>
A groundbreaking new optical device, developed at NJIT’s Big Bear Solar Observatory (BBSO) to correct images of the Sun distorted by multiple layers of atmospheric turbulence, is providing... >>
Angie Feliz ’13 is driven to succeed. She taught herself English as a teenager newly relocated from the Dominican Republic to Newark, held down two jobs while going to community college,... >>
NJIT PTAC Director Raul Mercado will speak on the topic "A Crash Course In Small Business Procurement" on Jan. 19, 2017, 8:30-11:30 a.m., at the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, 10 West Lafayette St., Trenton. >>
It's a first! Blake Haggerty, executive director for digital learning and technology support at NJIT, has received the inaugural George Laskaris Leadership Award, presented this past November by NJEDge.Net. >>
The Brownfields Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE) has awarded the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) a contract for the Planning and Coordination Services for the 2017 Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop. >>
MONEY Magazine recently named NJIT as one of the top 10 colleges with great career services. >>
NJIT PTAC will host "Everything You Know About Branding is Wrong: Learn How to Brand Your Business Like a Pro to Grow!" on Jan. 17, 9-11 a.m. in the Enterprise Development Center at NJIT. >>
Few landscapes speak more hauntingly of environmental distress than bleak expanses stripped of trees. Felled for farming, fuel and export, their depletion leaves the land prey to topsoil erosion... >>
The NJIT community mourns the passing of Leon G. Smith, M.D. on Dec. 19, 2016. >>
Watch Highlanders senior Damon Lynn sink the three-pointer that sets the NJIT all-time career scoring record (all levels) at 2,030, passing the previous mark of 2,028 held by Clarence Pierce '96 (D-II). >>