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The talk explores the genesis and evolution of academic research efforts in evaluating smartphone application security over the first eight years of its existence. >>
“Graduate courses are much more intensive than undergraduate ones. As a result, students cannot afford any unnecessary anxiety,” said Dr. Sotirios Ziavras, associate provost for... >>
Some 2,500 NJIT students and alumni will get face time with over 350 representatives from 200 employers at the 24th annual NJIT Fall Career Fair—the largest technologically-based fair in the metro region. >>
The NJIT men's tennis team placed third at the Army Invitational after topping St. Bonaventure, 6-1, on Sunday to conclude the Invitational held at Lichtenberg Tennis Center and Malek Courts. >>
NJIT and Stony Brook battled to a 2-2 double overtime draw Saturday afternoon in men's soccer non-conference action. >>
With a 6-1 win over Fairfield, the NJIT men's tennis team went 2-0 on day two of the Army Invitational held at Lichtenberg Tennis Center and Malek Courts. >>
NJIT junior Natalija Tasovac captured the Flight D Consolation title on day two of the 8th Annual Bill and Sandra Moore Invitational hosted by Navy on Saturday. >>
The NJIT Golf Outing scheduled for Monday, Sept.19 has been postponed due to the inclement weather. The rain date is set for Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016 with a 12 noon shotgun. >>
The first Friday afternoon of autumn 2016 brings an exciting concert to campus — acclaimed pianist Sophia Agranovich will be joined by her exceptional student, Mohamed Boubendir. David Dubal, internationally known pianist, author, broadcaster and painter will introduce their musical selections. >>
Over the course of more than two decades as NJIT’s head librarian, Richard Sweeney left a profound and lasting impact on research and learning across the campus. His innovative thinking... >>
The tuneful behavior of some songbirds parallels that of human musicians. That’s the conclusion presented in a recent paper published by an international team of researchers, among them... >>
Shanthi Gopalakrishnan, a professor in NJIT's Martin Tuchman School of Management, presented two papers at the 25th meeting of PICMET '16 held in Honolulu, Hawaii. >>
In the final year of the undergraduate programs at the College of Architecture and Design (CoAD), industrial design students, interior design students, digital design students and architecture... >>
“You are here to build your future,” said keynote speaker Kristina Ippolito, who graduated from NJIT in 2013 with a degree in civil engineering and an impressive track record of... >>
A TEDxNJIT event will take place on September 28, 2016  in the Jim Wise Theatre on the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) campus and also via an accompanying live simulcast broadcast available to viewers worldwide. The independently organized event, licensed by TED, is themed "Innovation and Collaboration," and will feature leaders from business, academia and the arts, including Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, addressing a range of topics. >>
The College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) at NJIT is honored to present an exhibition of Newark-born architect and artist Richard Meier to celebrate the 350th anniversary of Newark's founding. >>
Join Dr. P. Selva Shunmugam on Sept. 16 for a discussion on “Preventing & Managing Diseases Through SIDDHA System of Medicine.” Shunmugam will be covering day to day lifestyle management techniques and best practices including food and body maintenance. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology has improved 15 ranks in the U.S. News & World Report rankings for Best National Universities during the last three years, including a jump of five in the 2017 edition of the rankings, which were released by U.S. News today. NJIT now is ranked 135th overall among the nation's major research universities. U.S. News reviews nearly 1,400 colleges and universities nationally, considering criteria that include assessment by peers and counselors, graduation and retention rates, faculty resources, student selectivity, financial resources and alumni giving rate. >>
There is no set path that ideas follow from insight to invention to innovation. They can simmer for years or strike like a bolt of lightning. For Matthew Reda ’19, inspiration fell from the... >>
NJIT has been selected by readers of Diversity in Action: Advancing STEM Professionals and Students as the top 2016 "Dedicated to STEM Diversity" recipient in the higher education category. In addition, Janice Daniel, associate professor in the department of civil and environmental engineering, has been recognized by readers as an advocate for diverse STEM professionals and students. >>