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Once again, NJIT is noted as a top university for salary potential of college grads. Today released “11 Public Colleges Where Grads Make Six Figures.” >>

A Very Musical December

December 01, 2016
The NJIT Campus Center will be filled with music before the winter break, with performances by the NJIT String and Wind Ensembles, the Jazz Ensemble, and the Rutgers-Newark Chorus. >>
New Jersey's food processing executives will identify solutions to the industry's workforce needs and help shape workforce training opportunities for their industry at a key workshop and brainstorming session, the Food Industry Targeted Industry Partnership (FoodTIP). >>
Cesar Bandera, assistant professor of entrepreneurship in NJIT's Martin Tuchman School of Management, participated in a week-long innovation and strategy exercise at the Université Catholique de Lyon's School of Economic and Social Development.   >>
Carly Berdan, a senior on the women's soccer team at NJIT, will appear as part of the "Michelle Carter Makeup Makeover" segment on the Rachael Ray Show, which will air on Wednesday,... >>
This annual event will feature student entrepreneurs from Newark-area colleges and universities along with Newark regional community members, who will make 10-minute pitches about their proposed businesses and products to a panel of judges. Winners will receive a $3,000 summer fellowship to continue to develop their ideas. >>
Over the last month, coaches and student-athletes from the NJIT Baseball team volunteered their time with the American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Walk and Project Kind. >>
The Highlanders men's basketball team may have returned to Newark a little bit exhausted this weekend, but certainly well enriched from the experience. Over the course of one week, NJIT endured four flights, four bus rides (of at least one hour each), four nights in Mexico and three games in a span of five days. Not to mention having Thanksgiving dinner in the Courtyard Lafayette (Indiana) at 11 p.m. after arriving from 13 straight hours of travel. >>
Freshman Tracey Brereton broke a 45-45 tie on a layup with 1:01 left in the game and scored the final eight points for NJIT, as the Highlanders defeated LIU Brooklyn, 50-48, in the consolation game of the TD Bank Classic hosted by Vermont at Patrick Gymnasium. >>
Associate computer science professor Reza Curtmola discussed cyberattacks and national security risks on “Another Thing, with Larry Mendte,” which aired Nov. 19 on WJLP-TV.“At... >>
On stage in December at NJIT will be Facing Our Truth, One Act Plays on Trayvon, Race, and Privilege. This series of plays written for The New Black Fest is a student-directed and stage-managed presentation of the Rutgers/NJIT Theatre Program. >>
NJIT has formed a joint venture with Fujian University of Technology in China (Team NJFJ) to design and build a functional, sustainable house to compete in the 2017 Solar Decathlon China. The 35-member team includes architecture, interior design, industrial design, graphic design, civil engineering, environmental studies, sustainability, concrete industry management and business majors at the two schools. >>
The long and rich history of Muslim life in Newark, New Jersey's largest city, will be the focus of a program of short films, readings and performances to be presented by professional artists and students on December 3 at the Newark Museum from 1 – 4 p.m.  >>
The Giga Beats, NJIT's acapella group, are hosting their first annual Holiday Showcase and invite all in the NJIT community to enjoy an evening of music, dance and humor as an enjoyable prelude to the end of the semester. >>
The Fall 2016 YWCC Capstone Showcase will take place Wednesday, Nov. 30 in the Campus Center Ballroom from 3-6 p.m. >>
ManufactureNJ and NJII will welcome distinguished speakers and guests at the Additive & Advanced Manufacturing Industry Summit, to be held Nov. 29 in the university's Campus Center Atrium. ManufactureNJ is the Advanced Manufacturing Talent Network funded by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development and hosted at and managed by NJIT. >>
On Nov. 17, the NJIT Board of Trustees awarded scholarships to two NJIT students. >>
On Nov. 17, the NJIT Board of Trustees recognized Atam Dhawan, vice provost for research and distinguished professor in the Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for his recent accomplishments. >>
The “Lead Tank,” a 25-pound driverless car with an intimidating name and an intricate timing mechanism, made NJIT history by medaling for the first time in the championship round of... >>
NJIT celebrated a milestone in the construction of the Wellness and Events Center with a Topping Off Ceremony on Thursday, November 17. >>