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The NJIT Board of Trustees issued a proclamation on July 21 recognizing Sergeant Antoine Hughes of the NJIT Public Safety Department for a 2015 incident in which he demonstrated his bravery, dedication to duty and steadfast commitment to public safety. >>
“Sometimes in tragedy we find our life’s purpose…” ~ Robert BraultIt was a hot, steamy June day in 2011. A group of high school students from Neptune escaped to Bradley... >>
The girls miss their cell phones and the boys miss their mothers.That’s because they are in a sleepover camp at NJIT. The 36 middle-school students don’t have a lot of time to dwell... >>
For the first time, NJIT offered a Real World Connections (RWC) Cybersecurity Summer Boot Camp to over 55 New Jersey middle and high school students. >>
The model serves as the centerpiece of “Dedicated to Every Block in Newark,” an art exhibition curated by the People Power Planning Newark and artist Bisa Washington, and was crafted by 150 volunteers, including architecture students from the College of Architecture and Design. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will receive $20 million in capital funding from the State of New Jersey to renovate classrooms and laboratory spaces. Chief among the building projects will be the creation of Makerspace at NJIT, a 9,500-square-foot facility that will heed the call for innovation, invention and production in today's burgeoning STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) economy. >>
Since 2004, NJIT has celebrated student leaders with the Highlander Student Achievement Awards. The annual event recognizes student leaders and organizations for their talent and work to enhance the NJIT student experience. >>
The fifth edition of the ASUN Conference Most Valuable Mascot Challenge is set to begin on Monday, July 18th-21st as the league's eight mascots will vie for the crown. The NJIT Highlander earned the victory last year and looks to hold off the competition once again in 2016. >>
Alan Liu is spending the summer sitting on his bottom.He’s not lazy.On the contrary, Alan is riding across the country on his bicycle. In early June, he and 38 cyclists set off from... >>
Cristian Borcea, Guiling Wang and Vincent Oria, three faculty members from the Department of Computer Science (CS) in the Ying Wu College of Computing Sciences (CCS), have been promoted to the... >>
Sponsored by the American Design Club in New York City, and curated by its director Kiel Mead, the “Growth” competition featured approximately 50 products and included work by both current and past students from NJIT's industrial design program. >>
NJIT men's basketball head coach Brian Kennedy announced seniors Damon Lynn, Tim Coleman and Rob Ukawuba as team captains for the upcoming 2016-17 season. >>
The clinic is designed for committed and dedicated players that are interested in playing college soccer, and to educate players on the demands and expectations of being a Division I student athlete. >>
NJIT women's basketball coach Steve Lanpher announced the signing of five recruits to join the Highlanders for the 2016-17 season. >>
The 3rd Annual Elite 90 Fan Favorite contest is underway – vote for Women's Fencer Julia Garcia, Elite 90 award winner from the 2015-16 academic year. The contest will be promoted via NCAA social media channels and so the goal of this project is to raise awareness for the award and celebrate these high-achieving student-athletes while getting fans excited about supporting their candidates. >>
Stephan Kudyba, an associate professor in the Martin Tuchman School of Management, recently presented a paper on “A Conceptual Framework for Leveraging Standard and Big Data Resources to Achieve Sustainable Business Solutions” at the 14th International Conference of the Society for Global Business & Economic Development. >>
NJIT's online master's degree programs in information technology ranked second on CollegeRank.net's 2016 list of “The 20 Best Online Master's in Information Technology Programs.” >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for a three-year project titled “Engineering New Materials Based on Topological Phonon Edge Modes.” This project, a partnership with Yeshiva University, will seek to elucidate the fundamental dynamics of cell division and other functions of living cells, as well as lay the groundwork for the fabrication of a new class of metamaterials with novel physical properties and functionalities. >>
David Liptsyn, a biology major at NJIT, took first place in an international competition that tested students’ knowledge of nutrition.Liptsyn convened recently with 9,000 other students in... >>
During NJIT's first summer session (May 23 - June 27), the computer science department offered CS 100: Roadmap to Computing, a prerequisite course for computing majors. But this year, there were six high school teachers among the students learning about programming, Python and the use of high-level data types in problem representation. >>