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2009
Distinguished Professor Alok K. Chakrabarti was recognized last week by his friends and colleagues for his years of dedicated service to NJIT's School of Management. Chakrabarti served as the founding dean for the School of Management for more than 11 years and led the school through its initial AACSB accreditation. Since his hire in 1988, he also served as the Foundation Chair in Management of Technology, where he continued to make significant contributions to research in this area. >>
2006
New Jersey policy planners recently gathered at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) to learn from noted MIT Professor Richard K Lester and his associates how to bring entrepreneurs to Newark. >>
2005

KUDOS - July 2005

July 01, 2005
Chemical Engineering Professor Presents Paper in ScotlandNorman Loney, PhD, associate professor of chemical engineering, presented a paper at the 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, which was held in Glasgow, Scotland from July 10–14, 2005. The paper, “Mathematical model of a multi fibule counter current membrane separation device,” was co-authored by Laurent Simon and C. R. Huang (Emeritus) of the chemical engineering department at NJIT. Blackmore Gives Plenary Lecture at Mathematics ConferenceDenis Blackmore, professor of mathematical sciences, gave a plenary lecture and organized a special session on "Bifurcation of Dynamical Systems" at the Conference on Differential and Difference Equations and Applications at Florida Institute of Technology.Gopalakrishnan Serves as EAM Conference Program ChairShanthi Gopalakrishnan, associate professor of management, served as program chair for the annual meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management and is the guest editor of a special issue of the Group and Organization Management journal based on the conference theme, "Managing Ethically in Times of Change."Manikopoulos Receives NSF Grant To Implement Smart Campus TechnologyConstantine Manikopoulos, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, is the principal investigator for an NSF grant of more than $400,000 to implement "smart campus" technology at NJIT that will allow the integration of activities across many laboratories and enable "anywhere, anytime" participation by students and faculty.Grebel Receives NSF AwardHaim Grebel, professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded over $133,000 by the NSF as principal investigator in the development and testing of filters needed for spectral sensors in a broad range of monitoring and detection systems, from the visible to the terahertz region of the spectrum.Chakrabarti Named Associate Editor for Two JournalsAlok Chakrabarti, distinguished professor of management, has been named associate editor for e-business at IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management and associate editor for the International Journal of Strategic Change. >>