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2004 - 3 stories
2006
Starting this fall, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will offer three accelerated degree programs--two at universities and one at a community college.  The programs will make NJIT's technological expertise and education available to many more students. >>
Students at Camden County College (CCC) will soon be able to earn a bachelor's degree from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) without leaving their campus. Starting this fall, NJIT will offer a bachelor's degree in information technology at CCC's Blackwood campus. CCC students who have earned an associate's degree in one of five areas – biotechnology, liberal arts, criminal justice, computer-information systems or accounting - can register for the bachelor's degree. >>
2005
NJIT faculty, staff and their families watched the Newark Bears play against the Camden Riversharks at the annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night on May 6, 2005 at Riverfront Stadium in Newark. NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch threw out the first ball and the 2005 employee service award recipients were recognized. >>
2004
Astride his motorcycle, NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch led a procession of students, staff, and the Highlander mascot to watch the Newark Bears shut out the Camden Riversharks at Riverfront Stadium yesterday afternoon. Altenkirch threw out the first ball and NJIT received special recognition at the game.  >>
Beginning this fall, NJIT will offer master's-level courses in engineering management and computer information sciences at Camden Community College (CCC). A signing ceremony to formalize the collaboration was held last week on CCC's Cherry Hill campus. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) signed an agreement to begin offering classes this fall at Camden County College (CCC). NJIT will offer master's-degree courses in engineering management and computer information sciences at the county college's Rohrer Center, in Cherry Hill. NJIT aims to also offer bachelor's degree programs and other courses from CCC's campuses in Blackwood and Camden. Those programs and courses could be offered as early as the spring semester of 2005, and will allow students to earn NJIT degrees without attending the NJIT campus in Newark. >>