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2013 - 3 stories
2012 - 2 stories
2011 - 1 story
2010 - 1 story
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2006 - 6 stories
2004 - 5 stories
2014
Each year, NJIT honors students who have worked to enhance campus life. This year, 11 students received 2014 Highlander Student Achievement Awards, which recognized their leadership roles on campus. >>
The demand for orthopedic joint replacement implants, which has never been greater, is fueling innovations in biomaterials and design to meet the ever-rising expectations of the younger and more active patients avidly seeking these surgeries. >>
2013
NJIT recently hosted a Curriculum, Learning, & Assessment Studies (CLAS) workshop entitled; “Preparing Students for College, Career, and Citizenship - Bringing the Standards into Your Classroom.”  >>
Tagged: fadi deek
NJIT senior right-hander Mark Leiter, Jr. struck out 20 Chicago State batters in a nine-inning 5-3 win for the Highlanders Friday night. Leiter's 20 strikeouts were the most nationally in a 2013 NCAA Division I game and the most in NJIT program history.Read more in The Wall Street Journal. >>
Jinisha Patel, of Springfield, a sophomore at the College of Computing Sciences at NJIT, recently attended a White House technology summit.  Patel numbered among 12 college students chosen to attend by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), a group Patel has worked with since high school.  >>
2012
CSLA Dean Fadi P. Deek provided opening remarks at the first annual Curriculum, Learning, & Assessment Studies (CLAS) Conference held on October 17 in the Campus Center Atrium. >>
NeST Group of Companies Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Javad K. Hassan will deliver an inspiring message after receiving an honorary degree at NJIT's 2012 Commencement to be held Tuesday, May 15, 2012.  >>
2011
NJIT has developed a series of short and affordable continuing education courses for Professional Engineers (PE) to help them comply with existing regulations in New York State and anticipated in New Jersey.  >>
Tagged: cpe
2010
Image Processing and Pattern Recognition: Fundamentals and Techniques (IEEE & Wiley Publishers, 2010), a new book by NJIT Professor Frank Y. Shih, PhD, features unique coverage of the most interesting developments and updated techniques, including image watermarking, digital steganography, document processing and classification, solar image processing and event classification.  >>
2009
NJIT will break new ground this summer with a new and affordable graduate online tuition rate for out-of-state students. “The new tuition will make it possible for students anywhere in or outside the U.S. to study full or part-time at NJIT,” said Gale Tenen Spak, associate vice president of the Division of Continuing Professional Education. >>
2008
Three graduating seniors were awarded NJIT's highest honor for earning the highest cumulative grade point average (GPA) during the university's 2008 commencement at the Prudential Center. Biological sciences major Krystian Jarosz, of Colonia, information technology major Amy A. Steed, of Lakewood, and computer engineering major Oscar Tapia, of Clifton, all attained a 4.0 GPA. >>
Tagged: commencement
"You'll find that as you transition from the nurturing, intuitive world of academe into the outside world, it may not be easy to maintain your integrity,” Thom Mayne told more than 2,100 graduating students and their families at the 2008 commencement ceremony on May 17 at the Prudential Center in Newark. The 2005 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate, who is the founder and design principal of Morphosis, an interdisciplinary and collective architectural practice in Los Angeles, received an honorary doctor of humane letters. “Aim to keep your creativity alive and remember, no one else will ever be you,” Mayne said. NJIT also awarded honorary doctorates to Norman Li, PhD, president of NL Chemical Technology Inc. in Illinois, and longtime Newark historian Elizabeth Del Tufo. >>
If you have ever wondered why study abroad is terrific, just ask Alexa McCartney, of Somerville, a fifth-year architecture student at NJIT  who will graduate May 17, 2008.  McCartney spent a semester studying in Spain this past year. >>
NJIT will award Oscar Tapia, Clifton, a first-generation former Mexican immigrant, the university's highest honor for earning a perfect grade point average (GPA). The honor will be bestowed upon the Dover High School graduate tomorrow at 9 a.m. during NJIT's 2008 commencement at the Prudential Center.   >>
Gloria Portocarrero, of Union City, receives her bachelor of science in biomedical engineering from NJIT at the Prudential Center this Saturday at 9 a.m. She'll walk at the head of her class—an Albert Dorman Honors College scholar who's accepted into a master's degree program for next fall in biomedical engineering. >>
When Stephanie Milczarski, 25, of Montclair, a future physicist, walks at NJIT's May 17, 2008 commencement in the Prudential Center, more than kudos may be on her mind. Milczarski didn't arrive at NJIT until leaving a competitive physics program elsewhere, working full time several years and then slowly returning to academe as an NJIT undergraduate.     >>
When Daniel Boston, of Pittsgrove Township, a budding computer scientist and top academic award winner, walks at NJIT's upcoming May 17, 2008 commencement in the Prudential Center, he may ponder more than his near-perfect grade point averages or a $62,000 scholarship for ongoing doctoral studies at NJIT. >>
A better understanding of brain injury, a way to rejuvenate dead nerve endings and a device allowing patients to monitor their glaucoma at home, number among this year's nine winners at NJIT's annual provost's student research day. >>
During Chris Sakowski's first year at Marlboro High School, Marlboro, he signed up for an elective class in business management. But since he was the only student to register, the school cancelled the class and asked him to choose another. Electronics was his lucky pick. “I immediately fell in love with the class, the teacher, and the subject matter,” recalled Sakowski, now a senior. “And I've not lost an ounce of passion since then.” >>
The University Commencement Ceremony for NJIT will be held Saturday, May 17, 2008, at the Prudential Center, Newark from 9 a.m.-noon. During the ceremony, more than 2,000 honorary doctoral degrees and earned doctoral, master's, and bachelor's degrees will be conferred on the Class of 2008. >>
Tagged: commencement, aia
2007
NJIT scored one of its most impressive men's volleyball wins in recent years, defeating George Mason University, 3-1, in the second round of the Golden Dome Classic hosted by Rutgers-Newark on Sunday evening. >>
2006

Music To Their Ears

December 05, 2006
Dee and Gail Clarke, PE (NCE '44) shared information about three rare mechanical musical instruments from their extensive collection—including a 1300-pound Wurlitzer 153 Duplex Orchestral Carousel Organ built for a West Virginia amusement park—at a Mechanical Engineering Department Seminar held yesterday in the Campus Center Atrium. Paul Manganaro, who has restored almost 500 music machines to date and enjoys a national reputation for expertise in his craft, demonstrated the process of a typical restoration at the seminar. >>
This fall, distance learning students at NJIT can listen and watch lectures on their iPods. NJIT is one of an elite group of universities invited to join Apple's iTunes University. NJIT has been using podcasting to enhance its classes, but through iTunes U, it will be even easier for students to listen and view classes on their computers or iPods. >>
NJIT bestowed 2,063 degrees during the 2006 commencement ceremony yesterday at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford. New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine, Nancy Kopell, PhD, a mathematics professor at Boston University, and Jaron Lanier, a computer scientist, composer, visual artist and author, were awarded honorary degrees. >>
Tagged: commencement
When he was 12, Carl Robinson faced a family trauma that was shocking in its brutality. But Robinson never lapsed into despair. He instead managed to use the life-altering events to motivate himself academically and altruistically. On May 18 he will graduate from NJIT with a degree in electrical engineering. >>
Charles M. Forman, a senior partner at the law firm of Forman Holt and Eliades and a widely respected leader of bankruptcy law in the region, was named an outstanding alumnus by the Newark College of Engineering (NCE) at NJIT on May 5 during the college's awards banquet. >>
NJIT is offering a summer class in astronomy and physics for high school students who love the subjects and are considering careers in the fields. During the two-day class—held June 27-28 on the NJIT campus—high school sophomores and juniors will learn about careers in physics and astronomy, do hands-on science projects and learn from prominent NJIT physicists and astronomers. >>
Tagged: students, physics
2004
A Class Act, a musical about the career of Tony Award-winning songwriter Edward Kleban, will be presented by the Rutgers-NJIT Theatre Arts Program from Nov. 10-13 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 14 at 2:30 p.m. in the Jim Wise Theatre. Contact Michele Rittenhouse at Rittenhouse@adm.njit.edu or call 973-596-3457. >>
Employees at Verizon Wireless can now earn college-level credits from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) without once setting foot on campus. NJIT has designed an undergraduate certificate program in information technology for Verizon Wireless employees – a program that will not only keep employees abreast of the latest technological advances but allow them to take classes right in their offices.    >>
Tagged: verizon
Beginning this fall, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will establish a new extension site at Gloucester County College (GCG), in Sewell. NJIT and GCC will host an open house on August 12, 4 – 7 p.m., in the GCC Student Services Building, to announce the new site. Residents of the Gloucester County region are invited to the open house, where they can register for two NJIT surveying classes offered this fall. By registering for the classes, students can earn credits towards an NJIT bachelor's degree in Surveying Engineering Technology.  >>
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. >>
As college acceptances start arriving many parents and their college-bound seniors find themselves in the delightful position of sifting through multiple acceptances. The process often returns them to square one, forcing a period of soul-searching to discern what a school is and what it can offer.       To make this decision easier, Judy Ann Valyo, EdD, dean of freshman studies at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), recently prepared a checklist of 8 signs for parents and prospective college students to consider.  Valyo, a Fort Lee resident, is responsible for guiding new students—both freshman students and transfer students—through the academic process during their first year at NJIT. >>