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2013 - 5 stories
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Congratulations to the dozen graduating bachelor's and master's degree candidates of the NJ School of Architecture saluted earlier in the week at the College of Architecture and Design ceremony for outstanding students.  >>
The College of Architecture and Design concluded yesterday's 2013 NJIT morning commencement ceremony at the Prudential Center with an afternoon balloon launch and luncheon back on campus for grads, friends and relatives.  >>
NJIT today awarded 2,643 degrees to the members of the class of 2013, bringing the total number of degrees awarded by the university to more than 74,678.  The ceremony was held this morning at Newark's Prudential Center.  Follow coverage of the ceremony from The Star-Ledger. >>
NJIT offers innumerable opportunities and the students who avail themselves of the many campus attributes ranging from 121 degree programs to an enviable 15:1 student-faculty ratio often leave NJIT to enjoy a rich, rewarding future.  Five inspirational stories below exemplify that if you stay in school and work hard, success follows.   >>
Over the years Professor Angelo Perna, who has taught at NJIT for 45 years and rarely missed a graduation, has watched tens of thousands of students graduate from NJIT.  >>
Panasonic Corporation of North America Chairman and CEO Joseph M. Taylor today delivered a moving address at NJIT's 2011 Commencement at the Prudential Center in Newark after receiving an honorary degree.  >>
Education changes lives and it will be no different this year when more than 2300 graduates march down the aisle at the Prudential Center to accept their diplomas from NJIT. >>
In many ways, Daisy Gallegos, of Jersey City, represents the quintessential NJIT student.  Although born in this country, she is the daughter of immigrant parents who barely spoke a word of English when they arrived on these shores. >>
Panasonic Corporation of North America Chairman and CEO Joseph M. Taylor and inventor, sculptor and entrepreneur Daniel A. Henderson, the CEO of Intellect Wireless, Inc., will receive honorary degrees at the May 16, 2011 NJIT commencement. >>
Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno spoke with candor and smiles Monday, May 17 at NJIT's 2010 commencement ceremony urging candidates “to love what you do, but stay open to surprises.  If anyone ever told me when I was your age that I would be a sheriff or lieutenant governor some day, I never would have believed them,” she said.  >>
NJIT 2010 Commencement Ceremony during which upwards of 2,200 honorary doctoral degrees and earned doctoral, master's, and bachelor's degrees will be conferred on the Class of 2010. >>
When Kate Boardman, of Montclair, and Paul Rodriguez, of Harrison, march at NJIT's upcoming May 17 graduation at the Prudential Center, their minds may wander to memories of their work as fledgling mechanical engineers  removing bacteria from drinking water and halting water-borne illnesses in a poor Haitian village. Working under the auspices of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), the two made several visits there over the past two years.  >>
Each year, the NJIT Newark College of Engineering (NCE) gives the Innovation in Design Award to an engineering student who excels as a designer. This year, Giancarlo Fricano, of Bridgewater, a senior whose design skills twice helped the NJIT Steel Bridge Team capture first place in regional competitions, received it. >>
The NJIT 2010 Commencement Ceremony will be held Monday, May 17, 2010, 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 2010. >>
Many seniors who will graduate at NJIT's commencement ceremony tomorrow (9 a.m.-noon) at the Prudential Center are looking forward to the big day but not just for the sheepskin. They will look forward just as much to their starting dates at plum jobs with starting salaries upwards of $60,000.  >>
NJIT has a reputation for turning out first-generation American college students.  Three seniors, who will graduate at NJIT's upcoming May 16, 2009, commencement ceremony (9 a.m.-noon) at the Prudential Center, exemplify that tradition. >>
Many seniors who will graduate at NJIT's upcoming May 16, 2009, commencement ceremony (9 a.m.-noon) at the Prudential Center are looking forward to the big day but not just for the sheepskin.  They are looking forward just as much to their start dates at plum jobs with starting salaries upwards of $60,000. Grads attribute their success to keeping their studies focused on science, technology, engineering and/or math.  >>
EOP (Educational Opportunity Program) Boot Camp will hold the closing ceremony for its summer academic enrichment program. Some 150 students spent the past five weeks in this academic "boot camp,” living on campus and attending a grueling schedule of classes from Monday to Thursday before heading home for the weekend. >>
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.   >>
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.” >>
Practical approaches to topics that affect present and prospective entrepreneurs will be offered at the 2007 Graduation and Vendor Showcase of the Prudential Young Entrepreneur Program on Dec. 11, 4-9 p.m. in the NJIT Campus Center Atrium. The event is free to the public and a limited number of exhibit spaces are still available. Contact: Darryl Wilson or call 973-242-4133. >>
The Enterprise Development Center (EDC) at NJIT will celebrate the graduation of Great American Technologies (GAT) from the EDC on Oct. 18, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Atrium at NJIT. The event will include a celebration of GAT's technological achievements and the launch of the Mobile Vision Player and Mobile Priority Communication System™.  Seating is limited. To reserve your ticket for this free event, please RSVP by Oct. 16 to Joan Guarino; 973-848-9393; e-mail: >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology recently named 1,447 undergraduate students to the dean's list for the spring semester of 2007. >>
More than 800 students fulfilled their credits and graduated in May, 2007 from New Jersey Institute of Technology. >>
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will make a  commitment to reduce carbon emissions at the agency's three airports and its seaports, said Anthony R. Coscia, chair of the board of commissioners, during NJIT's 2007 commencement. NJIT awarded Coscia an honorary doctorate of humane letters at the ceremony held at Continental Airlines Arena. >>
William S. Guttenberg, who has spent his life, time and fortune making the world a better place for people with physical limitations and who are developmentally disabled, will receive an honorary doctorate from his alma mater NJIT during the May 17, 2007 graduation ceremony in Continental Airlines Arena. >>
NJIT will award an honorary doctorate to one of the world's foremost living mathematicians, Peter D. Lax, PhD, professor emeritus of mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University.  Lax will receive the award during NJIT's May 17, 2007 graduation ceremony in Continental Airlines Arena, starting at 9 a.m. >>
The critical role of technology in shaping public policy will be the focus of keynote graduation speaker Anthony R. Coscia, chairman of the board of commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, at the 2007 Commencement of NJIT. The event is set for May 17, 2007, 9 a.m., at Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford. >>
Graduation Day arrives today for 180 academic boot campers who have completed the six-week Educational Opportunity Program at NJIT. The students, all of whom will now be formally admitted into NJIT's incoming freshman class, spent six weeks living in residence halls and attending classes in math and science. The program, now in its 33rd year, takes high school students from the state's poorest districts and transforms them into bright college students who will one day work as engineers, scientists and other professionals. >>
NJIT bestowed 2,063 degrees during its May 18 graduation ceremony held at the Continental Airlines Arena. NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch called the 2006 graduating class, which marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of NJIT, one of the largest and finest in the history of the university. >>
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. >>
A total of 161 graduates from the Middlesex and Union county region graduated from NJIT during its May 26 commencement ceremony held at the Continental Airlines Arena. NJIT had 132 graduates from Middlesex County, 19 from Union County and 10 from the town of Somerset. >>
A total of 127 graduates from Bergen and Passaic counties graduated from NJIT during its May 26 graduation ceremony held at the Continental Airlines Arena. NJIT had 84 graduates from Bergen County and 43 from Passaic County. >>
When he was 16, Sanmi Koyejo left his home and family in Lagos, Nigeria.Above all, his parents wanted him to get a good education, and they knew Nigerian colleges could not compete with their American counterparts. So, even though they'd miss him, they bid him farewell - hoping an American education would be his passport to success. >>
George Roa's life is a classic American story of an industrious immigrant who uses education as an avenue to economic betterment for both him and his family. He will graduate from NJIT on May 26 at the top of his class. He majored in professional and technical communication and has a near-perfect cumulative grade-point average of 3.9.  "I do think America is still the land of opportunity,” he said. “The opportunities are here but you must open your imagination and look for them.” >>
What: Some 116 students will soon get their cell phones back. The students, mostly blacks and Hispanics from impoverished urban neighborhoods, relinquished their cell phones while attending the rigorous academic boot camp at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). But come Thursday, at noon, they'll not only get their cell phones back but also be guaranteed admission to NJIT's freshman class.      When: Thursday, Aug. 5, 2004 Where: Jim Wise Theater, Kupfrian Hall, on the NJIT campus. Why: The six-week boot camp, run by NJIT's Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), helps disadvantaged students make an easier transition from high school to college. The students in EOP disproportionately attend impoverished secondary schools in the state, and have been historically underrepresented in technological universities. The enrichment program transforms these students into learners and scholars. Background: Residence hall life for the past six weeks has been tough: lights out at midnight, no radios, no visits between the men's and women's floors. And the students attended classes in physics, calculus and architecture from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.   Who: The graduation ceremony will be attended by the 116 students, their parents as well as NJIT professors and administrators. How: The media is invited to observe the ceremony and talk to students, parents, teachers and administrators. To attend, call Robert Florida at (973) 596-5203.      Editor's Note: : The students in the program are from the following cities or towns: Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Bayonne, Belleville, Bloomfield, Brick, Carteret, Cliffside Park, Clifton, Dayton, East Brunswick, East Orange, Edison, Elizabeth, Hamilton Twp, Hillside, Irvington, Iselin, Jersey City, Kearny, Laurel, Lincroft, Maplewood, Marlboro, Montclair, Newark, North Arlington, North Bergen, North Brunswick, Orange, Parsippany, Passaic, Paterson, Pennsauken, Perth Amboy, Piscataway, Plainfield, Richland, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, Roselle, Scotch Plains, Somerset, Towaco, Trenton, Union, Union City, West New York and Woodbury. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will confer honorary Doctor of Science degrees on a pharmaceutical executive and a distillation-engineering expert during its Jan. 30, 2004, commencement ceremony at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's Prudential Hall, Newark. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) bestowed 881 degrees during its May 27 graduation at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark. >>
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During a morning ceremony, the university awarded 469 bachelor's degrees and 16 doctoral degrees. In an afternoon ceremony, it awarded 367 master's degrees. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will award more than 800 degrees during its May 27, 2003, commencement ceremonies to be held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), Newark. Bachelor's and doctoral degrees will be awarded in Prudential Hall from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.; master's degrees will be awarded from 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) bestowed 930 degrees during its 117th commencement exercises held January 24 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. NJIT awarded 389 bachelor degrees, 516 masters and 25 doctorates. >>
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