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2009
"The Holocaust: A Retrospective,” a collection of original works by the late Newark-born artist Marcia Marx, will open in Newark for one month on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at the Jewish Museum of New Jersey. Artist Matthew Gosser, familiar to area residents for his group shows at NJIT's College of Architecture and Design, curated the exhibit. >>
Multicolored flags symbolizing those who died in the Holocaust were placed on the Campus Green this week by NJIT students to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Field of Flags event was part of NJIT's One World Week 2009 celebration of campus diversity. "We hope that staff and faculty will engage in conversations about what it means to be part of our multicultural community and how we can share our knowledge in the world, as well as celebrate our many differences that make our multicultural community an exciting place to live and learn," said Joseph Rios, assistant director for Leadership and Diversity Programs. >>
2008
NJIT faculty, staff and students marked their countries of origin on maps displayed in the Campus Center as part of the One World Week 2008 celebration of campus diversity. Other activities scheduled this week include a Global Dinner and the "Dancing with the Staff" Latin dance competition on April 18. >>