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The NJIT Board of Trustees issued a proclamation on July 21 recognizing Sergeant Antoine Hughes of the NJIT Public Safety Department for a 2015 incident in which he demonstrated his bravery, dedication to duty and steadfast commitment to public safety. >>
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office has charged two men in the slaying of Joseph Micalizzi, an NJIT junior from Freehold who was shot in the course of a burglary early Monday at the Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) house at 317 MLK Blvd. Both men, an 18-year-old from Irvington and a 22-year-old from Newark, are in custody. >>
Law enforcement officials from the city of Newark, NJIT and Rutgers University – Newark are working closely together to bolster security in the University Heights neighborhood, including expanding joint policing operations, they announced May 4 in the wake of the shooting death of NJIT student Joseph Micalizzi. May 6, two men were arrested and charged with the slaying. >>
The NJIT Department of Public Safety has made two important promotions: Joseph Marswillo was promoted to chief and Charles Tighe to deputy chief. Both are long-term NJIT employees who have advanced through the ranks of the department. >>
NJIT Senior Vice President of Research and Development Donald H. Sebastian believes NJIT will play a larger role in the upcoming White House discussions on curbing gun violence.  Sebastian expects NJIT to be called upon as technology experts to move along  the development of innovative gun safety technology.   >>
NJIT's Department of Public Safety, the Campus Center, Inter Fraternity Sorority Council and Spectrum will be sponsoring a presentation "Cyber-Bullying in a College Environment" on Jan. 26 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom A.  >>