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Students in New Jersey will soon be able to earn two degrees – one in physics and one in engineering – in just five years, thanks to a new collaboration between New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and New Jersey City University (NJCU). >>
Students will have the opportunity to pursue dual degrees in physics and electrical engineering as the result of an agreement signed today by NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch and New Jersey City University (NJCU) President Carlos Hernandez (at left).  NJIT will award the B.S. degree in electrical engineering at the end of the fifth year of study and NJCU will award the B.S. degree in physics after the fourth year of study. >>
Robert A. Altenkirch, PhD, president of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), was named Chairman of the Board of Trustees for University Heights Science Park. The Board of Trustees, which has 32 members, is responsible for overseeing and guiding the development of the Science Park, a 50-acre mixed-use park in Newark's Central Ward. >>
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NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch was named Chairman of the Board of Trustees for University Heights Science Park. The Board of Trustees is responsible for overseeing and guiding the development of the 50-acre mixed-use park in Newark's Central Ward. >>
A highlight of the first annual NJIT Day festivities on Oct. 23 was the rededication of the Lubetkin Soccer Field. In his remarks, NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch said that the upgrade of the field was important not only for intercollegiate athletics, but for the use and enjoyment of all students, faculty and staff through intramurals and recreational activities. “Many of the young women and men who compete in intercollegiate athletics for NJIT will remember the experience vividly for the rest of their lives,” said Altenkirch. “It is important that we provide a quality experience for them, and, in turn, build the pride and alumni support that raises the currency of the NJIT degree even further.” Remarks at the Dedication of the Campus Center and the East Building, Oct. 23, 2004 >>

Breakfast of Champions

August 30, 2004
Students kicked off the first day of the academic year with a free pancake breakfast served by faculty and staff volunteers on the Campus Green this morning. NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch was on hand to welcome students at the third annual Pancakes With the President event. >>
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.  >>
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NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch will lead a group of faculty and staff volunteers to serve up free pancakes to students at the university's third annual Pancake Breakfast on August 30, 2004, 7:30-10:30 a.m. on the Campus Green. The third annual event will officially kick off the first day of classes at NJIT >>

Congratulations!

August 16, 2004
NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch welcomed a new addition to his family on July 29, 2004, when his first grandchild entered the world.  "Beth and I are pleased to announce the birth of our first grandchild, Jackson Luke Moroney, NJIT class of 2027, who was born July 29th in Washington, DC, to Allison and Brian Moroney," says Altenkirch.  "While his father is teaching him all about Yankee baseball, we remain convinced that his first words will likely be, 'Go Highlanders!'” >>
Robert A. Altenkirch, president of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), has been appointed by Newark Mayor Sharpe James to a commission to study the city's downtown redevelopment plan.  The plan includes a proposal to construct a $300 million arena for the Devils, the prominent New Jersey professional hockey team. The panel will be comprised of a dozen business, education and political leaders throughout the city. >>
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