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NJIT women faculty, staff and administrators raised more than $1,000 for three women's scholarships at the university's annual Women's Networking Luncheon earlier this week. The luncheon was co-hosted by the Murray Center for Women in Technology, the ACE-Network and the Committee on Women's Issues. The newest of the three endowed scholarships is named in honor of the late Anne Wiley (at left), the Murray Center's longtime director. Anyone (male or female) interested in supporting NJIT's women's scholarships should contact Murray Center Director Nancy Steffen-Fluhr at steffen@njit.edu. >>
The NJIT women's basketball team set a school record for points in a game in its 98-72 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over visiting Goldey-Beacom College last night at the Fleisher Athletic Center. >>
The NJIT women's basketball team earned a 65-55 victory over host Felician College last night in the CACC opener for both schools. Sophomore Kelly Crowe (at left) led all scorers with 23 points for NJIT. >>
The NJIT women's tennis team has been ranked No. 9 in the Division II Northeast Region by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association following the fall season--the first such recognition for NJIT during their eight years as a member of Division II. >>
Angie Casado, a freshman outside hitter, was named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Volleyball Newcomer of the Year earlier this week. A First-Team All-CACC selection, Casado is the first all-conference women's volleyball player at NJIT since 1995. >>
The NJIT women's soccer team ended their last game of the season with a 4-1 non-conference victory over visiting Purchase College on Sunday afternoon at Lubetkin Field. >>
The NJIT women's tennis team concluded its fall season with a 4-1 record following a 9-0 home victory over Georgian Court University last week >>
The NJIT women's volleyball team earned a 3-2 victory over host Bloomfield College on Tuesday night. >>
Angie Casado, a freshman outside hitter for NJIT, has been named Sports Imports/American Volleyball Coaches Association Division II National Player of the Week. Casado, the first player in program history to win the award, paced NJIT (3-3) to a 3-0 week. >>
The NJIT women's volleyball team defeated host Felician College, 3-0 (30-8 30-18 30-20) in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference action last night. It was the first victory in the collegiate career of NJIT head coach Pavlina Klimova.  >>
A 24th-minute goal by NJIT freshman Erika Taugher lifted the Highlanders women's soccer team to a 1-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over visiting Bloomfield College yesterday afternoon at Lubetkin Field. The win marked the first collegiate victory for NJIT head coach Alyssa Radu. >>
While some teenagers fritter away their summers bathing in the sunlight, frolicking in the pool or repairing to the local mall, a group 20 teenage girls are ensconced in labs at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), devoting their summer to designing circuit boards, building robots and analyzing micro-bugs. >>
Women often think that they are working themselves to death and still not getting the rewards and advancement they deserve.  However, according to economist Linda Babcock, PhD, of Carnegie Mellon University and free-lance writer Sara Laschever, there is a better way. >>
Follow your heart, physicist Cherry Murray, advised female students and others during a lecture yesterday at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).  “Follow what you like doing and if you do it well, you'll get a job,” the tall, slim physicist told an assemblage of 150 people. >>