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NJIT is a university moving steadily toward the upper tier of national universities. Princeton Review's Best 361 Colleges praises NJIT for great computer facilities, a safe campus, a diverse student body, and small classes. It also calls NJIT "a leader in the field of technology in the tri-state area" and "an intense academic university that allows students to be prepared for the working world." It specifically notes improved university facilities and athletics.The latest US News and World Report rankings show NJIT has a great deal with which to be proud. New Jersey Institute of Technology is now ranked 125th among national research universities. Only once has NJIT achieved a higher relative rank score and never has the university had a better graduation rate or a more competitive incoming class.According to US News and World Report, NJIT made very significant progress, improving our overall ranking among national research universities from 130 last year to 125 for the current year.    * The graduation rate improved to 55% from 46%;    * The top 25% SAT scores among new students rose to 1260 from 1230;    * Our level of selectivity increased; only 58% of applicants were admitted compared to 65% last year;    * Relative financial resources now place the university among the top 87 schools where we were previously 109th;    * The alumni giving percentage ranks among the top 60 schools in the country    * Relative faculty resources now place NJIT 43rd in the nation.    * The peer assessment ranking recovered most of the loss associated with “merger” rumors and negative publicity from two years ago.The university is continuing to work toward the NJIT Strategic Plan to achieve national prominence. Although the US News Top Tier now includes only 124 schools, rather than the 129 it did last year, it remains the top ranked tier three school. As NJIT continues to move forward, the university intends to firmly establish itself among the nation's top research universities, by any measure. >>
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An engineer, a student and a technician from NJIT who helped middle and high school students from Newark compete in New Jersey FIRST competitions will discuss their experiences with a delegation of Senegalese educators on Sept. 19 at 2 p.m., West Side High School, Newark. NJIT President Robert A. Altenkirch, engineer Levelle Burr-Alexander, project manager for instruction at NJIT's Center for Pre-College Programs, and Frank Johansson, a technician at NJIT, will attend. >>

KUDOS - August 2005

August 01, 2005
Papageorgiou Elected Fellow of Mathematics Institute Demetrios Papageorgiou, director of graduate programs in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, has been elected a fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. He has also been awarded the Chartered Mathematician designation by the Institute. Goodman Receives NSF Grant Roy Goodman, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, will use an $85,000 NSF grant to advance investigation of mathematical methods for nonlinear wave applications. Schachter Inducted Into Pi Alpha Alpha Hindy Lauer Schachter, professor of management, has been inducted as an honorary member of Pi Alpha Alpha, the national honor society for public affairs and administration that recognizes outstanding scholarship and accomplishment in these fields. Mathematical Sciences Professor Receives NSF Grant Richard Moore, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, has received an NSF grant of nearly $100,000 for research involving spectroscopic applications that include the detection of environmentally harmful agents or chemical weapons, and for military countermeasures such as the jamming of infrared-based missile guidance systems. Shih To Guest Edit International Journal of Wireless Communications Frank Shih, professor of computer science, will be the guest editor of a special issue of the International Journal of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing dedicated to mobile Internet Protocol (IP) technology. >>
The advanced networking capabilities of Internet2 and the ways it is being used by higher-education institutions across the U.S. was showcased at NJIT's Internet2 Day on April 22, 2005. The all-day event featured a panel discussion, demonstrations and presentations by NJIT faculty and staff. Frank Aversa (at left), network control and security manager, demonstrated Internet2's video conferencing capabilities. "Internet2 is a major evolution in the way people communicate, collaborate and exchange information, said David Ullman, associate provost and chief information officer. "It will have profound effects on teaching, learning, and research." >>