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New Jersey Institute of Technology's (NJIT) annual fall festival, known as NJIT Day, will feature student engineering contests, an electronic game exhibition, a battle of the bands, a barbecue, men's and women's soccer games, athletic games, a kid's zone, a chili cook-off, an art exhibit on Newark's former Pabst Brewery, a dinner show with mentalist Robert Channing and other events.   >>
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Computer software to better monitor emergencies and disasters, plus tips on using computer languages like JAVA, will be the focus of two mid-day lectures on Sept. 26 at NJIT. The public is invited to both events. Penn State University's John Carroll, PhD, the Edward Frymoyer Chair Professor of Information Sciences and Technology, will speak from 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m., Room 3720, Guttenberg Information Technologies Center. Mary Beth Rosson, PhD, professor of information sciences and technology, Penn State University, will speak at 1 p.m. >>
Get a rare glimpse into the workplace issues faced by technical communicators and meet professors from NJIT's Master of Science in Professional and Technical Communications (MSPTC) program at Tech.Comm.Day on Sept. 17, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in GITC Room 3730. Hosted by the MSPTC program and the NJIT chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC), this career-building event will offer opportunities to hear from and meet technical communication professors; a session about usability and the user experience; and more. Lunch will be served and is free of charge. RSVP to George Francy at gpf2@njit.edu. >>
Twenty-seven high schools from across the state will visit NJIT on March 14, 2005 to participate in the Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) competition, a one-day exam that tests teams of four to eight students on math, chemistry, physics, biology, and computer applications. >>
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