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2006
 NJIT civil engineering professors John Schuring and Walter Konon are available to discuss the structural safety of the New York City building hit yesterday by a small aircraft. >>
Robert Jenny, founder and chief executive officer of Jenny Engineering Corp., a civil engineering firm that pioneered the use of innovative tunneling techniques in America, was recently appointed to the NJIT Board of Overseers. >>
Judges at New Jersey's annual bridge building competition bestowed this past weekend first place upon a civil engineering team from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). Ten students from NJIT now head next month to compete  Memorial Day weekend at the University of Utah. >>
The NJIT community mourns the loss of Herbert M. Iris, '51, a major benefactor to the athletics program at NJIT and the national chair of the Highlanders Athletics Campaign. Iris served in the Navy after graduating from high school and received a BS degree in civil engineering from the Newark College of Engineering in 1951. He started Iris Construction Co. in 1959, building industrial and office complexes across northern New Jersey. >>