- We ask that faculty nominate their best student researchers to participate in the event. Please keep in mind that we are looking for experienced presenters only; the guideline is that the student must have previously presented the material to a professional audience.
- Nominators and nominees should be aware that display of a poster may be considered a public disclosure of an invention. Please contact the NJIT Office of Technology Development (Paul Matri, Esq., Manager of Patent Prosecution at email@example.com) to discuss patentability issues. Public disclosure of an invention may have a negative impact on the ability to obtain patent coverage.
Faculty members need to please provide (to the extent possible) the following information for their nominees:
- Year (e.g., freshman / senior / master’s / doctoral)
- Title of work
- Short description of work (one or two sentences only)
- Where and to whom the work has been presented
- Awards received for past presentations (if applicable)
- Funding source for work (if applicable)
All nominees will be reviewed by a screening committee.
- Please forward all nominations to Isabel Bracero in the Provost’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The goal of the event is to raise the awareness among constituents (prospective employers and funders) and among our students (prospective researchers) of the quality research that takes place at NJIT.