Albert Dorman Honors College at NJIT Announces Freshmen Class


NEWARK, August 9- The following students have been accepted into New Jersey Institute of Technology's (NJIT) Albert Dorman Honors College. They will enter the college as freshmen in September.

Honors students are offered special honors classes and seminars taught by distinguished professors. All honors students also receive merit-based scholarships. The college, founded in 1985, now has 525 students.

Editor's Note: Here is a list of the incoming honors college students, along with their hometowns (unless given, the state is N.J.)

Pabon, Diego Alexandria, VA Zaloga, Daniel L. Allamuchy Grabowski, Henry C; Jakubik, Eric Bayonne Menegus, Jason W. Belvidere Ima-Edomwonyi, Ehimwenma P. Benin City, Ali, Mohammed, Bogota Stelling, Bradley R. Boonton Pekarchik, David W. Brick Lombardy, Michael A Bridgewater Smith, Hannibal D. Brooklyn, NY Sytnik, Mathew S; Williams, Natalie C Browns Mills Rudenko, Yuriy A Cherry Hill Beloni, Ervin; Lynch, James T Clifton Koehler, Brett M Dover Mistry, Rahul Umed Dubai, Bupathi, Manoj; Gulrajani, Anisha R; Roux, David East Brunswick Magnifico, Thomas Anthony East Rutherford Malik, Farhan A; Marcelino, Ryan Edison Leichtnam, Elizabeth Marie Egg Harbor Cavileer, Benjamin E., III Egg Harbor City Lam, Lisze R. Egg Harbor Township Bonavitacola, Frank Anthony; Francisco, Gian C. Elizabeth Pereira, Joel P; Pereira, Prasheel L Elmwood Park Nolasco, Dean Mark C; Press, Robert M Fair Lawn Patel, Kunj G. Fairmont, WV Mirkovic, Michael A. Fairview Szabunia, Karen A Fords Hart, Liam P. Freehold Barzaga, Bryan Hackensack Adawi, Nabil A Haledon Hines, Adam J; Snyder, Jason M Hamilton Diaz, Manuel E. Harrington Park Butler, John J; Misiunas, Jillian A. Hasbrouck Heights Franz, Derek J. Hazlet Sangari, Rashmeet K Howell Maranski, Louis A. Iselin Carey, John E; Koonts, Jason W; Robinson, Patrick J; Tramontano, Michael V Jackson

Intatano, Liezl A Jamaica, NY Bondoc, Jonathan R; Candalla, Patrick O; Chaudry, Samia; Shahzad Reehan; Udenta, Uzoamaka O Jersey City Steen, Gary Kearny Stanley, Keith C. Kendall Park Vibulbhan, Suban Kenilworth Ponzi, Antonio M; Vitelli, Edward J. Lake Hiawatha Hahn, Jonathan J Leonia Corrado, Matthew L Little Ferry Reza, Jabeen Zehra Livingston Riccobono, Thomas R Lodi Maiman, Jared E. Manalapan Andreani, Alan A; Soriano, Bobby G Matawan Marchetto, Peter Michael Maywood Gooden, John-Michael Montclair Cafferty, Keith Neptune Shah, Payal Saurin New Brunswick Mohla, Gautam New Delhi, Farrell, Matthew B. New Hope, PA Sanjai, Deepti Newark Banom, Steven, III North Arlington DiCioccio, Jared; Nunez, Gabriel North Bergen Bruins, Jeffrey J North Haledon Turnbull, Breanna Ontario, Xie, Yujing Paramus Hunt, James T Park Ridge Boardman, Alexander Clarke Parkton Pacheco, Eric; Trivedi, Ronak N Passaic Lami, Brian C Pine Brook Mitchell, Kwesi; Angeles, Carolyn M; Mendonez, Peter B., Jr.; Piscataway Oliver, Peter John Pitman Gamboa, Brennard A; Green, Danielle Plainfield Shukla, Jay Plainsboro Avlon, Robert K. Ridgefield Ranky, Richard G Ridgewood Facente, Justin P. River Vale Saposnik, David A Rockaway Schooling, Jason P. Roselle Lim, Julia L. Rutherford Kmieciak, Janusz M South Amboy Caddell, Glyn J; Como, Brian Staten Island Iacono, Vincent A., Jr. Staten Island, NY Ledger, Thomas Staten Island, NY Holczer, Konrad C; Lakhman, David G. Sussex Pine, James J Tabernacle Nagaraj, Sheela; Valones, Dennis M. Teaneck Papa, Salvatore; Reduble, Tricia A Toms River Cannon, Sheri M; Cramer, James M; Vieira, Jason J Union Caballero, Veronica F Union City Vicary, Keith E Wappingers Falls, NY Wang, Sinclair M. Warren Cramer, Joseph P. Washington Twp Barsbay, Tambe; Jaskot, Jeffrey T; Rose, Steven M Wayne Mahoney, Scott M. Wayside Stone, Rivka C West Orange Rosso, Charles A., Jr. West Trenton Carlson, Nicholas J. Westwood Miller, Roy D Wilmington, DE Hartanowicz, John Paul Yardley, PA.


 
 

NJIT is a public, scientific and technological research university enrolling more than 8,800 students. The university offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to students in 80 degree programs throughout its six colleges: Newark College of Engineering, New Jersey School of Architecture, College of Science and Liberal Arts, School of Management, Albert Dorman Honors College and College of Computing Sciences. The division of continuing professional education offers adults eLearning, off campus degrees and short courses. Expertise and research initiatives include architecture and building science, applied mathematics, biomedical engineering, environmental engineering and science, information technology, manufacturing, materials, microelectronics, multimedia, telecommunications, transportation and solar astrophysics. Yahoo! Internet Life magazine cites NJIT as a "perennially most wired" university.

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