NJIT Named a Top University Dedicated to STEM Diversity
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 by Julie Jacobs
A readers’ survey conducted by Diversity in Action magazine ranks New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) as one of the country’s “Top Institutions of Higher Learning Dedicated to STEM Diversity.” NJIT is a top vote-earner among the 60 institutions of higher learning nominated by the publication’s readership.
Women’s Soccer Announces 2017 Spring Schedule
Monday, March 6, 2017 by
The NJIT women's soccer team announced its schedule of 2017 spring matches, with the Highlanders set to play a total of four matches throughout the months of March and April head coach Ally Nick announced. The first spring contest will be Friday, March 31, when the Highlanders visit Columbia. The Lions finished the 2016 season with a 7-6-4 overall mark, 4-2-1 in the Ivy League.
Highlanders Place Second at MACFA Championships; Capture First On Foil and Saber Strip
Monday, March 6, 2017 by
NJIT men's fencers Simon Rizell and Thomas Slawinski placed first in their respective weapons and the Highlanders placed second at the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association (MACFA) championships held at Johns Hopkins on Sunday. The Highlanders placed second behind Johns Hopkins, 300-257, and Haverford followed up in third with 250 points. NJIT won second place in every team event -- epee, saber and foil. Assistant coach Jason Henderson won the 2017 MACFA Coach of the Year award and is the first assistant coach to win the honor.
Scholarship Alert: NJIT Covers Full Tuition to Educate Next Generation of Cybersecurity Leaders
Monday, March 6, 2017 by Shydale James
Thanks to a $4 million grant awarded in 2015 to NJIT’s Ying Wu College of Computing by the National Science Foundation, NJIT is offering full-ride scholarships to the next generation of cybersecurity leaders. The application deadline for the fall 2017 semester is March 15.
NJIT’s Biomedical Engineering Program Ranked #1 Best Value in New Jersey
Friday, March 3, 2017 by
NJIT offered the best value biomedical engineering program in 2016 for undergrads in New Jersey according to BestValueSchools.com. This program is also ranked eighth nationally. NJIT's biomedical engineering program is part of the Newark College of Engineering (NCE), the oldest and largest professional engineering school in the United States.
Event to Focus on the Workforce Needs of New Jersey Manufacturers
Thursday, March 2, 2017 by
Hosted by ManufactureNJ - New Jersey’s Advanced Manufacturing Talent Network (M-NJ) North Jersey manufacturers are encouraged to attend the upcoming third Region Targeted Industry Partnership (TIP) meeting 3 – 5 p.m., Thursday, March 9, at Sandvick Coromant Company in Fair Lawn, N.J.
Creating Infrastructure That Will Last Into the Next Century
Thursday, March 2, 2017 by Tracey Regan
Infrastructure engineers face two monumental challenges in the 21st century: how to assess the structural health of thousands of roads, bridges and tunnels that may not have been inspected in decades, and how to repair and rebuild them to last in a dramatically changing world. Civil engineers Matthew Adams and Matthew Bandelt have joined forces to attack both problems with a one-two punch.
Associate Professor Neil Maher Connects Apollo and Aquarius
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 by Dean Maskevich
The first human footsteps on the moon and the legendary Woodstock music festival both happened in the summer of 1969 – they were two very different era-defining events that would seem to have no cultural or social links in common.
Spring 2017 Career Fair Draws Unprecedented Number of Jobseekers
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 by Julie Jacobs
“Wonderful program!” “Very impressed with the organization and turnout.” “This year was great … candidates were well prepared.” Such was the exit-poll feedback given by recruiters at Career Development Services’ (CDS) Spring 2017 Career Fair, held Feb. 22 in the Fleisher Athletic and Naimoli Tennis Centers. The event hosted more than 340 representatives from 200 organizations, as well as a record-breaking 2,490 jobseekers — many milling about outside on a balmy winter Wednesday in professional attire with resumes and portfolios in hand.