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The first Technology and Society Forum of 2017 will focus on a major threat to public health and the ecosystem — contamination in various bodies of water in New Jersey and elsewhere in the nation.  >>
Angie Feliz ’13 is driven to succeed. She taught herself English as a teenager newly relocated from the Dominican Republic to Newark, held down two jobs while going to community college,... >>
“You are an impressive learning group, which includes more than 1,100 first-year students of exceptional talent,” said NJIT President Joel. S. Bloom, while welcoming the newest batch... >>
Record AttendanceHighlanders—suited and booted with resumes and CVs in hand—turned out in record numbers Sept. 28 to network with employers at NJIT’s 2016 Fall Career Fair.With... >>
Street flooding caused by storms is much more than an inconvenience of urban life — it disrupts economic activity and hinders vital services provided by first responders. By stressing the capacity of sewers and water-treatment plants, flooding can also increase microbial threats to health. >>
There is no set path that ideas follow from insight to invention to innovation. They can simmer for years or strike like a bolt of lightning. For Matthew Reda ’19, inspiration fell from the... >>
NJIT has been selected by readers of Diversity in Action: Advancing STEM Professionals and Students as the top 2016 "Dedicated to STEM Diversity" recipient in the higher education category. In addition, Janice Daniel, associate professor in the department of civil and environmental engineering, has been recognized by readers as an advocate for diverse STEM professionals and students. >>
Batches of sand from a beach on the Delaware Bay are yielding insights into the powerful impact of temperature rise and evaporation along the shore that are in turn challenging long-held... >>
Michel Boufadel, Ph.D., is professor of civil engineering and director of director of NJIT's Center for Natural Resources Development and Protection. He was a member of the National Science Foundation's Rapid Response Team of researchers studying the effects of Hurricane Sandy on New Jersey's Raritan Bay. >>
The work that Col. Heather McGee does is vital to America’s national security.Col. McGee is the chief of the Cyberspace Strategy and Policy Division for the United States Air Force. In that... >>