Past Stories

April 27, 2012
Luz Angela Zidziunas is the top-ranked student in the senior class, with a perfect 4.0 GPA. But what’s more impressive about her is this: she’s also a mother of three children who,... read more!
December 19, 2011
After he finished high school in Argentina, Diego De Veyga's family moved to America and settled in Teaneck, N.J. He enrolled in Bergen Community College, where he majored in Engineering Science.... read more!
December 7, 2011
In just 10 years since its establishment, the Department of Biomedical Engineering has developed as one of the university’s strongest departments with research programs that are nationally... read more!
November 23, 2011
When he graduated in 2008 as NCE's top engineering student, Owen Fitzgerald had  great job offers from major companies. But he turned them down. Instead, he traveled half way around the... read more!
November 18, 2011
Whenever one of his McNair students gets a Ph.D., Professor Angelo Perna, a good-hearted and gregarious professor who has taught at NJIT for 45 years, smiles with delight.Perna devotes himself... read more!
November 11, 2011
Be passionate. Create products. Solve problems. Don’t make crap. Don’t make a flatulent app and above all, get excited and make things.These words of advice were uttered by Matt... read more!
November 7, 2011
NJIT students are so in tune with new technologies that major companies sometimes hire them before they graduate.That’s just what happened to Matt Bischoff, an NJIT junior who received an... read more!
November 2, 2011
NJIT’s NJ Center for Engineered Particulates has developed into an important resource for researchers and industries in the rapidly expanding areas of nanoparticles and nanocomposites.The... read more!
October 28, 2011
Enhancing Bridge SafetyShu Yi Tham's research will improve the safety of bridges.  Shu, a master's student majoring in civil and environmental engineering, developed a model to evaluate... read more!
October 24, 2011
The percentage of women studying engineering in colleges is low -- just 19 percent. But at the Albert Dorman Honors College, the number of women studying science, technology, engineering and math... read more!