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2016 - 4 stories
“We gather here today to honor the service of all American veterans. Their contributions can never be overstated or underlooked,” said Charles J. Fey, vice president for Academic Support and Student Affairs, during his opening remarks at NJIT's Veterans Day ceremony. “We owe them a debt of gratitude.” >>
For the third consecutive year, NJIT has earned the 2017 MilitaryFriendly® Schools designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM JobsSM and Military Spouse. >>
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Veterans are returning to civilian life as accomplished welders, logistics managers, drivers, communications specialists and more. And they often are looking for employment. >>
“I don't like the way Memorial Day is celebrated,” said NJIT graduate student Omar Gomez, who served in the Army for five years and in Afghanistan for 15 months. “It's too serious, too gray. My friend Donald T. Tabb who was killed was a funny guy—I want him to stand tall with his jokes. Nobody died so you could be boring.” >>