Deepesh Dhingra '08 '10: A Bright Mind at the Museum
Monday, November 20, 2017
“It’s so much fun!” exclaimed Deepesh Dhingra ’08 ’10 about his job as senior exhibition leader at Liberty Science Center. “You’re constantly coming up with new ideas and that’s the best part about it.”
Rebuilding Spinal Cords with an Engineer's Toolkit
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Like an earthquake that ruptures a road, traumatic spinal cord injuries render the body’s neural highway impassable. To date, there are neither workable repairs nor detours that will restore signal flow between the brain and limbs, reversing...
Among Those Serving the Nation
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Many men and women who have studied at NJIT have also served in the U.S. armed forces. Among those currently working toward a degree and serving in uniform is First Lieutenant (1LT) Nathi Kijpatanasilp,12A general engineer officer, 854th Engineer...
National Scholarship Month: Recognizing Student Achievement at NJIT
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
The number of both applicants and recipients has grown, and the opportunities have become increasingly impressive.
An NJIT Engineering Team Wins an Edison Patent Award for Technology to Repair Damaged Spinal Cords
Thursday, November 2, 2017
A trio of NJIT-affiliated biomedical engineers will be honored tonight at the 2017 Edison Patent Awards Ceremony for groundbreaking...
For Veteran Friendliness, NJIT Ranks High
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
College Factual, the “leading source of data analytics and insights on college outcomes,” ranks NJIT in the top 9 percent of colleges and...
Five Years after Sandy Quenched Lights, Zohaeb Atiq '18 Helps Cities Brace for the Next Megastorm
Friday, October 27, 2017
Zohaeb Atiq ’18 was a high school junior when Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the region, “affecting the lives of pretty much everyone I knew.” His mother was out of the country, urgently trying to call; his father was taking care of the family...
Freshman Brothers Are Two of a Kind
Thursday, October 26, 2017
They may be fraternal twins genetically, but David and Julio Marcano look exactly alike and are similar in many other ways: as stellar athletes on the baseball diamond, fledgling mechanical engineering majors at NJIT and new scholars in the...
Mastering the Art of Engineering (With Cardboard and String)
Thursday, October 19, 2017
In a first on campus, NJIT’s Center for Pre-College Programs joined forces this month with Newark College of Engineering (NCE) to sponsor a workshop for New Jersey school teachers eager to introduce their students to hands-on engineering projects...