Grigoriy "Grisha" Shekhtman has been awarded a grant to research the relationship between social media and alcohol abuse.
Kurt Rotthoff is a 2018 recipient of the Bright Ideas Award for his recently published research.
Dr. Kristen Koehler, Paige Anderson and Jade Latson discussed experiential learning during the NJCA's 22nd Annual Conference.
Best-selling authors will talk about producing high-quality nonfiction work in upcoming sports media discussion on 12/6.
M.B.A. Student Alissa Lopez won first place in the NJIT New Business Model Competition.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, CommArts' Kenneth Hoffman presented a photo-essay of photographs from the Vietnam War.
Co-captain of the nationally recognized Brownson Speech and Debate Team, Jocelyn Rogalo talks about performance speaking.
Students work with Dr. Jim Daly on gathering, analyzing, and displaying data on the Ukranian Diaspora in NJ
Your Christmas won't be as merry if you're targeted by a phishing attack. Protect your holiday cheer by watching out for these scams.
Previous Professional-in-Residence and alumnus Bryan Meszaros '00 led an exclusive workshop for faculty-chosen ADIM students.
Jenna Mason, M.S.N. '15, was honored with a March of Dimes Rising Star Award for her impressive array of leadership efforts.
Professor Robert Kelchen received a $204k grant to study how performance-based funding in higher education impacts youth outcomes.
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Marta Suazo has received the Sol J. Barer Scholarship in Life Sciences from Celgene, a global biopharmaceutical company.
Criminal Justice Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari's award-winning documentary, Why They Kill, was broadcast on Fox TV, Alaska.
EOP has given thousands of students the chance to thrive at the University as students and leaders.
Students face off in 'Shark Tank' style competition sponsored by Stillman School and its Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Supply Chain Club earns gold-level award for going above and beyond and outstanding performance with its 2017-18 activities.
Articles on the poll results appeared on Yahoo's websites in the U.S, Canada, the U.K., Australia and India as well as ESPN and Forbes.
Author and award-winning historian Danielle McGuire to speak at March 29 conference. Call for submissions now open.