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The first Friday afternoon of autumn 2016 brings an exciting concert to campus — acclaimed pianist Sophia Agranovich will be joined by her exceptional student, Mohamed Boubendir. David Dubal, internationally known pianist, author, broadcaster and painter will introduce their musical selections. >>
The Newark International Film Festival will be held September 9-11 at venues and campuses across the city, including NJIT. Students, faculty and staff can enjoy free admission to the films that will presented by registering for the festival online at Newarkiff.com and choosing the Broad Street Student Pass. ID must be shown at the door. Students can upgrade to a VIP pass for $25 by using the code SchoolFilmV. >>
Since 2004, NJIT has celebrated student leaders with the Highlander Student Achievement Awards. The annual event recognizes student leaders and organizations for their talent and work to enhance the NJIT student experience. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for a three-year project titled “Engineering New Materials Based on Topological Phonon Edge Modes.” This project, a partnership with Yeshiva University, will seek to elucidate the fundamental dynamics of cell division and other functions of living cells, as well as lay the groundwork for the fabrication of a new class of metamaterials with novel physical properties and functionalities. >>
Twenty-two NJIT students have won first place in a student journalism contest on the environment. A cash prize was awarded for the winning entries, which were included in a collaborative investigative reporting project on the local effects of New Jersey's toxic environmental legacy and published on brickcitylive.com, a Newark website. Twenty-two NJIT students have won first place in a student journalism contest on the environment. >>