Rutgers School of Engineering junior David Patrzeba has had quite a busy schedule during his three years on campus. Pursuing a double major in electrical and computer engineering and computer science as well as a minor in economics, David has maintained a 4.0 GPA while taking an average of 20 credits a semester. He is the vice president of the Rutgers student branch of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and president of its honor society, Eta Kappa Nu. Every day after his classes end, he makes an hour long trip back home to his wife and daughter* in Toms River.
June 3, 2014
June 2, 2014
Rutgers Engineering Researchers Explore the Security and Memorability of Free-form Gestures as Passwords As more people use smart phones or tablets to pay bills, make purchases, store personal information and even control access to their houses, the need for robust password security has become more critical than ever.
May 28, 2014
“What I did at Rutgers really played a big role in where I’ve ended up in my career!” – Reates Curry, Ph.D. (Biomedical Engineering) Reates Curry is a Technical Expert and Human Factors Specialist at Ford Motor Company. You earned your B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri and your M.S. from Purdue University. Why did you choose SoE for your Ph.D.?
May 22, 2014
Assistant Professor Waheed Bajwa has been selected to participate in the Army Research Office (ARO) Young Investigator Program (YIP). The objectives of YIP are to attract outstanding young university faculty members to Army research, and to support and encourage their teaching and research careers. The YIP award will support Bajwa's research on information processing and fusion in the development of a novel, data-adaptive union-of-subspaces approach to processing imaging data.
May 22, 2014
May 21, 2014
On the breezy afternoon of May 18, 2014, Rutgers School of Engineering Class of 2014 gathered at the High Point Solutions Stadium to celebrate their four years of friendship and hard work.
May 14, 2014
The School of Engineering’s Shantenu Jha and Stephen D. Tse were among a select group of Rutgers University faculty members recognized for their contributions and achievements as educators during the university’s annual faculty awards reception in May.
May 12, 2014
Charles Ta-Peng Chang GSNB’75 was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor over the weekend in recognition of his contributions to diversity and community. Awards were presented to 100 honorees by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (NECO) at a gala event in the Great Hall on Ellis Island.
May 7, 2014
Carolyn Andia’s success has hinged on never letting anyone tell her she couldn’t make it. Initially denied admission to Rutgers School of Engineering, Andia developed an academic plan to continue to pursue a spot in the program. She’ll graduate from the School of Engineering this month. When things don’t go Andia’s way, she repeatedly finds a way to obtain her goals. It’s a skill she developed long before she started college.
May 7, 2014
The Engineering Governing Council’s “Best Teacher” awards for 2013-2014 were presented to School of Engineering faculty members during the organization’s annual Leadership Conference on Sunday, April 27. The entire student body is eligible to take part in the survey that the EGC conducts to determine those professors who go above and beyond in their teaching and commitment to students. Those professors recognized by the EGC for their inspiration and effective teaching include: Mark Pierce Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering