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November 2012

November 16, 2012
If you are in need of academic support, contact Dean Fred Bernath in the Office of Academic Programs (bernath@rci.rutgers.edu or 848-445-2212). For other support needs, see the university's Sandy Refief page.
November 16, 2012
Charles A. Clerecuzio, a doctoral candidate in Chemical Engineering at Rutgers and president of Solutions4CO2, an international bioenergy company, has been named the 2013 Engineer of the Year by the Engineering Joint Societies Council for Delaware Valley.This prestigious award recognizes an engineer of stature and visibility who manifests the value of an engineering degree and has demonstrated a career of achievement and leadership, exemplifies contributions of the highest professional order, and will represent the profession well and proudly acclaim its virtues.
November 16, 2012
The New Jersey Beta Chapter of the national engineering honor society, Tau Beta Pi, at Rutgers University recently received the 2012 District 2 chapter program award in recognition of creating an honors engineering council inclusive of all engineering honors societies.   Tau Beta Pi annually awards state districts $1,000 to recognize two chapters for successful and worthy projects that promote leadership and membership.
November 8, 2012
A little about Kshitij: "These past couple of semesters has been witness to my active involvement in various aspects of Rutgers Engineering. I try to give back to my society as much as I can by being involved with various projects and helping others with their classes. A fruit of my labor confronted me when I was asked to represent my department during ABET accreditation in October. Also, I recently won ASME Foundation Scholarship, a global scholarship from American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
November 8, 2012
The Johnson & Johnson Panel has selected the four finalist student organizations in the BE VITAL CHALLENGE based upon three criteria: best apparent return on investment (40%), best out-of-the-box solution (40%), and greatest human impact (20%).    
November 5, 2012
Oluwatoyosi Ipaye, a first-year student in Rutgers School of Engineering, is the university’s first participant in a pioneering program designed to engage the next generation of women engineers and scientists, specifically women from nations with a Muslim-majority population. The U.S. State Department, the New York Academy of Sciences and 38 universities nationwide are partnering in the project, dubbed the NeXXt Scholars Initiative. It is designed to counter a shortage of women in the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering and math.

October 2012

October 25, 2012
The School of Engineering has been named one of 20 Campus Watch sites for The Atlantic's Big Science Summit bringing together thought leaders and an engaged audience to address America’s investment in the sciences and the future of global innovation.  Students and faculty are invited to participate in the Summit from a remote location on the Busch campus and participate in the conversation via Twitter.   
October 24, 2012
In the world of engineering, there are few experiences as relevant or life-shaping as internships that take undergraduates outside of the classroom to work directly on real-world problems alongside industry mentors.   So with the goal of expanding such opportunities, the School of Engineering has launched a new scholarship program that encourages students to excel academically by compensating hard work and solid GPAs with enhanced access to both internships and industry mentors—in sectors ranging from energy to aerospace to financial services to health care.
October 23, 2012
We are pleased to report a series of exciting research developments that have yielded $56 million in research expenditures for the School of Engineering and the Computer Science Department. Rutgers’ longstanding expertise in ceramic engineering is being tapped by the military to develop body armor that better shields soldiers from modern-day battlefield threats – most notably from IEDs (improvised explosive devices).  The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is part of a Johns Hopkins University-led research consortium that the U. S.
October 22, 2012
Honor Acknowledges a Lifetime of Professional Achievement. Dr. Yogesh Jaluria, Board of Governors Professor in the Rutgers School of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, will receive an Honorary Membership from ASME.    

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