Anand D. Sarwate, a professor in the School of Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a Board of Trustees Research Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence. The prestigious award recognizes Sarwate’s achievements as one of the university’s most outstanding young faculty members.
June 9, 2020
June 8, 2020
A Degree with Unlimited Possibilities For graduating senior Mazie Ayers, a School of Engineering education has opened the door to a world of unlimited possibilities. “It’s been very rewarding to learn something in class and realize it applies to so many parts of my life and I’m really grateful for this,” she says. “I’ve learned there are so many directions I can go in – the possibilities are limitless.”
June 1, 2020
When Daniel Toth was living on campus, he would report at 5:30 a.m. for a fitness regimen followed by a naval science class — all before starting his days as a student at Rutgers University. The Navy ROTC midshipman’s favorite workout has been the "strip swim." Dressed in uniform and boots, he and his colleagues would jump into a pool, then take off an article of clothing every 250 meters they swam. “You don’t see the swim team doing that!” he said.
May 31, 2020
As the end of the Spring 2020 semester approaches, Honors College senior Amol Lotia reflects on the past four years he spent at Rutgers University. Lotia enrolled in the School of Engineering during his first year, aiming to expand his analytical skillset and apply his problem-solving abilities. However, he also knew he was interested in business, having already tried his hand at entrepreneurship as a high school student. Driven by both of his passions, Lotia began his pursuit of a dual degree in economics and industrial and systems engineering.
May 7, 2020
Professor applies his current research to explore ways to screen for and kill the virus If innovation is born of necessity, today’s COVID-19 crisis poses urgent opportunities. As scientists and engineers desperately search for ways to address the devastating impacts of the virus, many are taking a second look at their existing research to see how it might be applied to treatment, testing, and prevention.
May 5, 2020
For professor Monica Mazurek, fuel efficiency is the key to keeping air cleaner after New Jersey reopens On Friday, May 1, New Jersey reported a total of 7,222 deaths from COVID-19, after experiencing its highest single-day death toll. While there is little upside to the epic chaos and disruption wreaked by the viral pandemic, a dramatic improvement in New Jersey’s air quality – long ranked among the nation’s ten worst – is cause for temporary optimism.
May 4, 2020
We may not be able to be in close proximity to each other currently, but we are still a strong community gathering for classroom instruction, lab work, and student organizations meetings. Here's an update on some of the work SoE student organizations are advancing in spite of current set backs. It's obvious...nothing is holding them back!
May 1, 2020
Alumnus credits retired dean Fred Bernath with helping him earn his SoE degree For Mark Damiano, the path to earning a BS in civil engineering was far from direct. As the 1995 honors graduate sees it, if not for retired associate dean for academic affairs Fred Bernath, he would not have achieved his goal. “He gave me an avenue,” Damiano recalls. “No man’s an island – you need the help of other people. Through hard work, you can get there. But sometimes you just need a little push, or break, along the way.”
April 30, 2020
After Covid-19 shuttered classrooms, SoE faculty are embracing the new normal
April 28, 2020
“Rather than trying to be the smartest person in the room, you should strive to surround yourself with the smartest people you can find. You will learn so much more.” –Remo Colarusso, Jr.