NJSGC Poster Session 2016
Students with academic year fellowships presented their research posters.
Director: Haim Baruh, Ph.D.
Joseph S. Miles
Main Office (and mailing address):
School of Engineering
98 Brett Road, Piscataway NJ 08854
Stevens Institute of Technology
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Burchard Building: B-107
Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Our annual poster session will be held on Friday, April 28, 2017 at the Cook College Campus Center at Rutgers University.
The annual affiliate meeting will also be at Cook College Campus Center on April 28.
Explore your future at NASA! Apply to our NASA GISS Summer 2017 Internship Program.
Our annual academic year fellowship poster session was on Friday, April 15, 2016, at the Busch Campus Student Center, Rutgers University.
On Friday, August 5, 2016 the NJSGC Annual Summer Research Conference was held at Rutgers University. See photos.
Students Sarah Pascall, Heidi Tsang, and Rimsha Malik participated in the NASA-GISS Summer program for Scientists and Engineers. Led by Professor Joseph S. Miles, the students created two robots over the course of a six to eight week period. Learn more.
NJSGC Annual Affiliate Meeting was held at Rutgers University on April 15.
Captain Mark Kelly and Captain Scott Kelly, twin brothers who have served with distinction in the U.S. Merchant Marines, in the U.S. Navy, and as NASA astronauts, were honored by their home town of West Orange, N.J., on May, 19, 2016. Learn more.
The team constructed a sounding rocket payload utilizing a pressure sensor to measure turbulent and laminar air flow over the nosecone of the rocket. Learn more.
On Friday, August 7 students presented research at Rutgers University, Cook Student Center.
Read about the NJSGC team that constructed a rocket payload, brought it to Wallops Island, Virginia and launched it approximately 75 miles into space on Thursday June 25th, 2015. See photos and video.
Summer Fellowships 2017:
See application and learn more.
Students Earn $5,000 NASA Fellowships: Eight of Brookdale’s highest achieving science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students have been selected to work with local experts on a variety of year-long research initiatives and serve as peer tutors at Brookdale as part of an ongoing grant program funded by NASA and the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NJSGC). Read more.
Rutgers student Ankur Dalsania publishes paper: first-author paper was published in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C with funding from NJSGC. See http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2016/tc/c6tc02552h#!divAbstract
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NJSGC sponsors successful workshop on diversity and inclusion for graduate students. On Friday, April 22, 2016, the workshop called “Diversity and Inclusion: Passport to Success for Graduate Students and PostDocs” was held at Rutgers University. Learn more.
Best Paper Award: William Joyce, a Rutgers junior undergraduate recipient of a NASA / New Jersey Space Grant Consortium Fellowship, and Dr. James Luxhoj co-authored a paper that was selected for the Best Paper Award in the Systems Engineering and Design Track and the upcoming Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference (ISERC) in May 2016.
Our successful community college program: Meet Sarah Schneider of Middlesex County College. See video.