Poster Session 2019
Students with academic year fellowships presented their research posters.
Director: Haim Baruh, Ph.D.
Joseph S. Miles
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
98 Brett Road, Room B228A
Piscataway, NJ 08854
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
The annual NJSCG poster session has been cancelled. Instead, posters will be uploaded to the website. The affiliate meeting was held virtually on Friday, May 1, 2020.
Learn more about the 2020 poster session and affiliate meeting.
Students Koshiq Hossain and Meah Ahmed participated in the NASA-GISS Summer program for Scientists and Engineers.
More on 2019 NASA-GISS.
The annual NJSCG poster session and affilate meeting was held on Friday, May 3, 2019. See photos.
On Friday, August 2, 2019 NJSGC summer research fellows presented to faculty, parents, and invited guests at Rutgers University. See photos.
Read about the NJSGC team that constructed a rocket payload, brought it to Wallops Island, Virginia and launched it into space. See photos and video.
On Friday, August 3, 2018 NJSGC summer research fellows presented to faculty, parents, and invited guests at Rutgers University, Cook Campus Center. See photos.
NJSGC Annual Affiliate Meeting was held on Friday, May 3, 2019 at The College of New Jersey. See photos.
NJSGC Annual Affiliate Meeting was held on Friday, April 27, 2018, at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, NJ.
NJSGC was a co-sponsor of the annual STEMcos(R) event at Rutgers University. This student-initiated and student-run event fosters passions for STEM education and research. Read more.
New Graduate Fellowship for Students Entering a Thesis-based STEM Graduate Program.
In view of cancellation of several NJSGC summer programs due to Covid-19, NJSGC is pleased to announce of the availability of graduate fellowships for students entering doctoral or thesis-based masters programs in STEM fields at New Jersey colleges and universities. Please see attached document for details and application form.
Announcement Regarding Summer Academic Internships
Because of closure of campuses and mailrooms, we have not been able to collect and process all of the applications for the summer internships. Therefore, selection of summer interns will not be made until mid-May. At that time, we will also ask advisers of applicants whether they can supervise the summer interns effectively in view of the social distancing and in-person advising restrictions that are in place at college campuses.
If we are able to run the summer internship program this year, we will likely either shorten the duration of the internship and/or start the program later than June 1.
In the event that we cannot run the summer internship program, funds designated for summer internships will be allocated to the Academic Year Internships.
We appreciate your understanding. Please take extra caution and protect yourselves at this most difficult time in world history.
Newest NJSGC affiliate, Montclair State University, receives MUREP award.
Montclair State University has been awarded one of 14 NASA Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) fellowships. Montclair State University is the only New Jersey institution to receive the fellowship. The three-year award, which totals $165,000, will be facilitated by Earth and Environmental Studies Assistant Professor Jorge Lorenzo Trueba and doctoral candidate Isamar Marie Cortés. Read more.
Essex County College runs successful NCAS event.
NJSGC affiliate Essex County College ran a successful NCAS (National Community College Aerospace Scholars) program on Oct. 15-18, 2019. Attended by the director of the program, M. Alicia Baturoni Cortez, other NASA personnel, and Dr. Haim Baruh, the program showcased the NCAS student design competition. Thank you to Dr. Nidhal Marashi, professor of Biology at ECC, for managing the program. See photos.
NJSGC Invites NASA Astronaut to Speak in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing
On Friday, July 19, 2019, NJSGC sponsored a talk by astronaut Robert Cenker (STS 25) at Rutgers University to a standing room only audience consisting of K-12 students, undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty. Mr Cenker, who flew as a mission specialist, as his company was launching a communications satellite, described his experiences preparing for the flight as well as his experiences onboard the Space Shuttle. A lively question and answer session followed.
Mr. Cenker’s talk was part of a special daylong program administered by the School of Engineering at Rutgers University of July 19, 2019, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing.
Brookdale Community College students can take advantage of the free STEM peer tutoring program to gain assistance with their studies across disciplines.