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 2017 Book of Abstracts

2017 10th International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium Program Brochure


You're Invited!

The NJIT 10th International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium will be on July 27, 2017.   Over 130 undergraduate students will be presenting 105 e-posters!  It will be an exciting event of interesting research, sharing of ideas, and networking! 


2016 Summer News

NJIT presented an exciting 2016 International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium! This year, over 120 undergraduate students showcased their e-posters at the Symposium.  With over 310 attendees, this is the largest Summer Symposium turnout ever!


Scenes (top, and below) from 2016 International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium

 2016 Book of Abstracts

 2016 9th International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium Brochure



Robert Gioia wins the Spring 2016 URI Phase-2 Best Presentation and Proposal Award!


(URI EAB Chair Brian Kiernan and Vice Provost Atam Dhawan present the award to Robert Gioia)

Congratulations to the new winners of the Spring 2016 Phase 2, as well as the Spring 2016 Phase 1,  Fall 2015 Phase 1 & Phase 2 Student Seed Grants!  Click here to see the announcement  of the winners.

To view the 2016 TechQuest Innovation Competition winners and finalists, click here to see the winners and the list of 2016 Innovation Day participants.

Photos of a few of the undergraduate e-poster presenters from the 2016 Innovation Day

URI programs give students a chance to flourish in various ways. Students learn how to do research, but also how to pick projects that will improve a societal problem and enhance the quality of life for a community of people. These programs are designed to help students develop the vision to contend with global challenges.

To teach students to think like that, a program must be inter-disciplinary, and URI programs do that by inviting students from all majors, such as design, engineering, business, humanities or science. The students form teams and pool their talents.  These days, in both industry and academia, projects are done by teams. URI students divide into teams who are mentored by both NJIT professor and industry advisers. Working together, the teams try to find solutions to societal problems and to develop technologies to ameliorate those problems. 

Higher education experts agree that the best experience an undergraduate can have is research.  For it is research that allows student to apply the theory they learned in their classes and use their hands and minds to design, build, invent and engineer devices and processes that improve society. 

Photo of Dr. Atam Dhawan at the 2015 International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium