Undergraduate Research Programs
Undergraduate Research and Innovation (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. More information on the URI website.
Graduate Research Programs
Doctoral and Master’s graduate students are the integral part of NJIT research enterprise. Graduate students work at faculty research laboratories and centers through 19 doctoral and 56 Master’s degree programs. NJIT faculty grants and contracts directly fund graduate students providing outstanding opportunities for basic, applied and translational research and technology development.
More information about the Graduate Studies and Research is available on the website.
Students may contact Principal Investigators and Directors of research centers and laboratories for exploring availability of research opportunities in specific areas. Please see Centers and Laboratories website for additional information on research opportunities.
High School STEM Research Programs
NJIT offers excellent opportunities for professional and career development in STEM areas to undergraduate as well High School students through Provost Summer Research and faculty centered grants and research centers. NJIT is committed to providing opportunities for hands-on research participation for high school students under the guidance of a faculty advisor with close mentoring through NJIT undergraduate and graduate students.
During the 2016 summer, 68 high school students worked on research projects through summer research internships. The high school research program internship requires a commitment of a minimum of 6 weeks. The program is designed to inspire the students to appreciate the value of discovery and innovation with the ultimate objective of encouraging them to pursue a career in science and lifelong learning. At the end of their internship, students will submit a research report outlining their results and give a brief presentation describing their project and outcomes to faculty and their peers.
The 2017 high school internship program is tentatively scheduled for June 26 to August 4. Application deadlines are due in the beginning of April.
Information about Provost Undergraduate Summer Research program is available on the website. For more information about participation in the High School Summer Research Internship program, please contact Ms Angela Retino at firstname.lastname@example.org.