New Jersey Institute of Technology embarks on $19.6M renovation

NEWARK, N.J. — Ground has been broken on the future site of the Life Sciences and Engineering Building at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Capital for the project came courtesy of the state’s grant programs and the GO Bond Act.

The building, which should be completed next year, is part of a $300 million campuswide renovation project which will see major improvements on the campus, including laboratory, office and student space.

NJIT frequently partners with Rutgers University and has ongoing collaboration in the pharmaceutical industry, such as Merck and Johnson and Johnson.


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Tory Troutman, native Oklahoman, was a classical music announcer at KCSC-FM (now KUCO) for 25 years, starting while a student in the University of Central Oklahoma's English Department. He has worked with Korean master's degree candidates for over ten years on English improv...