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CCS Capstone Showcase Capstone Showcase - NJIT hosted its CCS Capstone Showcase on December 4th. This event is an excellent opportunity to see how student’s handle real world projects. Two entrepreneurship teams were featured with new products to the market, fourteen industry-sponsored projects, a six-department Android development company built and run by high school students and coached by NJIT students and four STEM projects related to education, Hurricane Sandy and surgery. The event included a ribbon cutting by Marek Rusinkiewicz, Dean of the College of Computing Sciences. For the first time, the judging panel consisted of future Capstone sponsors: Ronald Chamberlain, chairman and surgeon-in chief, Department of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center; Julie Bauer and Don Szczepaniak, managers at Panasonic; Raj Guttha, executive manager of Avighna Global Solutions LLC; and John Dougherty, industry expert in software engineering for more than 30 years. NJIT Provost and Senior Executive Vice President Fadi Deek were also present. For more information,.please visit to the Senior Capstone website.
CCS Feedback Session - Meet with the CCS Student Senate Officers and tell them your concerns. This session is scheduled for Oct. 23, 2013 at 3:30 pm in GITC 1100. For more information please contact Ayaz Uddin at the Student Senate website
ACM's SIG Game Development Sessions - In Game Development, SIG members will learn to create games by using powerful industry created engines such as Unreal Engine, Unity Game Engine, CryENGINE, et al. Members will also be introduced to all areas of the game industry, such as game programming, game design, art, animation, and modeling. Members will also engage in debates and talks about game mechanics in certain games and issues surrounding the game industry as a whole. For more information please visit the ACM Club website.
IT Seminar Series - Speakers Erica Feldman (Deloitte & Touche) and Rich Acosta (Prudential), gave students a talk on "Harnessing Data Generated by the World Around Us" on October 16, 2013 at 3:45 pm in GITC 1100. If you are interested in being a speaker or wish to be invited to future IT Seminars, please send us your e-mail address along with your name and major.
With more than 400 sponsors and 400 projects completed, the IT Capstone Course provides a unique real world project-based hands-on learning experience where small multidisciplinary teams of 3-4 students work as consultants and developers with small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, health care systems, educational institutions, government agencies and social programs to tackle complex problems and provide cost-effective solutions with full faculty coaching and mentorship. The students select the projects that match their interests, elect their CEO’s, co-design the course with instructor, utilize their collective education and unlock their potentials
Please use the following form to register for the next Capstone Showcase Gala.