Faculty of the Physics Department working with others members of the University community have succesfully secure external funding for a series of projects that seek to advance our mission.We are proud to be part of the following initiatives:Title V: Closing the Completion Gap for HSI Community College Graduates at a Public Hispanic-‐Serving Institution. October 2011 - September 2016. $ 3,938,148.
Title V: Opening the Gate: Improving Mathematics Success for STEM Careers. October 2011 - September 2016. $ 5,301,197.
CCRAA-Individual: Improving the Success of Community-College Graduates Seeking to Complete Baccalaureate Sciences Degrees.CCRAA-Cooperative: Improving the Pipeline for Latinos in Science and Mathematics: A Systemic Collaborative Among Two Urban HSIsTitle V: Increasing Institutional Capacity in Academic Support Services and Faculty DevelopmentU.S. Department of Defense: Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions Infrastructure Support Program. Title of project: “Designing Electronic Components and Devices from Inorganic Molecular Scaffolds”.National Science Foundation (NSF) Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program: Northern New Jersey Mathematics and Science Teacher (MAST) Fellowship Program at New Jersey City University.
NJCU has joined forces with other other institutions in New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NJSGC) to promote, with support and funding from NASA, the following goals:
This program offers financial support to research by undergraduate and graduate students.For more information, please contact:
To be considered for the program complete and submit the corresponding application forms.