Mukund Ramakrishnan Student Life The Engineering Honors Academy takes pride in the energy and diversity seen in its student body, filled with passionate pupils striving to make the best of the opportunities offered to them and searching for ways to contribute to the community and make it a better place.
Honors Academy News
September 21, 2021
September 7, 2021
Temimah "Tova" Braun Student Life The Engineering Honors Academy is home to a diverse community of students coming from different towns and cities from all over New Jersey, representing a plethora of ethnicities and backgrounds, with each student having a unique story to tell, distinguished in his or her own way.
September 1, 2021
Irfan Peer Research Irfan Peer, a determined and hard-working student from the Engineering Honors Academy, was among the limited number of students fortunate to make their way through the competitive ARESTY selection process, having the chance to work on a fascinating project over the summer of 2020 while being part of the Summer Science Program.
August 25, 2021
Elizabeth Bui Student Leadership
August 13, 2021
Swarnima Roychowdhury Research Among the handful of students who earned his or her way through the competitive selection process, having the chance to work on a fascinating project over the summer of 2020 part of the ARESTY Summer Science Program, was Swarnima Roychowdhury, a highly capable and intelligent student from the Engineering Honors Academy.
August 6, 2021
Rohan Narayan Research For the interested minds, conducting research is an important part of undergraduate education, taking that extra step of delving deep into a fascinating world, searching for the next big advancement, discovery, or noteworthy finding.
July 25, 2021
Sajeela Rehman Student Leadership
July 19, 2021
Gabby Rosovsky Research A big part of Rutgers Engineering is the countless research opportunities available if you take the initiative to seek one out. The school also offers grants and fellowships through the Aresty program that students can use to fund their research. One student who was able to secure a research position and a grant is Gabby Rosovsky, a sophomore studying biomedical engineering, who worked in Dr. Fabris' material science lab during her freshman and sophomore years.
July 7, 2021
Madara Dias Research Among the accomplished Rutgers Engineering Honors Academy alumni is Madara Dias, who completed an undergraduate degree in 2020 studying Biomedical Engineering with a math minor, and is now a graduate student at Rutgers.
June 3, 2021
Kinjal Patel Student Leadership There are many ways to be involved within the Honors Academy and take an active role in managing Academy affairs. Kinjal Patel, a recently graduated senior who studied Electrical and Computer Science with a minor in Spanish, took advantage of the opportunity to become an Honors Envoy, a leadership position shared with only two other people.