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NJIT professor receives Fulbright to study at University of Salerno
Date:7/28/2010

re offered many opportunities to engage in active research projects. Program graduates are pursuing doctoral degrees at MIT, California Institute of Technology, the University of Colorado and more. As a matter of fact, Rosato hopes this trip will help him establish connections between NJIT and the University of Salerno so that student and other exchange programs can take place.

GSL also sponsors the 'Granular and Multiphase Flows" Colloquium Series, in which recognized speakers from academia and industry are invited to give presentations. A complete listing can be found at http://mechanical.njit.edu/news/gsl2-seminars.php. In addition, GSL hosts the annual 'Elsevier Distinguished Lectures in Mechanics', (funded by Elsevier) which Rosato organizes. The fourth lecture in the series will take place in April 2011. For more information, contact Rosato at rosato@njit.edu.

In the meantime, though, Rosato is busy brushing up on his Italian. "I'll be spending four months in a small town where not too many people speak English," he said.


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Contact: Sheryl Weinstein
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973-596-3436
New Jersey Institute of Technology
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