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Charles M. Forman Appointed to NJIT Board of Overseers

The New Jersey Institute of Technology has appointed Forman Holt attorney Charles M. Forman, an alumnus of the University, to its Board of Overseers.

Mr. Forman twice was named President of the University’s Alumni Association and was actively involved at the school during his student years, graduating with a degree in engineering and serving as a Graduate Research Fellow prior to earning his law degree.

While attending the University, Mr. Forman served as President of its student government and Editor-in-Chief of the school’s student newspaper, at the time earning him recognition as the country’s youngest editor-in-chief of a weekly college publication.

The New York Times ranked NJIT #1 among America’s Great Working-Class Colleges, and I am proud to accept this distinguished board position to help ensure the University’s continued success. –Charles M. Forman

One of the nation’s leading public polytechnic universities, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) prepares students to be leaders in the technology-dependent economy of the 21st century.  With a current enrollment of over 11,500 undergraduate and graduate students, NJIT is the largest technological university in the New York metropolitan region.