Related News & Resources

Below is a compilation of news story summaries and press releases about the development of the Academic Gateway, as well as news articles on Stevens community partnerships.
 

The Jersey Journal
July 18, 2014
Hoboken middle schoolers participate in WaterBotics summer camp at Stevens
by Amanda Eisenberg
Groups of Hoboken middle school students huddled together at different tables, tinkering with their LEGO robots at Stevens Institute of Technology yesterday.  
Read more at: http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2014/07/hoboken_middle_school_students_build_robots_learn_programming.html 

The Jersey Journal
June 25, 2014
Stevens donates bicycles to help 'reduce carbon footprint'
by Amanda Eisenberg
Stevens Institute of Technology has donated 16 bicycles and five bike helmets to the Hudson Transportation Management Association (HTMA) for use by Bike Hoboken, an organization that gives bikes to those who can’t afford them.  
Read more at: http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2014/06/local_university_donates_bicy...

The Hudson Reporter
May 18,2014
'Toxic popcorn' Stevens Institute does outreach with local students
by Dean DeChiaro
Fifty eighth graders from Hoboken Junior-Senior High School visited Stevens Institute of Technology on Monday to take part in programs aimed at recruiting local kids to the university and teaching them math and science disciplines at an early age.
Read more at: http://hudsonreporter.com/bookmark/25126465--Toxic-popcorn-br-font-size-...  

The Hudson Reporter
May 11, 2014
Stevens Tech unveils plans for Sixth Street buildings
The Stevens Institute of Technology held two open houses last week for Hudson Street residents and the greater Hoboken community to see plans for a five-story, 95,000 square foot academic facility to be built on the corner of Hudson and Sixth Streets beginning next fall.
Read more at: http://hudsonreporter.com/view/full_story/25086065/article-Stevens-Tech-unveils-plans-for-Sixth-Street-buildings--Represents-school-s-quest-to-expand-and-stay-on-the-cutting-edge

The Hudson Reporter
May 9, 2014
Hoboken students to have ‘real college day’ at Stevens 
The Stevens Institute of Technology is collaborating with the Hoboken schools (including Hoboken Public Schools, charter schools and private/parochial schools) to provide a real college day for local eighth graders.
Read more at: http://hudsonreporter.com/bookmark/25074849-Hoboken-students-to-have-real-college-day-at-Stevens

The Jersey Journal
May 3, 2014
$50 million academic center proposed for Stevens’ Hoboken campus
by Terrence McDonald
Stevens Institute of Technology is seeking to construct a $50 million new academic center, the first new building the 143-year-old university has constructed in nearly a decade.
Read more at: http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2014/05/50_million_center_proposed_for_stevens_hoboken_campus.html