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APRIL 2016
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Stevens Names New Dean of the College of Arts and Letters

The appointment of Dr. Kelland Thomas begins a new chapter in the evolution of humanities, arts and social sciences education and research at Stevens.


Former NSA & CIA Director Talks Global Threats to National Security

Retired four-star General Michael Hayden delivered a talk on "Danger, Complexity and Immediacy: Today's Security Challenges" as the seventh speaker in The President's Distinguished Lecture Series.


Stevens Attains Coveted Silver Rating for Sustainability

The much sought-after recognition from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education marks a milestone in Stevens' ongoing efforts towards becoming an environmentally friendly and socially responsible college campus.


Natural Gas Industry Representative Discusses U.S. Energy Policy's Challenges and Opportunities

Lori Traweek, chief operating officer of the American Gas Association, gave a thought-provoking discussion on "America's Energy Policy: The Challenges of Meeting Demand" as part of The Provost's Lecture Series on Women in Leadership.


Stevens 3D-Printed Robot to Star at Liberty Science Center

Visitors to the Jersey City science center will have the opportunity to interact with a responsive robot 3D-printed completely from scratch by students on state-of-the-art printers in Stevens’ new PROtotype Object Fabrication (PROOF) Lab.

Stevens Through the Years

In 1845, the Knickerbocker Club — a group of Manhattan firemen, merchants, lawyers and other professionals — began renting field space from the Stevens family in an area referred to as the "Elysian Fields," devising and modifying what would eventually become the rules of modern-day baseball. The following summer, on June 19, 1846, the Knickerbocker Club faced off against the New York Nine in what is widely regarded as the first recorded modern baseball game. While the Elysian Fields no longer remain, a plaque several blocks west of their former site commemorates the creation of America's national pastime in Hoboken on what was once Col. John Stevens' fields.


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4/14/16: CCSE SEMINAR: Thomas Brudermann, "We are the people – wir sind das Volk!: The crowd psychology of negative mass movements"

4/20/16: Heath Lecture Series: Leading Breakthrough Technology Transitions

4/21/16: CAL Lecture: Jakub Čapek, "Personal Identity and Narrativity"

4/27/16: Stevens Innovation Expo 2016
An annual showcase featuring exhibitions of student projects and inventions, investor-funded business competitions and talks by distinguished leaders in industry and academia.

Stevens on Social Media

A group of Stevens students spent their spring break in Atlantic Beach, Florida making a difference by helping out Habitat for Humanity through the Office of Undergraduate Student Life. Stay connected to what's going on at Stevens – "Like" us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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