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September 2019
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Meet the Stevens Class of 2023

If there is one thing a snapshot of the Stevens Class of 2023 reveals, it's that there is no one "type" of Stevens student. The incoming class, which includes 977 new students and represents 28 states and 11 countries, was selected from the largest and most competitive application pool in the university’s history.

How Stevens Is Trying to Save Dying Lakes, Oceans

This summer, as New Jersey lakes became choked with algae — and the Gulf of Mexico developed a giant "dead zone" where fish and shellfish perish — Stevens researchers were testing new ideas that just might help save them.

Stevens Alumni Earn Among the Highest Mid-Career Salaries

The median mid-career salary of $139,900 after ten years of experience in a field places Stevens #13 among colleges and universities nationwide, according to PayScale’s 2019-20 College Salary Report.

A Life in the Skies

Flying an American flag over Afghanistan on September 11, 2003, to honor the victims of the 9/11 attacks is one of many memorable events in the 29-year career of retired Air Force Brigadier General John Cherrey '88.

Stevens Hosts Climate Change and Sustainability Showcase

The event, co-hosted by Stevens and the New Jersey Technology Council, featured a tour of Stevens' renowned Davidson Lab, presentations by the university's climate experts and a panel discussion about the future of sustainability with noted scientists and industry leaders.

First-Generation Graduate Credits Family Sacrifices, Co-ops and Campus Engagement

Jose Angeles-Ovalles '19, now a member of EY's IT advisory team, says family sacrifices made possible his Stevens education — and the career opportunities it has afforded him.

Stevens Through the Years

Colonel John's, located in the Wesley J. Howe Center, is the go-to place on campus for enjoying a casual meal or satisfying a burger craving. But back when the drinking age was 18 years old in New Jersey, Colonel John's was also the campus bar from the 1970s until 1983. The students affectionately called it "The Rat," which was short for Colonel John's Rathskeller. When the drinking age was raised to 21 in 1983, Colonel John's resumed operation as a regular café serving only non-alcoholic beverages, similar to how we know it today. (Photo: Archives & Special Collections, Samuel C. Williams Library)

In the News

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Stevens Alumni Earn Highest Mid-Career Salaries in NJ, Among Top in Nation


9/18: Moving Towards Sustainability in Jersey City

9/28: Super Stories

10/4 - 10/5: [title of show]

10/16: In the Beginning: Recent Tales of the Origin of Life

10/25 - 10/29: The 16th International Symposium on Persistent Toxic Substances

Stevens on Social Media

From move-in day to the first day of classes, the Stevens campus community was eager to welcome the newest members to its flock. 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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