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October 2019
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Stevens President Discusses STEM Diversity at Times Higher Ed Forum

President Nariman Farvardin was part of a distinguished panel of academic leaders to address representatives of some of the nation's largest institutions of higher learning on the topic of diversity in STEM. The panel discussion was part of the Times Higher Education's U.S. Student Success Forum, a two-day event that included the launch of the 2020 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education U.S. College Rankings.

A 'Smart Concrete' That Heals Its Own Cracks, Resists Fire — and Cleans the Air

As concrete makes a comeback in urban architecture worldwide, an innovative building material now being developed by Stevens researchers could revolutionize infrastructure and resiliency.

Slower-Moving Hurricanes Like Dorian May Become More Frequent

Researchers in the civil, environmental and ocean engineering (CEOE) department at Stevens are working to better understand how tropical storms and hurricanes and their impacts are changing — and what we can do to minimize their damage.

Marking Ten Years of Student Innovation in Maritime Safety and Security

A cohort of 25 students from seven schools participated in the Maritime Security Center's 10th annual Summer Research Institute, an eight-week program developed in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security.

Employers Find Diversity of Talent, Global Awareness, Job Readiness at Career Fair

Stevens' reputation as a proven source for top technology talent once again drew recruiters from more than 130 companies worldwide to Stevens' fall 2019 Career Fair.

Five Business Students Secure Scholarship Support from UBS

The scholarships are part of a new strategic partnership between Stevens and UBS in which the Swiss financial services giant provides funding to support education and research in finance, fintech and related disciplines such as artificial intelligence.

Stevens Through the Years

The Stevens Gatehouse, located between the Babbio Center and the Morton-Peirce-Kidde Complex, is an iconic structure that has long served as a symbolic link to Stevens' past. But it may surprise some to know that the Eighth Street entrance to the Stevens estate once had its own stone gate, made from the same serpentine rock used to build the better-known Gatehouse. This Eighth Street gate was constructed sometime in the mid-1800s and stood at Eighth and Hudson streets, where it served as the western entrance to the Stevens family property topping Castle Point. (Photo: Archives & Special Collections, Samuel C. Williams Library)

In the News

'The Life of Charles Stewart Mott' Review: Company Man

Football's Concussion Crisis Is Awash With Pseudoscience

$270M in Green Bonds Approved for Stevens Institute Student Housing Projects

Study Suggests 100-Year Floods Are Happening Every 30 years

N.J. School Tops '30 Best Online Masters in Management Information Systems' List by OnlineCollegePlan

Stevens Institute of Technology Partners With UBS to Award Finance Scholarships


10/11: Athletics Hall of Fame Reception and Ceremony

10/17: SES Dean's Lecture Series: Breaking Human Interaction Barriers—AI, HoloLens and Beyond

10/22: Hoboken City Council Candidates' Forums at Stevens

10/23: Heath Lecture Series: The Convergence of Medicine, Engineering and Business

10/24: Hoboken City Council Candidates' Forums at Stevens

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

11/4: Science, Race and Racism

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