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November 2019
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In Service of Those Who Serve

Stevens' long history of assisting the U.S. government's military and security efforts includes serving as a training ground for young Navy engineers during World War I and providing critical testing of model sea planes, torpedoes and submarines in the historic Davidson Lab. Technological support from Stevens for the military and veterans continues to this day, through Department of Defense-supported faculty research, two National Centers of Excellence and a range of security-focused student design projects.

Microsoft Speech Recognition Expert Reveals How A.I. is Breaking Barriers

Xuedong Huang, Microsoft's chief speech scientist, offered a glimpse into the future of language and artificial intelligence with a presentation of Microsoft's HoloLens 2, a virtual reality headset that aims to bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds.

Licensing News: A Stevens-Powered Smart Insole to Help Diabetic Patients

Stevens signed an exclusive licensing agreement with healthcare startup Bonbouton for the right to use and further develop a graphene sensing system that can help detect early signs of foot ulcers before they form.

Shaping New Ways to Feed the World

Stevens Professor Mirjam Furth applies her expertise in floating structures to help innovate ways for feeding an ever growing world population, including designing an aquaculture seaweed farm for deep water operations.

Stevens Launches Saturday Pre-College Program to Expand Access to STEM Careers

The Art Harper Saturday Academy has recruited its first cohort of 19 students from traditionally underserved communities for a multi-year program that aims to improve students' mathematical skills and problem-solving abilities while exposing them to STEM careers and majors.

Students Turn Out for Internship Fair and Co-op Interviews

More than 1,000 students met or interviewed with recruiters from roughly 130 companies to secure career-building internships and co-op positions for the next semester and summer at two day-long recruitment events.

Stevens Through the Years

The 2019 Fall Classic concluded in dramatic fashion, with the Nationals bringing home a World Series trophy to the nation’s capital. In Hoboken, the birthplace of America’s national pastime, the Stevens community saw the return of the Annual Alumni Baseball Game October 13, 2019 at Dobbelaar Field – where, 50 years ago, the Stevens varsity team trounced an alumni squad by a score of 21-2. Pictured is a group portrait of the 1969 alumni squad, including members of classes as far back as the class of 1949. (Photo: Archives & Special Collections, Samuel C. Williams Library)

In the News

Building a House to Survive a Future Storm

Update Available (Interview with Gregory Prastacos, Dean of the School of Business) (Subscription Required)

On Vulnerable NYC Island, Climate – and Trump – Make for Difficult Conversation

Climate Change is Breaking Open America's Nuclear Tomb

Electronic Shoe Insole Monitors Diabetic Foot Health


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