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Stevens Celebrates the Opening of the Gateway Academic Center

Hoboken elected officials and neighbors joined members of the Stevens community for the ribbon cutting celebration of a $68 million, 89,500 square foot, state of the art teaching and research facility. The completion of the Gateway Academic Center, which broke ground in 2017, is part of a broad campaign that began five years ago to modernize the university's infrastructure into a 21st century campus for teaching, research, learning and living, representing the greatest period of transformation in the university's 150-year history.

World Renowned Financial Advisor Joins Stevens Board of Trustees

A. Michael Lipper, founder and president of Lipper Advisory Services, Inc., is an internationally renowned expert on investments and world markets. He brings 60 years of corporate experience to the Stevens Board as the university continues its upward trajectory.

Stevens-Designed Fetal Heart Monitor Could Reduce Risk of Miscarriage or Stillbirth

Stevens researchers have designed a wearable device that can continuously monitor fetal heart rate, enabling doctors to detect early signs of complications and deliver prompt, potentially life-saving interventions.

Stevens Ranked #14 For 40-Year ROI

The long-term value of a Stevens degree was highlighted in a new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, "A First Try at ROI."

Stevens Receives NJ Tech Council's 2019 Innovation in Education Award

The award recognizes Stevens ACES, a program that has demonstrated extraordinary success in increasing the participation of students from underserved communities in Stevens' Pre-College Summer and undergraduate STEM degree programs.

Smarter, Stronger, More Sustainable Construction Materials

As concrete makes a comeback in urban architecture and infrastructure worldwide, Stevens researcher Weina Meng and her students are developing new materials, including higher-performance, more cost-effective concretes.

Stevens Through the Years

The interiors of campus buildings have undergone major renovations over the years, often reflecting design trends of the time. One peculiar example of 1970s/1980s interior design was the conversation pit, intended to stimulate the exchange of ideas in a shared space. By the looks of it, Stevens added its own take on the concept with this rather informal-looking carpeted space in the Kidde Building. Here's President Kenneth Rogers, Stevens' fifth president, using it to his advantage for the 1985 President's Forum. (Photo: Archives & Special Collections, Samuel C. Williams Library)

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1/25: Stevens Graduate Open House

2/12: Stevens Career Fair

2/13 – 2/15: William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing

2/19: Ducks on Display

Stevens on Social Media

As they have for more than 34 years, Stevens students, faculty and staff helped Macy's pull off another successful Thanksgiving Day Parade to the delight of parade-goers who traveled from near and far. On campus, other brand name companies, including Apple, showed up at the university's winter career fair to recruit Stevens talent, some with the help of alumni. 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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