Foundation Relations

The Stevens Foundation Relations team serves as the gateway between academic innovation and private philanthropic organizations. We strive to advance the academic, research, and institutional goals of the University by creating mutually beneficial relationships with granting organizations.

Recent foundation awards to Stevens include:

  • A $3 million grant from the American Bureau of Shipping to support construction of the ABS Civil, Mechanical and Naval Engineering Laboratory Complex in the Davidson Laboratory
  • A $390,584 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support creation of a standard language for financial contracts and a contract-centric analytical framework
  • A $50,000 grant from the George I. Alden Trust to support the creation of an interdisciplinary Motion Capture Laboratory
  • A $30,000 grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation to support the teacher training program STEAM: Integrating Art into STEM
  • and additional gifts from grantors including the Independent College Fund of New Jersey (ICFNJ), among other sources.

To learn more about foundation resources and funding opportunities, contact Steve Smith at (201) 216-5164 or [email protected].

Featured Initiatives

Stevens Fund

The Stevens Fund is part of a long-standing tradition that invites alumni, parents, friends, faculty members and staff to actively invest in the future of Stevens Institute of Technology by contributing flexible funds for opportunities and initiatives that enrich the University.

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Congratulations to the 2015 Stevens Award Winners!

On March 28, Stevens celebrated the accomplishments of 12 remarkable individuals at the third annual Stevens Awards Gala in midtown Manhattan. Read more

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Providing financial aid through scholarships is a core commitment of Stevens. The ability to increase the financial aid packages that we offer to students and their families is due to the generosity of our alumni and friends who graciously fund endowed and fellowship scholarships every year.

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