An inside look at what's happening at Howe

Engineers learn Howe to run a business

The students behind Modularity LLC spent the summer in a Stevens incubator growing their business, after getting a semester’s worth of entrepreneurial education from the Howe School. Full story>>

New faculty bring expertise in Big Data, finance 

The Howe School welcomed five new faculty members, each of whom brings expertise in some of the most in-demand areas to business today. Full story>>

A Stevens-style 'Shark Tank'

High school students who took part in Stevens’ first innovation and entrepreneurship camp went home with the skills to not only develop a business, but to pitch it to investors. Full story>>

Other highlights in this issue

Dean Gregory Prastacos explains the Howe School's unique expertise in entrepreneurship education in his message to readers. ... The Entrepreneurial Thinking course taken by all engineering students has Howe faculty ready for a surge of interest in its minor in Entrepreneurship. ... Industry executives at a recent Howe conference were challenged to 'think big about Big Data' and its role in innovation. ... The small size of the Howe Ph.D. program makes a big advantage for students pursuing their doctoral degrees. ... A senior in the Business & Technology program has millions of people following his business on YouTube. ... The Howe School is hiring faculty in a number of critical business disciplines

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