Reunion Event Puts Spotlight on Big Data
Alumni Return to Campus to Network, Hear Latest from Stevens Thought Leaders
A reunion of alumni from the Howe School’s Technology Management for Experienced Professionals master’s program (MSTM) brought dozens of graduates back to the Stevens campus for a reception at the Babbio Center in late June.
The MSTM program (formerly EMTM) welcomed its first class to Stevens in 1993, with its first graduates earning their degrees in 1995, according to Howe School Professor Murrae Bowden, director of the MBA program at Stevens.
Among the events at the reunion included a networking reception in the atrium of the Babbio Center, offering spectacular views of midtown Manhattan and the Hudson River, and a presentation on Big Data and the research strides being made in this area by Howe School faculty. Dr. David Belanger, a Howe School professor and nationally recognized expert for his work in Big Data as chief scientist of AT&T Labs.
The MSTM program offers professionals with experience in technology the opportunity to cultivate management skills suited to guiding them into leadership roles within any industry. Classes emphasize project management, entrepreneurial thinking, process innovation and technology-driven leadership, and leave students prepared to formulate business strategies, craft actionable plans and lead innovation across organizations. Click here to learn more about the MSTM program.