EM Student Profiles


When Rob Galos ’15 applied for a corporate internship with Accenture, he was one of roughly 45 students interviewed, and among the 13 who were selected.  [Read more]

Four Stevens Seniors Recognized for the 2015 EOF Graduate Achievement Award 

Four graduating seniors at Stevens Institute of Technology have received the 2015 New Jersey Equal Opportunity Fund (EOF) Graduate Achievement Award for their exceptional achievements during their college careers.  [Read more]


Stevens Seniors Create Innovative Sign Language Tool 

Trying to learn sign language on your own has its drawbacks: there’s no interactivity and you’re never certain if you are accurately performing the gestures.  [Read more]

Stevens Senior Design Project Helps Client Manage Internal Inventory

When tasked with helping a client improve inventory management at its centralized supply location and develop a process for internal order requests, a team of engineering management students from the School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens, rose to the challenge. [Read more]

EM Student brings home one of three ncaa titles won by stevens 

Stevens women scholar-athletes added five impressive spring performances, including three new NCAA championships, to a growing legacy of accomplishment in March. [Read more]

EM Student Amy Regan Named USTFCCCA Women’s Athlete of the Year

Stevens Institute of Technology junior runner Amy Regan made program history Wednesday by being named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Atlantic Region Women's Athlete of the Year. [Read more]

Alumna Combines Two Loves in her dream job at bike company

Amanda Nauman loves to push herself. While at Stevens, earning her undergraduate degree in engineering management and systems engineering, she was an honor student, All-American swimmer and champion triathlete before graduating in 2011. [Read more]


Marine corps vet kevin landers '14 joins thehigh-flying world of consulting 

Kevin Landers '13 M.Eng. '14 once managed maintenance of the actual helicopters used by the President of the United States, a huge responsibility. When the Long Island native moved back to the tri-state area, he sought to transfer those managerial skills to the world of big business. [Read more] 

Stevens Team Develops Simulation Models for Optimizing Shuttle Service in Antarctica

It’s remote, icy, and for most part, an inhospitable region at the end of the earth. But for researchers, Antarctica is a natural laboratory providing an amazing opportunity to investigate and study processes that are crucial from a national and global perspective. [Read more]

Stevens Team Places Third in 2012-2013 National FAA Design Competition for Universities

A team of Stevens students recently placed third in Runway Safety/Runway Incursions/Runway Excursions Challenge of the seventh annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Design Competition for Universities. [Read more]

From Stevens to the Peace Corps: Engineering Management Grad to Teach Math in Liberia

Just a few weeks after she graduates in May, Katie Quish '13 will fly to Liberia, where she'll spend the next two years teaching math and science to children for the Peace Corps. While there... [Read more]

Professional Practice Yields Career Opportunity for Senior Richard delos Reyes

Senior Richard delos Reyes completed three cooperative education (co-op) assignments during his Stevens career. He worked at L’Oreal as a Process Engineer, optimizing manufacturing times of various products; and twice at... [Read more]

Engineering Management Student Team to Present at Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Congratulations to School of Systems & Engineering, Engineering Management students, Vincent Nascone, Jason Cohen and Jon Rohan final project entitled “Engineering Management Techniques for... [Read more]

SSE Celebrates Recipients of Virginia and Kevin Ruesterholz Award

The 2012 Virginia and Kevin Ruesterholz Award was presented to School of Systems and Enterprises, Engineering Management, student, Richard Delos Reyes on September 5, at Stevens’ 124th... [Read more]

Both Cross Country Programs Receive USTFCCCA All-Academic Awards; Regan Earns Individual Honor

The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released its annual All-Academic teams in late February and both Stevens Institute of Technology cross country teams received recognition for excellence... [Read more]

Stevens Team Places First in 2011-2012 National FAA Design Competition for Universities

A team from Stevens Institute of Technology has been selected as a first-place winner for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) sixth annual Design Competition for Universities. Stevens was one of four universities to receive... [Read more]