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Stevens Technical Leadership Master’s Program Completes Systems Lens

Stevens Technical Leadership Master’s Program Completes Systems Lens and Moves to Next Phase of Studies

An inaugural cohort of 12 students representing a range of industry sectors recently completed the first of three lenses of Stevens Institute of Technology’s Master of Engineering in Technical Leadership (METL) program, which started in September 2011 at the University’s Washington, D.C. location. Technical Leadership is the first-ever Stevens program to include faculty, curriculum and support from all four schools within the University.




 

Download the 2011-2013 Technical Leadership Program Description and Schedule

View Technical Leadership Program Schedule

 

TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP UPDATE (NOV 2011)

Technical Leadership Completes First Course & Meets with Mentors

The Kick Off for The new Stevens Master’s of Engineering in Technical Leadership (METL) was in Washington, DC on September 2011, with 12 outstanding industry and government participants from Lockheed Martin, Verizon, General Dynamics, Kongsberg Protech (Norway) and NASA.  Three weekends have been completed to date.

The first weekend of Technical Leadership truly represented the best of Stevens.





 

 

Developing the Next Generation of Technical Leaders' at 62nd International Astronautical Congress

Developing the Next Generation of Technical Leaders' at 62nd International Astronautical Congress

Technical Leadership program presented a paper for inclusion at the 62nd International Astronautical Congress in Cape Town, South Africa, October 3-7.  The paper entitled “Developing the Next Generation of Space Technical Leaders” explores the research behind the Stevens Institute of Technology Technical Leadership Program, present details on the learning framework, and share initial observations from the inaugural class of master’s students that will begin in September 2011 in Washington DC.

 

Hudson Keeps Up with Emerging Career Fields

Hudson keeps up with emerging career fields

Workforce training evolves with topsy-turvy economy
Wednesday, March 09, 2011
By ROSE DUGER

JERSEY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT

Today's market is placing new demands on workers, with some choosing to beef up skills and others seeking employment in fields labor experts project will be hot in coming years.

 

SSE Dean's Seminar: Global Challenges in Innovation

Monday, April 18 - SSE Dean's Seminar: Global Challenges in Innovation - Dr. Ray O Johnson, Senior VP & CTO, Lockheed Martin Corporation

SSE Dean's Seminar: Global Challenges in Innovation - Dr. Ray O Johnson, Senior VP & CTO, Lockheed Martin Corporation

The SSE Dean's Seminar Series presents Dr. Ray O Johnson, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Lockheed Martin Corporation on Monday, April 18, 2011 at 4:00 PM. ABSTRACT | Dr.