Newsmakers

  • Stevens Professor Visits Taipei

    Recently, Edward A. Friedman, Professor Emeritus of Technology Management at Stevens, visited Taipei, Taiwan to talk about the Growing Existential Threat of Nuclear Weapons. During the past several years, he has revived a long time interest in...
  • Richard P. Palluzi ’74, M.Eng. ’76

    Richard P. Palluzi ’74, M.Eng. ’76, recently published “Compressed Gases: Managing Cylinders Safely” in the October 2009 issue of Chemical Engineering. Palluzi is a distinguished engineering associate at ExxonMobil Research & Engineering Co., in...
  • Anthony J. Aiello ’86

    Anthony J. Aiello ’86 has been named vice president, Assembly, Test & Overhaul, for GE Aviation. In this role, Mr. Aiello leads all the development, manufacturing, testing and overhaul facilities operated by GE Aviation around the world. He...
  • Steve Jones, M.S. ’81

    Steve Jones, M.S. ’81, is the founder and managing partner of The S4 Group, Inc. The group developed the S4 Open family of products, which transforms proprietary building automation systems to an open system. The S4 Group’s network appliances can...
  • Edward G. Amoroso, M.S. ’86, Ph.D. ’92

    Edward G. Amoroso, M.S. ’86, Ph.D. ’92, a respected expert in the field of cybersecurity for the past 25 years, has just released his fifth book on the topic. In “Cyber Attacks: Protecting National Infrastructure,’’ Mr. Amoroso discusses the point...
  • Paul Magnone ’88, M.S. ’93, and Christopher Frank ’89, M.S. ’93

    Longtime friends Paul Magnone ’88, M.S. ’93, and Christopher Frank ’89, M.S. ’93, have written a book together. “Drinking From the Firehose: Making Smarter Decisions Without Drowning in Information” was released earlier this month and discusses how...

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