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Stevens in the News

February 27, 2024

Political Wrangling Chills Consumer Confidence Along With Concern About the Labor Market

Stevens School of Business Professor George Calhoun was quoted about the reasons behind negative public sentiment on inflation in the face of other positive economic markers.

US News & World Report
February 22, 2024

Dirty ice may be ugly, but it has one advantage

In a New York Times article discussing a study that reveals contaminants like salt and alcohol significantly decrease ice adhesion, Stevens professor Chang-Hwan Choi comments on the study’s timely significance and potential for new research avenues.

The New York Times
January 29, 2024

How Christopher Nolan found intimacy on a grand scale

Christopher Nolan's film Oppenheimer reignited global discussions on nuclear weapons and political-science intersections. In this TIME piece, Stevens historian Alex Wellerstein contributes to the historical analysis of Oppenheimer's complex character.

TIME

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Media Highlights Report

Media Highlight Report

Highlights of Stevens' media coverage

2023 TechPulse Report

Stevens TechPulse Report

A periodic survey of emerging technology and its impact on society