28 Feb 2020

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events, School of Systems and Enterprises - Admissions Events

Webinar: Prospective Student Application Workshop

Interested in pursuing a graduate degree at Stevens? The Office of Graduate Admissions will host an interactive webinar on Friday, February 28th at 8:00 AM EST. One of our graduate admissions’ representatives…

Career Development

Graduate Orientation to the On-Campus Recruiting Program and the Handshake System

 Learn about the Stevens On-Campus Interview Program and how to navigate the Handshake system.

Location
Fielding
Talks & Lectures

In the Wild Sensing for Smarter Cities and Healthcare

by Dr. Shubham Jain, Assistant Professor. Old Dominion University Abstract Modern environments are alive with sensors, such as smartphones, wearables, vehicles, and cameras. My expertise lies in leveraging…

Location
EAS 329
Talks & Lectures

Structure-Photophysics-Function Relationship of Perovskite Solar Cells

by He Wang, Department of Physics, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL Abstract The organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells have achieved power conversion efficiency on par with that of commercial…

Location
Babbio 319
Health & Wellness

CAPS Let's Talk Series

Join Dr. Melissa Zarin as she discusses different types of eating disorders and how they affect college students.

Location
Wellness Center Training Room

29 Feb 2020

College of Arts and Letters, Performing & Visual Arts

A Musical Journey with The Orient Express

The College of Arts and Letters, Musica Mundana, and DeBaun PAC proudly present an exciting musical program tracing the journey of the Orient Express Train, including waltzes and tangos by Debussy, Satie…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

2 Mar 2020

Health & Wellness

Breaking Barriers

Hearing people's stories and experiences can influence our perspective on a meaningful topic. We'd like to invite the Stevens Community to come out and learn more about your classmates' experiences. March…

Location
Student Center: Student Affairs Conference Room
Talks & Lectures

Simulating High Re and Ma Flows with Modern High-performance Computing Systems

by Dr. Myoungkyu Lee, Postdoctoral Fellow at Combustion Research Facilities, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore Abstract Nearly all moving objects pass through fluids, many at high speed, making…

Location
Babbio 541

3 Mar 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Interviewing Types and Techniques

  During this session, you will be familiarized with the different types of interviews you may experience and will be introduced to the skills needed for successful interviewing. The importance of preparation…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Health & Wellness

De-Stressing With Art

De-Stressing with Art 5:30 - 6:30 The Wellness Center Training Room

Location
The Wellness Center Training Room
Talks & Lectures

Data Structures Meet Circuits & Cryptography

by Aleksandr Golovnev, Harvard University, Rabin Postdoctoral Fellow Abstract In this talk, we will discuss the state of the art in the field of data structure lower bounds and the surprising connections…

Location
McLean 510

4 Mar 2020

College of Arts and Letters

How Will AI Change Us

On Wednesday, March 4, Susan Schneider, philosopher at University of Connecticut and Library of Congress, will present the talk "How Will AI Change Us" at Stevens' College of Arts and Letters. The event…

Location
Babbio Auditorium
Student Life

Sustainability Seminar Series: Green Infrastructure – Theoretical vs. Practical Solutions

by Karen W. Robison, LEED GA, ENV SP, Practice Lead, Manager, H2M architects + engineers Abstract Green infrastructure has tremendous benefits in reducing stormwater runoff volumes, pollutant reduction…

Location
Altorfer 501
Talks & Lectures

Biotechnology-Enabled Bioremediation of Legacy and Emerging Pollutants

by Dr. Mengyan “Ian” Li, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry & Environmental Science, New Jersey Institute of Technology Abstract 1,4-Dioxane (dioxane) contamination has emerged as a compelling…

Location
Gateway North 213

5 Mar 2020

College of Arts and Letters

Critical Reading Skills

What's this workshop all about?  From engaging in business correspondence to correctly interpreting a friend’s text message, it is essential to develop critical reading skills. Try our three-step process…

Location
Morton 205
Talks & Lectures

Risk of Hydrometeorological Extremes in the Context of Climate Change

by Dr. Md Mamunur Rashid, Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering, Department & National Center for Integrated Coastal Research, University of Central Florida…

Location
ABS Engineering Center 301

6 Mar 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Honors Voice Recital

Featuring the students of Bethany Reeves Tickets: Free

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Performing & Visual Arts

2020 Honors Voice Recital

DeBaun PAC proudly presents 2020 Honors Voice Recital. The Opera Night will be including works by Mozart, Moore, Menotti, Korngold, Donizetti, J. Strauss Jr., and Copland. Featuring students of Dr. Bethany…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Talks & Lectures, University-wide

SSE Research Seminar: Sustainable Product Development

Product development companies play a key role in society’s transition towards sustainability. At the same time, sustainability is also increasingly important for company competitiveness. Join Sophie…

Location
Babbio Center, Room 541A

9 Mar 2020

College of Arts and Letters, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

100 Years of Women's Suffrage

Hosted at the Lore-El Center for Women's Leadership, this event, titled "100 Years of Women's Suffrage," will be an interactive lecture and discussion on the 19th Amendment and present-day voting rights…

Location
Lore-El Center for Women's Leadership

10 Mar 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Professionalism and Ethical Standards: Attire, Actions, Interactions, Behavior, Speech and Demeanor

  Understanding business etiquette and professional expectations are critical to securing a position and being successful once hired. This workshop will cover a variety of topics relating to professional…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
College of Arts and Letters, Career Development, Performing & Visual Arts, Talks & Lectures

Meet the Artist: George Voss

Who's the artist?  George Voss is an artist, writer and researcher, whose practice spans performance, multi-media installation, investigative research projects, and text. Voss's work focuses on the presence…

Location
Gateway South - Room 122

11 Mar 2020

Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: The Hudson River Rebuild by Design Feasibility and Environmental Impact Statement Project

by Kenneth Spahn, Dewberry Abstract The Hudson River Rebuild by Design Project is the largest resilience project funded through the post-Sandy groundbreaking HUD Rebuild by Design competition. The Feasibility…

Location
Altorfer 501
College of Arts and Letters

Essay Pitfalls

What's this workshop all about?  Do you launch into tangents in your writing, struggle to form a cohesive argument, or just refuse to incorporate textual evidence? Come learn how to strut around these…

Location
Morton 205
Talks & Lectures

Margot Lee Shetterly: Recognizing Hidden Figures in STEM Today

The extensive research that exposed the Hidden Figures at NASA between the 1930s and 1960s sends a strong message in 2020. Intellectual talent can be found in unlikely places. How do we ensure that we…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

12 Mar 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Vivaldi's Four Seasons

Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall - experience them all with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players. Four virtuosic violinists each take a solo, bringing Vivaldi's iconic The Four Seasons to life…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Admissions - Graduate, School of Systems and Enterprises - Admissions Events

School of Systems and Enterprises Prospective Student Webinar

Today’s global enterprises are increasingly complex in the design and operation of their systems and require technical leaders to have both the knowledge to design cutting-edge systems and the skills…

24 Mar 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Job Search Strategies and Using an ATS

  An effective job search requires planning and strategizing. It takes time, research, and effort to find and attain employment. At this session, attendees will learn about the ways to identify opportunities…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
College of Arts and Letters, Career Development, Performing & Visual Arts, Talks & Lectures

Meet the Artist: Amy Khoshbin

Who's the artist?  Amy Khoshbin is an Iranian-American, Brooklyn-based artist, rapper and politician. Her practice advocates for changing commercial culture by using popular media genres to create connections…

Location
Gateway South - Room 122

25 Mar 2020

Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Changing the Game for Flood Risk Mitigation

by Alan Blumberg, Co-Founder, Jupiter Intelligence Abstract Governments, asset owners, and water resource managers need a better, clearer understanding of climate-change-related risk to assess the probable…

Location
Altorfer 501

27 Mar 2020

Health & Wellness

Let's Talk Series

Let's Talk Series Self Care While Under Stress Hosted by Counseling and Psychological Services, CAPS Friday, March 27th  1:00 pm The Wellness Center Training Room

Location
Wellness Center Training Room

31 Mar 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Networking Tools and Techniques - Are you LinkedIn?

  Networking is the most effective way to attain a position. It is a skill to be mastered. At this session, we will discuss how to be successful at networking. Tips for creating an impactful LinkedIn…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor, Howe Center
Career Development

Career Masters: Networking Tools and Techniques - Are you LinkedIn?

  Networking is the most effective way to attain a position. It is a skill to be mastered. At this session, we will discuss how to be successful at networking. Tips for creating an impactful LinkedIn…

Location
Fielding Room, Howe Center, 3rd Floor
Career Development, University-wide

WebCampus Online Teaching & Learning Showcase

The theme for this second annual event is Enhancing Student Engagement. Don’t miss the special keynote presentation by Dr. Peter Shea, a Fellow of the Online Learning Consortium. Lunch will be provided…

Location
Howe Center, 4th floor, Bissinger Room

1 Apr 2020

Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Hoboken: An Urban Laboratory for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation

by Jennifer S. Gonzalez, AICP, PP, CFM, ENV SP, LEED GA, Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Hoboken Abstract Sustainability, resiliency, and the effects of climate change are inextricably linked.…

Location
Altorfer 501

2 Apr 2020

College of Arts and Letters

Developing Academic Vocabulary

What's this workshop all about?  The more complex your claims, the clearer and more precise your language needs to be. Come learn about signal verbs, key terms, sentence mining, and other tools for generating…

Location
Morton 205

4 Apr 2020

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events, School of Systems and Enterprises - Admissions Events, Alumni

Stevens Graduate Open House

If you are interested in pursuing your graduate studies at Stevens Institute of Technology, we invite you to visit our Hoboken Campus, only a 10-minute ferry or commuter train ride from Midtown Manhattan…

Location
Bissinger

7 Apr 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Handshake and the Fall 2020 On-Campus Interview Program – Orientation for First Semester Graduate Students

  The Stevens Career Center offers employers the opportunity to interview on-campus the candidates they select for potential internships and full-time positions. In order to participate in the On-campus…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor, Howe Center
Health & Wellness

De-Stressing With Art

De-Stressing With Art 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Wellness Center Training Room  

Location
Wellness Center Training Room

8 Apr 2020

College of Arts and Letters, Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures

The Promise and Pitfalls of Genetics

Carl Zimmer, journalist and author from Yale University, will present the talk "The Promise and Pitfalls of Genetics," on Wednesday, April 8 from 4 to 5 p.m. at Stevens' College of Arts and Letters. The…

Location
Babbio Auditorium
Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Natural Hazard Risk Management: Toward a Physical and Financial Nexus

by Joshua DeFlorio, Port Authority of NYNJ Abstract There is a notable nexus between physical and financial risk mitigation programs that has not been widely explored in the engineering industry. In…

Location
Altorfer 501

9 Apr 2020

College of Arts and Letters

Sentence-Level Revision

What's this workshop all about?  The more complex your claims, the clearer and more precise your language needs to be. Come learn about signal verbs, key terms, sentence mining, and other tools for generating…

Location
Morton 205

10 Apr 2020

Admissions - Graduate, School of Systems and Enterprises - Admissions Events

School of Systems and Enterprises Prospective Student Webinar

Today’s global enterprises are increasingly complex in the design and operation of their systems and require technical leaders to have both the knowledge to design cutting-edge systems and the skills…

14 Apr 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Handshake and the Fall 2020 On-Campus Interview Program – Orientation for First Semester Graduate Students

  The Stevens Career Center offers employers the opportunity to interview on-campus candidates they select for potential internships and full-time positions. In order to participate in the On-campus Interview…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
College of Arts and Letters, Career Development, Performing & Visual Arts, Talks & Lectures

Meet the Artist: Surya Mattu

Who's the artist?  Surya Mattu is a Brooklyn-based investigative journalist, artist and engineer and who looks at the ways in which algorithmic systems perpetuate systemic biases and inequalities in society…

Location
Gateway - South Building; Room 122

15 Apr 2020

Alumni, Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

President's Distinguished Lecture Series: 5 Things To Tackle Climate Change

Despite warnings that we have a limited window within which we must make drastic cuts to global carbon emissions, the world is moving in the wrong direction. PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo believes there are five…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: A Day in the Life of an Environmental Consultant

by Nicholas D'Ambrosio, The Nomad Group Abstract A discussion of the day to day operations of the CEO of a New Jersey based environmental and national defense consulting company, including project examples…

Location
Altorfer 501
College of Arts and Letters

Delivering Presentations

What's this workshop all about?  Learn to deliver clear, concise content and practice annunciation, eye contact, and pacing as you approach the hurdle of public speaking. What's the Writing and Communications…

Location
Morton 205

17 Apr 2020

Talks & Lectures

Stratification and Pattern Formation During Evaporation of Nanoparticle Films

Abstract Multicomponent films based on nanoparticle dispersions have a wide range of applications, including antimicrobial coatings for medical instruments, conductive textiles for flexible electronics…

Location
Babbio 319

21 Apr 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Handshake Profile Review and Critique

  As a follow up to the Orientation session, we will discuss how to optimize your Handshake profiles and the resumes you upload to make you a candidate who has a stronger possibility of being selected…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

22 Apr 2020

Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: How Industrial Businesses are Charting a Course to Carbon Reduction Goals

by Lynn McGuire, P.E. Senior Principal, Geosyntec Consultants Abstract How are industrial businesses navigating the energy transition? Each are on their own journey developing carbon reduction strategies…

Location
Altorfer 501
College of Arts and Letters

Write With Less Stress

What's this workshop all about?  Final projects looming? Conquer and dispatch the negative mental habits that breed anxiety, promote procrastination, and result in poor prose. What's the Writing and…

Location
Morton 205

24 Apr 2020

Health & Wellness

Let's Talk Series

CAPS Let's Talk Series Stress & Time Management Friday, April 24th  The Wellness Center Training Room 1:00pm - 2:00 pm

Location
Wellness Center Training Room

1 May 2020

Admissions - Undergraduate, Alumni, Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Annual Innovation Expo

The 2020 Stevens Innovation Expo, an annual showcase for student design, innovation and entrepreneurship, will take place on Friday, May 1 across the Stevens campus. The Innovation Expo will kick-off with…

Location
Campus-wide

2 May 2020

Alumni, University-wide

Stevens Awards Gala

On Saturday, May 2, 2020, the Stevens community will gather at the historic Plaza Hotel for a spectacular evening of dining, dancing and devotion. Join us as we celebrate Stevens Institute of Technology…

Location
The Plaza

5 May 2020

Health & Wellness

De-Stressing With Art

De-Stressing With Art 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Wellness Center Training Room

Location
Wellness Center Training Room

16 May 2020

Admissions - Undergraduate, Open to the Public

Stevens Math Olympiad

The Stevens Math Olympiad is a free mathematics competition for students in grades 3-12 that entails solving mathematical and logical problems, as well as demonstrating the joy and excitement of mathematics…

Location
Edwin A. Stevens Hall

15 Jul 2020

College of Arts and Letters, Conferences, Performing & Visual Arts, Talks & Lectures

MOCO'20 7th International Conference on Movement and Computing

In collaboration with our host, Mana Contemporary, organizing institutions Stevens Institute of Technology and Rutgers University are pleased to announce the 7th International Conference on Movement and…

Location
Stevens Institute of Technology/Mana Contemporary

16 Jul 2020

College of Arts and Letters, Conferences, Performing & Visual Arts, Talks & Lectures

MOCO'20 7th International Conference on Movement and Computing

In collaboration with our host, Mana Contemporary, organizing institutions Stevens Institute of Technology and Rutgers University are pleased to announce the 7th International Conference on Movement and…

Location
Stevens Institute of Technology/Mana Contemporary

17 Jul 2020

College of Arts and Letters, Conferences, Performing & Visual Arts, Talks & Lectures

MOCO'20 7th International Conference on Movement and Computing

In collaboration with our host, Mana Contemporary, organizing institutions Stevens Institute of Technology and Rutgers University are pleased to announce the 7th International Conference on Movement and…

Location
Stevens Institute of Technology/Mana Contemporary

30 Jul 2020

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events, School of Systems and Enterprises - Admissions Events

Stevens Graduate Open House

If you are interested in pursuing your graduate studies at Stevens Institute of Technology, we invite you to visit our Hoboken Campus, only a 10-minute ferry or commuter train ride from Midtown Manhattan…

Location
Babbio Center