23 Feb 2018

Talks & Lectures

Reliability-Based Design and Life-Cycle Management of FRP-Strengthened RC Structures

ABSTRACT Aging transportation infrastructure poses a substantial risk to the well-being of society. The challenge brought by the aging infrastructure is not only embodied by the large number of deficient…

Location
ABS Building Room 301

24 Feb 2018

Alumni

State of Stevens Series: Highland Beach, FL

Join Dr. Jean W. Zu, Dean of the Schaefer School of Engineering and Science for an update on the State of Steven.

Location
Delray Sands Resort

26 Feb 2018

Alumni, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Provost's Lecture Series on Women in Leadership: Dr. Connie Mariano

Journey to the White House and Beyond Dr. Connie Mariano Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy (retired) and former White House physician Monday, February 26, 2018 at 4 p.m.  Burchard, room 118 Reception to follow…

Location
Burchard 118; Reception to follow in Babbio Atrium
Career Development

Getting Into Graduate School

Class of 2018 & 2019: If you are considering going to grad school (here or elsewhere) after you graduate, we encourage you to attend the following event: GETTING INTO GRAD SCHOOL What you need to know…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Scalable Machine Learning under Different Resource Constraints

Abstract The modern big data pose big computational challenges for machine learning and data analytics. The scale of problems can easily exceed the memory and computational capacity of any single computer…

Location
MacLean 510
Talks & Lectures

Algebraic Cryptography Center Seminar

In this edition of the ACC Seminar, group theorist Igor Lysenok, of Stevens, will speak about his recent research on Small cancellation theory and Burnside groups. In particular, he will give an overview…

Location
Morton Building, Room 105

27 Feb 2018

Career Development

Advanced Interviewing

Practice how to answer behavioral based interviewing questions that focuses on the STAR method: experiences, behaviors, knowledge, skills and abilities that are job related. Attend this workshop to develop…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Masters: International Students: Work Authorization Requirements and Procedures for CPT and OPT.

(In collaboration with ISSS and the Career Center staff) This session is for international graduate students who are interested in pursuing employment in the USA.   A representative from International…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

First Gen: Road to Graduation Student Panel

The Road to Graduation Student Panel Hear from seniors who are first generation college students as they share their post-graduation plans and how they navigated their college years. Learn about the…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Quantifying Cementitious Mineral Dissolution Rates and Other Engineering Applications

ABSTRACT A novel technique known as digital holographic microscopy (DHM) can be utilized for fast, in situ micro- and nanoscale characterization of surfaces. DHM operates by interferometric principles…

Location
ABS Building Room 301
Career Development

Graduate: Orientation to Handshake and the On-Campus Interview Program

This workshop is one of the sessions required to gain access to Stevens Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. You will learn to navigate the system and be guided…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Scalable Nanomanufacturing for Next Generation Hybrid Electronics

ABSTRACT Traditional microelectronics depend on unprecedented integration of heterogeneous electronic materials and devices that do not fit classic microelectronics paradigms. Emerging applications in…

Location
EAS Building, Room 222
Talks & Lectures

Deep Learning Transport Phenomena and Material Discovery

Abstract First, I will discuss our deep learning methodology that can directly learn the physics of transport phenomena based only on data. Transport phenomena includes the exchange of energy, mass, momentum…

Location
Carnegie 315

28 Feb 2018

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

Can Buddhism Save Us? with journalist Robert Wright

Journalist Robert Wright, visiting professor of science and religion at Union Theological Seminary in New York, will talk about his bestselling book Why Buddhism Is True, which explores profound convergences…

Location
Burchard Auditorium
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Social Skills Group

6 Wednesdays this Spring 2018 Facilitated by CAPS Clinicians This 6-session Social Skills Group tailored for Stevens students focuses on refining social skills useful in everyday interactions including…

Location
11th Floor Conference
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Urban Farming is Growing Up: A Case Study in High Density Agriculture

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on February 28 with the talk "Urban Farming is Growing Up: A Case Study in High Density Agriculture" by Alex Rudnicki of AeroFarms. The green revolution…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Resume Writing

Learn how to create a resume that will be appealing to employers and enable you to make it past the 6 second scan! Students interested in joining the Co-op Program sign-up for a Resume Review with a Career…

Location
TBD
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Resume Writing

Learn how to create a resume that will be appealing to employers and enable you to make it past the 6 second scan! Students interested in joining the Co-op Program sign-up for a Resume Review with a Career…

Location
TBD
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

1 Mar 2018

Talks & Lectures

Discovering Precursors for use in Event Modeling & Forecasting

ABSTRACT Modeling and forecasting large-scale societal events such as civil unrest, disease outbreaks, and turmoil in economic markets is a key problem of interest to social scientists and policy makers…

Location
McLean 510

2 Mar 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Advanced Career Masters: Part Two: Investigate Your Identity Assets: Strong Personal Brand. Strong Narrative. Strong Techniques from CAPS…for use during your next interview

Join the Stevens Career Center in collaboration with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for the opportunity to identify your personal brand and narrate it through mock interviews with peers.…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Self-Assembled Peptide-Based Drugs and Biomaterials

ABSTRACT Biomaterials design in the 21st century has capitalized on novel architectures that promote three key design features: 1) providing a scaffold for tissue infiltration / regeneration, 2) displaying…

Location
McLean 515
Performing & Visual Arts

Honors Voice Recital

Stevens is proud to present its annual Honors Voice Recital. Featuring:Julia CahnMax CoolIan DiguilioYifeng LiGreg MercadoEmily RenjilianFei Wu Admission is free.

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

5 Mar 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

6 Mar 2018

Career Development

Career Masters: Professional Communications during the Internship and Job Search Process

What you say and how you say it and write it, really matters! You communicate your “professionalism” from the very first connection with the employer. The Career Center staff will provide you with…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Advanced Career Masters: Preparing a Career Action Plan

During this workshop, the Career Center staff will guide you in preparing a CAREER ACTION PLAN for developing a strategy to achieve short and long term goals. This session is open to graduate students…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

7 Mar 2018

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

TEDx Stevens Institute of Technology

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 | 4-6 p.m.    via livestream Join us for TEDx at Stevens In the spirit of "ideas worth spreading," TEDx is a program of local, independently organized events that bring people…

Location
Online via Livestream.com
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Social Skills Group

6 Wednesdays this Spring 2018 Facilitated by CAPS Clinicians This 6-session Social Skills Group tailored for Stevens students focuses on refining social skills useful in everyday interactions including…

Location
11th Floor Conference
Career Development

Advanced Career Masters: Optimize Your Resume by Using Optimal Resume, a Powerful On-line Tool

Optimal Resume is a comprehensive, web-based tool, which allows you to create, present and manage multiple resumes and cover letters in varied formats. https://stevens.optimalresume.com The resume you…

Location
Babbio 304
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Journey Across the Sustainability Strategy Bridge

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on March 7 with the talk "Journey Across the Sustainability Strategy Bridge" by William G. Russell of Transitioning to Green. Selecting the right strategy…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Interviewing Fundamentals

Nail the interview! It's all about the preparation...Learn how to make a great first impression. Gain exposure to commonly asked questions and insight into what employers are looking for in your answers…

Location
TBD
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Interviewing Fundamentals

Nail the interview! It's all about the preparation...Learn how to make a great first impression. Gain exposure to commonly asked questions and insight into what employers are looking for in your answers…

Location
TBD
Alumni, Conferences, Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures

Technologies of Frankenstein Conference

The College of Arts and Letters and the IEEE History Center present the conference titled, Technologies of Frankenstein, 1818-2018. The 200th anniversary year of the first edition of Mary Shelley’s …

Location
Howe Center, Bissinger Room
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

8 Mar 2018

Alumni, Conferences, Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures

Technologies of Frankenstein Conference

The College of Arts and Letters and the IEEE History Center present the conference titled, Technologies of Frankenstein, 1818-2018. The 200th anniversary year of the first edition of Mary Shelley’s …

Location
Howe Center, Bissinger Room

9 Mar 2018

Alumni, Conferences, Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures

Technologies of Frankenstein Conference

The College of Arts and Letters and the IEEE History Center present the conference titled, Technologies of Frankenstein, 1818-2018. The 200th anniversary year of the first edition of Mary Shelley’s …

Location
Howe Center, Bissinger Room

12 Mar 2018

Alumni

Stevens Alumni Association: EC Meeting

Join us for the March meeting of the Stevens Alumni Association.

Location
Wesley J. Howe Center

14 Mar 2018

Health & Wellness, Student Life

Social Skills Group

6 Wednesdays this Spring 2018 Facilitated by CAPS Clinicians This 6-session Social Skills Group tailored for Stevens students focuses on refining social skills useful in everyday interactions including…

Location
11th Floor Conference
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

20 Mar 2018

Alumni, Open to the Public, University-wide

An Evening of Irish Music

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day, An Evening of Irish Music will be held on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 8 p.m. NJSO musicians and the Hudson-Shannon Line collaborate to present a memorable evening of Irish…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

21 Mar 2018

Alumni, Student Life, Talks & Lectures

Thomas H. Scholl Lecture by Visiting Entrepreneurs with John Nehra

Creating an Enterprise Amidst Opportunity and Uncertainty About John Nehra Retired investment banker and venture capital executive John Nehra shares a venture capitalist’s perspective on creating companies…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium, Edwin A. Stevens Building
Health & Wellness

Social Skills Group

6 Wednesdays this Spring 2018 Facilitated by CAPS Clinicians This 6-session Social Skills Group tailored for Stevens students focuses on refining social skills useful in everyday interactions including…

Location
11th Floor Conference
Career Development

Advanced Career Masters: Be ready to Excel at Phone and Video Interviews

The Career Center has purchased a subscription to InterviewStream, an online practice interview system. Using a webcam, you will be able to: simulate a job interview by responding to pre-recorded interview…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Status and the Treatment Alternatives

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on March 21 with the talk "Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Status and the Treatment Alternatives" by George Hollerbach of BSI EHS Services and Solutions…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Personal Branding

Develop and effectively market your brand to employers. Learn how to optimize your LinkedIn profile and how your social media activity can impact your job search.

Location
TBD
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Personal Branding

Develop and effectively market your brand to employers. Learn how to optimize your LinkedIn profile and how your social media activity can impact your job search.

Location
TBD
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Doctoral Dialogues

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this informal discusssion group. Bring a coffee and enjoy FREE donuts provided by the PhD Network and Stevens Grad…

Location
Burchard Team Lounge
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

27 Mar 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Masters: Professionalism and Business Ethics: Making the Most of Your Internship

First impressions are very important and cannot be underestimated. There is a code of professional etiquette with regard to attire, demeanor, and interactions. Information will be shared about appropriate…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Advanced Career Masters: Salary Negotiations: What are YOU Worth? What is Your Value Proposition?

At this session, we will discuss the science and art of how and when to engage in salary negotiations. It take self-knowledge, research, skill and confidence.

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

28 Mar 2018

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

Changing Behaviors: A Lean Approach to Developing Sustainability Strategies

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on March 28 with the talk "Changing Behaviors: A Lean Approach to Developing Sustainability Strategies" by Sunila Gupta of Haley & Aldrich, Inc. Join…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: The Strategic Job Search

How do I make my application stand out? Learn job search strategies including how to network and how to best use keywords in order to access the job you want. Bring your laptop so that you can participate…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: The Strategic Job Search

How do I make my application stand out? Learn job search strategies including how to network and how to best use keywords in order to access the job you want. Bring your laptop so that you can participate…

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

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

4 Apr 2018

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

Is Science Sexist? with journalist Angela Saini

Journalist Angela Saini, who has a master’s in engineering from Oxford, will talk about her new book Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong and the New Research That's Rewriting The Story. Booklist calls…

Location
Kidde 228
Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Embedding Resilience and Sustainability Considerations at the City Level: Examples from Latin America

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on April 4 with the talk "Embedding Resilience and Sustainability Considerations at the City Level: Examples from Latin America" by Isabel Beltrán of…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Advanced Interviewing

Gain in-depth knowledge of the STAR Method of behavioral interviewing with examples provided. See how interviews are scored and what you need to do to achieve a high score! * Required workshop for students…

Location
TBD
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Advanced Interviewing

Gain in-depth knowledge of the STAR Method of behavioral interviewing with examples provided. See how interviews are scored and what you need to do to achieve a high score! * Required workshop for students…

Location
TBD
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

5 Apr 2018

Career Development

Communicating Professionally with Employers

Interested in knowing how to follow up with employers after the interview? Need tips on how to accept or decline a job offer in a professional manner? Learn the appropriate etiquette to utilize when communicating…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

10 Apr 2018

Career Development

Career Masters: What’s Next?

What’s your plan to achieve your goals?  Where do you hope to intern?  How can you make the most of summer 2018. This session will focus on YOU and the development of an action plan to achieve your goals…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

11 Apr 2018

Career Development

Insider’s Look: Obtaining Full-Time Employment during your Senior Year

Join us for a brief meeting about working with the Career Center on obtaining full-time employment during your senior year. Hear from graduating seniors regarding their experience with the job search process…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Democratizing Sustainable Business

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on April 11 with the talk "Democratizing Sustainable Business" by Dani Glaser of Green Team Spirit LLC. Sustainability drives business performance and…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Business Ethics & Networking

Not sure how to start a conversation? Inquire about an internship opportunity? Ask for advice from alumni? Learn proper business etiquette and accepted practices so you can navigate the job search process…

Location
TBD
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Business Ethics & Networking

Not sure how to start a conversation? Inquire about an internship opportunity? Ask for advice from alumni? Learn proper business etiquette and accepted practices so you can navigate the job search process…

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

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

12 Apr 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

14 Apr 2018

Alumni, Open to the Public, University-wide

Stevens Awards Gala

Join us on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the historic Plaza Hotel for the fifth Stevens Awards Gala, as we honor the remarkably accomplished alumni of Stevens Institute of Technology. Slip into your…

Location
The Plaza

17 Apr 2018

Career Development

Career Masters: Handshake Orientation for First Semester Graduate Students

This workshop is required to gain access to Stevens Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. The Career Center presenter will teach you how to navigate the system…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

18 Apr 2018

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

Corporate Sustainability Reporting: Transparency and Performance

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on April 18 with the talk "Corporate Sustainability Reporting: Transparency and Performance" by Harry Etra of CodeGreen Solutions. The trends in corporate…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Position Yourself for Success

Hear first-hand from a panel of successful seniors how they achieved their career goals! * Required workshop for students applying to the co-op program.  

Location
TBD
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Position Yourself for Success

Hear first-hand from a panel of successful seniors how they achieved their career goals! * Required workshop for students applying to the co-op program.  

Location
TBD
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Doctoral Dialogues

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this informal discusssion group. Bring a coffee and enjoy FREE donuts provided by the PhD Network and Stevens Grad…

Location
Burchard Team Lounge
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

20 Apr 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

21 Apr 2018

Open to the Public

Stevens Orchestra Spring Concert

April 21, 2018 at 8 p.m. Tickets: General Admission $7 / Students & Seniors $3 

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

23 Apr 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

25 Apr 2018

Career Development

Career Masters: Graduate Student “Professional Level” Resumes: Meeting Employer Expectations

The Career Center is in constant communication with employers who recruit Stevens Graduate Students. A this workshop, we will inform you about what they expect in a resume.  Along with a review of standardAmericanresumewritingpractices…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Redesigning Wilderness with journalist Emma Marris

Journalist Emma Marris will talk about her book Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World, which presents a radically optimistic vision of our evolving relationship with nature. Grist calls…

Location
Burchard Auditorium
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures, University-wide

Water Is...

The spring Sustainability Seminar Series concludes on April 25 with the talk "Water Is..." by George Korfiatis of Stevens Institute of Technology. This seminar presents a holistic picture of water as…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

28 Apr 2018

Open to the Public

Stevens Concert Band Spring Concert

April 28, 2018 at 8 p.m. Tickets: General Admission $7 / Students & Seniors $3 

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

1 May 2018

Career Development

Career Masters: Interviewing Types and Techniques for On-Campus Recruiting Success

To be well prepared for interviewing during phone interviews, video interviews, on-campus, and on-site interviews requires a great deal of self-knowledge, research, and skill. You will need to communicate…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

2 May 2018

Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

3 May 2018

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s new online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about your step-by-step guide to writing resumes and cover…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

4 May 2018

Open to the Public

Stevens Jazz Band Spring Concert

May 4, 2018 at 8 p.m. Tickets: General Admission $7 / Students & Seniors $3 

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

5 May 2018

Open to the Public

Stevens Choir Spring Concert

May 5, 2018 at 8 p.m. Tickets: General Admission $7 / Students & Seniors $3 

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

9 May 2018

Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

16 May 2018

Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

17 May 2018

Alumni, Open to the Public, University-wide

An Evening of Bach

Featuring an ensemble of NJSO players performing selections from J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

23 May 2018

Health & Wellness, Student Life

Basics of Emotional Well-Being

Join Dr. Eric Rose, Director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for this 3-week* course in the basics of emotional well-being. Topics covered will include an introduction to mindfulness…

Location
Howe Center, 11th Floor Conference Room

20 Jun 2018

Alumni, Athletics

15th Annual Stevens Athletics Golf Outing

Schedule of Events 6:45 - 7:15 a.m. - Check-in & Registration 7 - 7:45 a.m. - Breakfast 8 a.m. - Shotgun start wih a scramble format *Games of skill to be played on course *Lunch to follow with awards…

Location
Arcola Country Club

13 Jul 2018

Open to the Public

The Glass Menagerie

July 13 & 14, 2018 at 8 p.m. Illusion collides with reality, and hope with heartbreak, in this classic family drama by Tennessee Williams. Tickets: General Admission $5 / Students & Seniors $2

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

14 Jul 2018

Open to the Public

The Glass Menagerie

July 13 & 14, 2018 at 8 p.m. Illusion collides with reality, and hope with heartbreak, in this classic family drama by Tennessee Williams. Tickets: General Admission $5 / Students & Seniors $2

Location
DeBaun Auditorium