29 Jan 2020

Career Development

US Navy Information Session

The United States Navy offers various job specialties and some of the most diverse and challenging work environments in the world. Jobs include but are not limited to medical, computer networking/security…

Location
Calder Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Externship Reflection

The Career Center will be hosting an Open House for all student externs. This meeting provides students an opportunity to share and evaluate your externship experiences, reflect on what you have learned…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Masters: Career and Professional Readiness: Plan for Success

  Internship and job search begin with self-assessment. At this workshop, you will do a Career SWOT Analysis and develop a career ‘project plan’. You will identify your strengths and weaknesses for…

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

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Evaluation of Climate Change Resiliency for Critical Assets

by Mittul Patel, PE VP – BEM Systems, Inc. Abstract This topic will cover on how to incorporate climate change resiliency into infrastructure design. How to evaluate and incorporate climate change…

Location
Altorfer 501

30 Jan 2020

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 Room 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Surrogate-based Optimization and Analysis of Energy Harvesting Devices and Systems

by Dr. Shima Hajmirza, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Energy, Control and Optimization (ECO) lab at Texas A&M University Abstract New generations of solar cell devices…

Location
Babbio 541

31 Jan 2020

Career Development

Mini Career Conference for the Graduate Class of 2020: Review of Interviewing Techniques for Video and In-Person Interviews

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Mini Career Conference for the Graduate Class of 2020: Creative Resumes

Learn about a new platform for presenting what you have to offer

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Mini Career Conference for the Graduate Class of 2020: Orientation to Grad Handshake, GoinGlobal, InterviewStream, OptimalResume, VMock

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Mini Career Conference for the Graduate Class of 2020: Job Search Strategies

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

Designing Electrochemical Materials and Processes for Clean Transportation and Sustainable Chemical Manufacturing

by Miguel A. Modestino, New York University, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Abstract The need to decouple industrial processes from fossil energy sources only grows more urgent with the…

Location
BC 319

3 Feb 2020

Talks & Lectures

Biomedical Engineering: Creating Impact by Bridging Use-Inspired Research and Clinical Applications

by Dr. Marco Santello, Ph.D., Arizona State University Abstract Biomedical engineering is a highly inter-disciplinary field driven by technological and medical advances. The mission of biomedical engineering…

Location
Gateway 213

4 Feb 2020

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 Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Masters: Resources for Identifying Employers for Internships and Full Time Positions

  To be a competitive candidate, you need to keep up to date with industry trends, search for potential employers in your field, and get insights about companies that interest you and that you will be…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Advanced Career Masters: Advanced Resume Writing for the Class of 2020

Now that you are seeking full-time professional employment, you need to master the skill of preparing a resume that matches the actual position you are applying for. A focused resume leads to the greater…

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

Meet the Artist: Laine Nooney

Who's the artist?  Laine Nooney is an Assistant Professor of Media and Information Industries in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, where she specializes in the…

Location
Gateway South - Room 122

5 Feb 2020

Talks & Lectures

Air Force Research Laboratory Presentation

by Dr. Alex J. Aved Technical Advisor of Air Force Research Laboratory Abstract With heightened security concerns across the globe and the increasing need to monitor, preserve and protect infrastructure…

Location
Babbio Center 104
Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Conserving New Jersey’s Most Important Lands before Build-Out

by Eric Olsen, The Nature Conservancy Abstract New Jersey's Conservation Blueprint is the most comprehensive prioritization mapping project ever undertaken in the state. Starting in 2015, the New Jersey…

Location
Altorfer 501
Talks & Lectures

Improving the Interface with the Prosthesis

by William Craelius, PhD, Professor in Biomedical Engineering, Rutgers University Abstract The human neuromotor system rapidly learns and adapts to changing tasks. Adaptation to prosthetic limbs, therefore…

Location
McLean 120
Career Development

Grad Orientation to OCR and Handshake

This workshop is open only to graduate students who have completed their first semester at Stevens. Attends this workshops to meet the requirements for access to Handshake.

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
College of Arts and Letters

Employment-Ready Resumes

What's this workshop all about?  Preparing for the career fair? Found the perfect job but need help developing the perfect resume? By coming to the Employment-Ready Resumes workshop, you'll learn how…

Location
Morton 205

6 Feb 2020

Talks & Lectures

Toward the Design of AI/Hybrid Design Teams

by Professor Jonathan Cagan, George Tallman & Florence Barrett Ladd Professor in Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University Abstract Teams are assumed critical to engineering problem solving…

Location
Gateway North 204
Career Development

Graduate Class of 2020: Update your Resume for the Career Fair and Spring On-Campus Recruiting

At this hands-on workshop, you will have the opportunity to update your resume and receive feedback.

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
College of Arts and Letters

Crafting Cover Letters

What's this workshop all about?  A cover letter gives you the opportunity to tell your story beyond the quick-hits, one-page format of a resume. In this workshop, learn to tailor your cover letters to…

Location
Morton 205

7 Feb 2020

Alumni

Palm Beach Gardens Reception with President Farvardin

Please join President Nariman Farvardin, to hear the very latest on Stevens. Gather with local alumni and friends to learn more about Stevens’ exciting progress and plans for the future. Hosted by Phil…

Career Development

Undergraduate: Navigating the Career Fair & Speed Networking

Learn how to effectively navigate a career fair. We will discuss the steps to take before, during and after the career fair to make it a successful event in your career search. After the presentation…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Undergraduate: Navigating the Career Fair & Speed Networking

Learn how to effectively navigate a career fair. We will discuss the steps to take before, during and after the career fair to make it a successful event in your career search. After the presentation…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Wow Employers with an Impactful Elevator Pitch: Be Ready for the Career Fair and Networking Events

Prepare to introduce yourself to employers at the Spring Career Fair, employer information sessions, or at networking events. This 30-60 second intro about yourself will have a major factor in the employer's…

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

Creating Complexity in Materials via Synthetic Biology

by Melik Demirel, Pennsylvania State University, Materials Research and Huck Life Science Institutes Abstract Recent advances in the nanotechnology of 2D materials, combined with parallel improvements…

Location
EAS 230

10 Feb 2020

Admissions - Graduate

Department of Biomedical Engineering Prospective Student Q&A Session

BME graduate degree offerings provide research opportunities of great variety and scope. They also offer an unusual receptivity to different kinds of research interests, from the most immediate and practical…

11 Feb 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Preparing a Professional Resume

  This session will discuss ways to present academic and industry experiences through a results-oriented resume which will elevate your document to a professional level and meet employer expectations…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

12 Feb 2020

Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Linear Development and Changing Face of Energy and Infrastructure

by Adam J. Zellner, President, Greener by Design Abstract With climate change and resiliency becoming an increasing part of our lexicon it is critical that we begin to plan our infrastructure for the…

Location
Altorfer 501

13 Feb 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Much Ado About Nothing

Come join us for Shakespear's crackling comedy of wit, love, and the double-edged sword of deception. Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9 p.m. Friday, February 14, 2020 at 8 p.m. Saturday, February 15…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Career Development

Charles River Development Information Session

Join representatives from Charles River Development to learn about their full time, internship, and co-op opportunities!   They will be discussing and recruiting for the available positions. Be sure to…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

14 Feb 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Much Ado About Nothing

Come join us for Shakespear's crackling comedy of wit, love, and the double-edged sword of deception. Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9 p.m. Friday, February 14, 2020 at 8 p.m. Saturday, February 15…

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
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Admissions - Graduate

Department of Computer Science Prospective Student Q&A Session

Earn one of the most desirable degrees by drilling down to what interests you most. Our highly customizable computer science master’s program provides advanced, sophisticated training for both professional…

15 Feb 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Much Ado About Nothing

Come join us for Shakespear's crackling comedy of wit, love, and the double-edged sword of deception. Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9 p.m. Friday, February 14, 2020 at 8 p.m. Saturday, February 15…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

18 Feb 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Professional Communications - Cover Letters and E-Correspondence

  What you say and how you say it, matters. Candidates for positions need to communicate professionalism from the very first contact with the employer. Topics include tips for writing professional cover…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

US Navy Information Session

The United States Navy offers various job specialties and some of the most diverse and challenging work environments in the world. Jobs include but are not limited to medical, computer networking/security…

Location
Calder Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

19 Feb 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Ducks on Display Talent Show

Come and enjoy the varied talents of the Stevens student body - spoken word, music, singing, dancing, and much more! Our new annual tradition is featuring nearly 2 dozen acts! Tickets: Free

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

Career Development Workshop Series - Writing Your Golden Ticket: Essentials to Job Applications

Your resume along with cover letters, transcripts and references are key documents in your job search. Find out how to get past the 6 second scan and write your golden ticket to success! Open to Stevens…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Writing Your Golden Ticket: Essentials to Job Applications

Your resume along with cover letters, transcripts and references are key documents in your job search. Find out how to get past the 6 second scan and write your golden ticket to success! Open to Stevens…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: 30 Years on the Front-Lines For Today’s Zero-Waste Circular Economy

by Kendall Christiansen, Principal, Gaia Strategies Abstract As the world struggles with growing production of products and their wastes, new broad-scale concepts about zero-waste and circular economy…

Location
Altorfer 501

20 Feb 2020

College of Arts and Letters

Nailing the Thesis Statement

What's this workshop all about?  It’s the most important part of an essay. It’s your ticket to success in writing. It’s the thesis statement. Come practice concrete methods of writing specific,…

Location
Morton 205

21 Feb 2020

University-wide

Founder's Day Soiree

Please join us for this unique and memorable opportunity to mingle with colleagues and alumni as we explore the history of Stevens. The Soiree will feature interactive displays, new exhibits, and tours…

Location
Samuel C. Williams Library

24 Feb 2020

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 Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
College of Arts and Letters

Creating Computing Citizens: American History from the User Up

For the Science, Technology and Society Speaker Series, Dr. Joy Rankin, a historian of computing, will present the talk, "Creating Computing Citizens: American History from the User Up." What does it…

Location
Location: To Be Announced

25 Feb 2020

Career Development

Career Masters: Managing Expectations and Dealing with Job Search Anxiety

  This workshop will cover a variety of topics including understanding how to deal with interview and job search stress. You will gain insight as to how to “stay calm” during the spiral of anxiety…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

26 Feb 2020

Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Interviewing Techniques

Nail the interview! It's all about the preparation...Learn how to make a great first impression, answer behavioral questions, and navigate tough unexpected questions. You will learn how to tell your story…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Writing Your Golden Ticket: Essentials to Job Applications

Your resume along with cover letters, transcripts and references are key documents in your job search. Find out how to get past the 6 second scan and write your golden ticket to success! Open to Stevens…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Green Infrastructure for Flood Control

by Ray Hyland, Brown and Caldwell Abstract This talk will highlight resiliency projects from San Francisco, Boston, and Atlanta. Cites are facing more risk to damaging floods as storms become more intense…

Location
Altorfer 501
College of Arts and Letters

Elevator Pitches

What's this workshop all about?  “Ding!” That’s my floor. Did you leave an impression or not? Come learn how to highlight your most marketable skills in a succinct and powerful manner. What's the…

Location
Morton 205

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

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

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

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

6 Mar 2020

Performing & Visual Arts

Honors Voice Recital

Featuring the students of Bethany Reeves Tickets: Free

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

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

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

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

16 May 2020

Admissions - Undergraduate, Open to the Public

Stevens Math Olympiad

The 2020 Stevens Math Olympiad date is Saturday, May 16, 2020. Registration is required for this event. Registration will open in late February/early March. If you would like to be placed on a 2020 Stevens…

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