20 Feb 2019

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job search…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Writing Your Golden Ticket: Essentials to Job Applications (Session 1)

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! Attend either…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Writing Your Golden Ticket: Essentials to Job Applications (Session 2)

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! Attend either…

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

Sustainable Future of Energy

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on February 20 with the talk "Sustainable…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate

Pointillist History

Historians deploy a variety of methods in pursuing historical research. Popular over the last generation, microhistories, for example, delve into specific incidents in order to extract larger understandings…

Location
Richardson Room (Morton 324)
Talks & Lectures

From Band Gaps to Bound Excitons: Disentangling Optical Transitions in TMDCs Even at Nanoscale Dimensions

ABSTRACT By using plasmonics for nano-optical spectroscopic imaging, we cross the boundary from insufficient to sufficient resolution, mapping critical optoelectronic properties in the exciting transition…

Location
Carnegie 315

On Progress in Medicine and Other Practical Sciences

Science and progress are terms that are firmly connected in modern times. Modernity is assumed to be a time of progress, which includes scientific progress in medicine, among others. This presentation…

Location
Morton 324
Talks & Lectures

Multiscale Medical Robotics for Advanced Healthcare

ABSTRACT Advances in biology and medicine require enabling technologies for manipulation and characterization of tissues, single cells and even sub-cellular structures. The past decade has witnessed a…

Location
Babbio 310

21 Feb 2019

Admissions - Graduate, Alumni, Conferences, Student Life, University-wide

Graduate Research Conference

Please join us on February 21-22 at the 14th annual Graduate Research Conference, an event where current Stevens’ Ph.D.  and Master's students share their research with the Stevens’ community as a…

Location
Bissinger room, Howe Center & Babbio Center Atrium
Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Reading of the Vagina Monologues

Tickets: $5 at door Join the global movement to stop violence against women and girls with our 19th annual Reading of The Vagina Monologues, written by Eve Ensler. All proceeds go to charity.

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Alumni

Stevens Rainbow Connection

Join the brand new the LGBTQ Alumni Group, Stevens Rainbow Connection, for a speed networking event with current student on Thursday, February 21, at 6:30 pm on the 4th floor of the Babbio Building.

Location
4th Floor, Babbio
Career Development

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

This 90 minute workshop will cover resume writing, interviewing, the Stevens On-Campus Interview Program and how to navigate the Handshake system.  Attendance at this workshop meets the requirements for…

Location
Fielding

22 Feb 2019

Admissions - Graduate, Alumni, Conferences, Student Life, University-wide

Graduate Research Conference

Please join us on February 21-22 at the 14th annual Graduate Research Conference, an event where current Stevens’ Ph.D.  and Master's students share their research with the Stevens’ community as a…

Location
Bissinger room, Howe Center & Babbio Center Atrium
Talks & Lectures

Autonomous Robots Theory and Implementation for Real-Field Autonomy

ABSTRACT This talk will present theory and implementation of robots for autonomy in real fields. The theoretical contributions of the speaker to autonomous robotics research includes Bayesian search,…

Location
Carnegie 315
Talks & Lectures

Making Fuel from Air

ABSTRACT Hydrocarbon fuels can be produced through reduction of captured CO2 utilizing wind, solar and/or other renewable energy sources. All the technologies needed for such renewable fuels production—namely…

Location
EAS 230
Talks & Lectures

Allocating Scarce Societal Resources Based on Predictions of Outcomes

ABSTRACT Demand for resources that are collectively controlled or regulated by society, like social services or organs for transplantation, typically far outstrips supply. How should these scarce resources…

Location
McLean 510

25 Feb 2019

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job search…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Open to the Public, Talks & Lectures

The Exemplary Indigenous: Masculine Genes and Deep Human History in 1960s Brazil

This talk examines the lasting influence of a charismatic Indigenous leader on human geneticists’ scientific imaginary. Already famous in Brazil when a team of researchers arrived to study his village…

Location
Richardson Room, Morton 324
Career Development

Align Information Session

We are seeking innovative minds to establish and strengthen our team and deliver high-quality, state-of-the-art technology solutions for our enterprise and boutique clients. Join us for our February 25th…

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center

26 Feb 2019

Career Development

Career Masters: Resume Critique Session

Get feedback on your resume!  Bring your resume and a job description and we will determine the match! This session will provide the opportunity for resume review and critique and will re-enforce how to…

Location
Bissinger

Sports, Cats, Unauthorized Happenings, and Interactive Experiences

Sports, Cats, Unauthorized Happenings, and Interactive Experiences Speaker: Jason Eppink   Visual Arts and Technology Spring Lecture Series   February 26, 2019 5:30 - 6:30 pm Babbio 104

Career Development

Align Information Session

Speak with representatives from Align regarding multiple opportunities. Seeking: Computer Related Majors Recruiting For: Full-time Roles  

Location
Fielding, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Talks & Lectures

Computational Argumentation and Intelligent Decision Making

ABSTRACT Decision making is a fundamental requirement of any intelligent autonomous system. Our lives require a sequence of decisions about what to do, where to do it and who to do it with, and the same…

Location
McLean 510

27 Feb 2019

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: Career Exploration & Learning

We will teach you strategies and techniques on how to figure out what you want to do for you career. Take a Career Inventory to assess how your values and interests. Open to Stevens undergraduate students…

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

The Art of Science: Engineering

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on February 27 with the talk "The Art of…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate

Presidential Unilateral Nuclear Launch Authority: Its Past, Present, and Possible Futures

Alex Wellerstein, an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Letters, will be discussing whether the US President should have unilateral authority to launch nuclear weapons. Under current US practice…

Talks & Lectures

Intelligent Control for Autonomous Systems

ABSTRACT Autonomous systems are making a profound impact on humanity and are transforming our society. As one step towards full autonomy, intelligent control methods play a crucial rule in the design…

Location
Carnegie 315

28 Feb 2019

Career Development

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

This 90 minute workshop will cover resume writing, interviewing, the Stevens On-Campus Interview Program and how to navigate the Handshake system.  Attendance at this workshop meets one of the requirements…

Location
Fielding
Talks & Lectures

AI-Infused Service Management and Optimization

ABSTRACT Trends in big data and emergence of cognitive computing are powering intelligence in cloud platforms. Cognitive cloud platforms emerge as systems which embody human-like reasoning in order to…

Location
Babbio 219
Talks & Lectures

Drivers Wanted: Cellular Delivery of Anti-Cancer Therapeutics in the Circulation

ABSTRACT Metastasis contributes to over 90 percent of cancer-related deaths. Many types of cancer metastasize via the bloodstream, where circulating tumor cells (CTCs) originating from the primary tumor…

Location
Carnegie 316

1 Mar 2019

Alumni

Houston Alumni Club March Happy Hour

Join the Houston Alumni Club for a casual happy hour! Reconnect with Stevens and meet new Houston Stevens alumni friends!

Location
Fuego’s Saloon

4 Mar 2019

Talks & Lectures

Strong Regularity, Newton's Method and Model Predictive Control

ABSTRACT We consider a finite-horizon continuous-time optimal control problem with nonlinear dynamics, an integral cost, control constraints and a parameter which represents uncertainty. After a discretization…

Location
Peirce 218

5 Mar 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Financial Analytics Master's Degree

The Stevens master’s in Financial Analytics is data science for Wall Street — a unique blend of high-tech analytical and modeling skills matched with a management perspective. When you complete the…

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Information Systems Master's Program

Today's information systems manager needs to have a thorough command not only of technology, but of business, and the way employees use technology to get the job done. At Stevens, the 36-credit Information…

Health & Wellness

De-Stressing With Art

Spring 2019 First Tuesday of the Month beginning February 5th Hayden Lounge 5:30 - 6:30 Facilitated by CAPS, Student Life and Residence Life

Location
Hayden Lounge
Career Development

Career Masters: Interviewing Types and Techniques

During this session, the graduate student will be familiarized with the different types of interviews a candidate may experience and will be introduced to the skills needed for successful interviewing…

Location
Bissinger

6 Mar 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Stevens MBA

The Stevens MBA draws upon Stevens’ leadership in developing technology-driven solutions to the complex problems of business and society. Here, you’ll learn to lead enterprise-wide projects, motivate…

Talks & Lectures

"Sustainability is Not a 'Thing;' it is a 'Way'"

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on March 6 with the talk ""Sustainability…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Talks & Lectures

Design of Therapeutic Biomaterials for Inflammatory Modulation

The Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science at Stevens launched the Frontiers of Science, Technology, and Engineering Research (FoSTER) seminar series in Spring 2019. The aim of the…

Location
EAS 222

7 Mar 2019

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job search…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

9 Mar 2019

CAL Dean's Lecture: The Soulfulness of David Bowie

This event will require attendees to RSVP. Please check back, as the RSVP link will be available shortly.  The College of Arts and Letters invites you to join us for an intimate conversation on the influence…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium
Talks & Lectures, University-wide

BlueHack Against Human Trafficking

Stevens Institute of Technology is proud to be the hub university for the IBM/United Nations/Fundación Pasos Libres BlueHack Against Human Trafficking, a hackathon aimed at developing technologies to…

Location
Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Center

10 Mar 2019

Talks & Lectures, University-wide

BlueHack Against Human Trafficking

Stevens Institute of Technology is proud to be the hub university for the IBM/United Nations/Fundación Pasos Libres BlueHack Against Human Trafficking, a hackathon aimed at developing technologies to…

Location
Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Center

11 Mar 2019

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system.  Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

12 Mar 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Network & Communication Management & Services Master's Program

A shift in the telecommunications and media industry has brought new, nontraditional players — like Apple, Amazon and Google — to the competitive arena. These companies are searching for new ways to…

Career Development

Career Masters: Interview Critique Session

During this interactive session, attendees will have the opportunity to clarify the message they need to convey during the interview and will review and critique their InterviewStream on-line practice…

Location
Fielding

13 Mar 2019

Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series: Business Etiquette & Communication (Session 1)

Learn proper business etiquette and accepted practices so you can navigate the job search process successfully and build a strong network of professionals. Session 1 and Session 2 are the same. You only…

Location
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Business Etiquette & Communication (Session 2)

Learn proper business etiquette and accepted practices so you can navigate the job search process successfully and build a strong network of professionals. Session 1 and Session 2 are the same. You only…

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

Energy Storage

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on March 13 with the talk "Energy Storage…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate

Breaking the Musical Code

Breaking the Musical Code  Carlos Alomar College of Arts and Letters' Humanities Forum 

Talks & Lectures, University-wide

What It Takes to Build a Successful Company While Still in School

The Stevens Venture Center welcomes, Kevin Barresi, co-founder and chief technology officer of FinTech Studios. Kevin is the poster child of success for the Stevens Venture Center and for entrepreneurship…

Location
Fielding Room, Howe Center

14 Mar 2019

Alumni, Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

OnStage at Stevens Presents: "A Celebration of Women"

As part of Women’s History Month, the NJSO Chamber Players present music by women composers throughout history and explore their resounding impact on classical music today. More information and tickets

Location
DeBaun Auditorium, Edwin A. Stevens Hall

19 Mar 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Financial Analytics Master's Degree

The Stevens master’s in Financial Analytics is data science for Wall Street — a unique blend of high-tech analytical and modeling skills matched with a management perspective. When you complete the…

20 Mar 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Stevens MBA

The Stevens MBA draws upon Stevens’ leadership in developing technology-driven solutions to the complex problems of business and society. Here, you’ll learn to lead enterprise-wide projects, motivate…

23 Mar 2019

Alumni

Wisconsin Alumni Club Bowling

Join the Wisconsin Alumni Club for an afternoon of bowling! One game will be sponsored by the Stevens Alumni Association. Register today to reserve your spot!

Location
Landmark Lanes

26 Mar 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Information Systems Master's Program

Today's information systems manager needs to have a thorough command not only of technology, but of business, and the way employees use technology to get the job done. At Stevens, the 36-credit Information…

Career Development

Internship & Co-op Virtual Career Fair

The CEIA will sponsor the Internships and Co-op Virtual Career Fair on March 26, 2019. The event is open to all Stevens students and alumni since the Stevens Career Center is a CEIA member institution…

Career Development

Career Masters: Professionalism and Ethical Standards

Professionalism and Ethnical Standards: Attire, Behavior, Speech, Demeanor, and Interactions. Understanding business etiquette and professional expectations are critical to securing a position and being…

Location
Fielding

27 Mar 2019

Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Create a Quacktastic LinkedIn

LinkedIn is an effective resource to use during your job search! Learn how to enhance your online presence and to best brand yourself. Bring your laptop to this interactive presentation! Open to Stevens…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - You Got the Offer! Now What?

Congratulations! What should you do next? Whether it’s for an internship, co-op or job, we will cover salary & benefit package evaluation, salary negotiation techniques, and how to navigate difficult…

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

Sustainability and Resilience Planning at the Local Level

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on March 27 with the talk "Sustainability…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate
Talks & Lectures

A Modular "Molecular Composite" Electrolyte Platform Based on a Double Helix Polyelectrolyte

ABSTRACT Collective intermolecular interactions can give rise to surprising material properties. I will describe a new class of materials ‒ "molecular ionic composites" (MICs) ‒ which simultaneously…

Location
Carnegie 315

29 Mar 2019

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job search…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Alumni

Welcome Seniors 2019

Annual celebration and welcoming of graduating seniors into the Stevens Alumni Association! Please note, due to space restrictions, this event is only open to Stevens graduating seniors and Stevens Alumni…

Location
Bissinger Room

1 Apr 2019

Alumni, Athletics

Annual Athletics Dinner at Amanda's Restaurant

Stevens Athletics invites you to join us for our Annual Fundraising Dinner. This event will be held at Amanda's Restaurant and features a five-course meal with wine pairings for each course. Tickets are…

Location
Amanda's Restaurant

2 Apr 2019

Health & Wellness

De-Stressing With Art

Spring 2019 First Tuesday of the Month beginning February 5th Hayden Lounge 5:30 - 6:30 Facilitated by CAPS, Student Life and Residence Life

Location
Hayden Lounge
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 connection with employer. Topics include: tips for writing cover letters and emails…

Location
Bissinger

3 Apr 2019

Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Position Yourself for Success

Hear first-hand from students who have achieved their career goals from internships, co-op, and research projects to full-time employement. What did they do to achieve success? Find out during this interactive…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - To Graduate School & Beyond

Interested in grad school? This is a one-stop shop session that will prepare you to be a competitive candidate. We will go over the application requirements and process and what you should be doing now…

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

Challenges for Sustainable Clean Water Supply

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on April 3 with the talk "Challenges for…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate

4 Apr 2019

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job search…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

5 Apr 2019

Alumni

DSAAC Spring 2019 Show Happy Hour

Join fellow Stevens Dramatic Society alumni for a happy hour before the spring SDS production of, "The Drowsy Chaperone." Light food and refreshments will be served before the group heads to the show together…

Location
4th Floor, Babbio Center

6 Apr 2019

Admissions - Graduate

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 15-minute ferry or commuter train ride from Midtown Manhattan…

Location
Babbio Center, Hoboken, NJ

9 Apr 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Information Systems Master's Program

Today's information systems manager needs to have a thorough command not only of technology, but of business, and the way employees use technology to get the job done. At Stevens, the 36-credit Information…

Career Development

Undergraduate: Career Center Orientation

This workshop is mandatory to gain access to Handshake, the Career Center’s online job listing and campus recruiting system. Learn more about the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job search…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center
Career Development

Career Masters: Job Search Strategies

An effective job search requires planning and strategizing. You need a plan of action! It takes time, research,and effort to find and attain employment. At this session, attendees will learn ways to identify…

Location
Fielding

10 Apr 2019

Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Business Etiquette & Communication with Guest Speaker David Vincente from BD

Learn proper business etiquette and accepted practices so you can navigate the job search process successfully and build a strong network of professionals. Open to undergraduates. Bring your student…

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

Climate-Resilient Water Management in New York City

Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected] The spring Sustainability Seminar Series continues on April 10 with the talk "Climate-Resilient…

Location
Altorfer 501 and online via Blackboard Collaborate

From the Bride of Frankenstein to Holograms

In Mary Shelley’s great work, Frankenstein, or the New Prometheus, Victor Frankenstein sought to create a perfect ‘superman’ by stitching together and reanimating pre-existing body parts. His intention…

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

Mr. Bruce March: R&D Pathways for the Future Energy System

Mr. Bruce H. March President, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company  R&D Pathways for the Future Energy System Abstract: The dual energy challenge – to provide energy to a growing global middle…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

12 Apr 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Stevens Spring Voice Recital

Admission is free.

Location
Ondrick Music Room, Wesley J. Howe Center, 4th Fl.

13 Apr 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Stevens Orchestra Spring Concert

Tickets: General Admission $7/Students & Seniors $3

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

16 Apr 2019

Career Development

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

  Networking is the most effective way to attain 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 Profile…

Location
Bissinger

17 Apr 2019

Career Development

Career Development Workshop Series - Preparing for your Senior Year: Class of 2020

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
Bissinger Room, 4th Floor Howe Center

18 Apr 2019

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 the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

22 Apr 2019

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 the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

23 Apr 2019

Career Development

Career Masters: Orientation to the On-Campus Interview Program and the Handshake System for First Semester Graduate Students

The Stevens Career Center offers employers the opportunity to interview on-campus candidates for potential internships and full time positions. Stevens Handshake is the system which employers use to post…

Location
Bissinger

27 Apr 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Stevens Concert Band Spring Concert

Tickets: General Admission $7/Students & Seniors $3

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

30 Apr 2019

Career Development

Career Masters: Handshake Profile Review and Critique

As a follow up to the OCI and Handshake Orientation session, we will review what employers look for in the Handshake profile and how they evaluate resumes when selecting candidates for interviews. Candidates…

Location
Bissinger

1 May 2019

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 the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

3 May 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Stevens Jazz Band Spring Concert

Tickets: General Admission $7/Students & Seniors $3

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

4 May 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Stevens Choir Spring Concert

Tickets: General Admission $7/Students & Seniors $3

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

6 May 2019

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 the Career Center, and how to conduct a successful job…

Location
Fielding Room, 3rd Floor Howe Center

7 May 2019

Admissions - Graduate, School of Business, School of Business - Admission Events

Webinar: Information Systems Master's Program

Today's information systems manager needs to have a thorough command not only of technology, but of business, and the way employees use technology to get the job done. At Stevens, the 36-credit Information…

Health & Wellness

De-Stressing With Art

Spring 2019 First Tuesday of the Month beginning February 5th Hayden Lounge 5:30 - 6:30 Facilitated by CAPS, Student Life and Residence Life

Location
Hayden Lounge

18 May 2019

Admissions - Undergraduate, Open to the Public

Stevens Math Olympiad

Online registration will open Friday, March 8 and close Monday, April 29. The Stevens Math Olympiad is a mathematics competition for students in grades 3-12 that entails solving mathematical and logical…

Location
Edwin A. Stevens Bldg, Babbio, Burchard

31 May 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

OnStage at Stevens Presents: "An Evening of Mozart"

Experience Mozart’s 40th symphony as it crackles with a powerful dramatic tension, a musical “appeal to eternity” as his life was cut short far too soon. More information and tickets

Location
DeBaun Auditorium, Edwin A. Stevens Hall

12 Jun 2019

Alumni, Conferences, Open to the Public

The 5th Stevens Conference on Bacteria-Material Interactions

Stevens Institute of Technology hosted the 5th Stevens Conference on Bacteria-Material Interactions. The objective of this conference is to identify and address the scientific and technical issues that…

Location
Stevens Institute of Technology, Babbio Center

13 Jun 2019

Alumni, Conferences, Open to the Public

The 5th Stevens Conference on Bacteria-Material Interactions

Stevens Institute of Technology hosted the 5th Stevens Conference on Bacteria-Material Interactions. The objective of this conference is to identify and address the scientific and technical issues that…

Location
Stevens Institute of Technology, Babbio Center

14 Jun 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

A Walk in the Woods

Admission is free. Lee Blessing’s Cold War-era play about the unlikely friendship between a Russian and an American engaged in arms control negotiations poses a question: is the human capacity for wisdom…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

15 Jun 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

A Walk in the Woods

Admission is free. Lee Blessing’s Cold War-era play about the unlikely friendship between a Russian and an American engaged in arms control negotiations poses a question: is the human capacity for wisdom…

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

21 Jun 2019

School of Business, Conferences, Talks & Lectures

Blockchain and the Digital Marketplace

The security, data preservation and networking capabilities of blockchain made it ideally suited to solve some of the immediate issues surrounding digital currencies. Now, those features are putting blockchain…

Location
Babbio Center 122, Stevens Institute of Technology

27 Jun 2019

School of Business, Conferences

HF2019: Annual Conference on High-Frequency Finance and Analytics

The eighth annual Conference on High Frequency Finance and Analytics will focus on sharing the latest research and model applications for data sampled with high frequency. This year, we are encouraging…

Location
Babbio Center, 525 River St., Hoboken, NJ

28 Jun 2019

School of Business, Conferences

HF2019: Annual Conference on High-Frequency Finance and Analytics

The eighth annual Conference on High Frequency Finance and Analytics will focus on sharing the latest research and model applications for data sampled with high frequency. This year, we are encouraging…

Location
Babbio Center, 525 River St., Hoboken, NJ

29 Jun 2019

School of Business, Conferences

HF2019: Annual Conference on High-Frequency Finance and Analytics

The eighth annual Conference on High Frequency Finance and Analytics will focus on sharing the latest research and model applications for data sampled with high frequency. This year, we are encouraging…

Location
Babbio Center, 525 River St., Hoboken, NJ

5 Jul 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Acting Workshop Scene Presentations

Admission is free.

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

6 Jul 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Acting Workshop Scene Presentations

Admission is free.

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

19 Jul 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Almost, Maine

Tickets: General Admission $5 / Students & Seniors $2 John Cariani’s gently surreal collection of vignettes on love and loss skips sentimentality to go straight to the heart.

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

20 Jul 2019

Open to the Public, Performing & Visual Arts

Almost, Maine

Tickets: General Admission $5 / Students & Seniors $2 John Cariani’s gently surreal collection of vignettes on love and loss skips sentimentality to go straight to the heart.

Location
DeBaun Auditorium

25 Jul 2019

Admissions - Graduate

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 15-minute ferry or commuter train ride from Midtown Manhattan…

Location
Babbio Center, Hoboken, NJ