Why Stevens

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The views are exceptional. So are the opportunities.

Minutes from New York City — and all its promise and opportunity — Stevens is delivering exceptional outcomes every day, from internships and co-ops to that first real job.

Collaborative > Cutthroat

Success in our complex, tech-driven world requires industry knowledge and soft skills. At Stevens, you learn both.

Industry Knowledge + Human Skill

An entrepreneurial mindset, a collaborative culture and a passion for change add up to a transformative university.
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Inventing world-changing solutions in the Jersey-verse.

Stevens is putting Hoboken on the map. Our 17 research centers and labs — offering research opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students — operate on the leading edge of fields including resilience, sustainability, quantum engineering, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, fintech and healthcare.

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Greening the Grid

The power grids that light and power our homes and business are evolving to become more reliable and equitable. Stevens researchers are helping engineer that future.

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Understanding and Empowering Disabled Tech Users

Computer science professor Jonggi Hong brings his passion for helping people with disabilities to Stevens.

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Stevens Joins QCI to Ring Nasdaq Closing Bell, Celebrating Joint Quantum Venture

University-developed technologies will be leveraged to develop robust quantum communication products and services.

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We power the future. Including yours.

Every Stevens major is infused with technology. It’s what makes us a leader in national outcomes. Collaborative, project-based learning helps you build critical management skills, as well as in-demand expertise and a powerful network to achieve your career goals.

Stevens graduate Marques Brownlee '15

Marques Brownlee '15

Marques Brownlee ’15 is a leading tech influencer, with more than 3 billion video views and millions of social followers. Google called him "one of the best technology reviewers on the planet."

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Danielle Preziuso Ph.D. '23

Currently enrolled Ph.D. student Danielle Preziuso examines new green-energy technologies through a number of lenses, including societal equity.

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Michael Fabiano '93

Michael Fabiano ’93, head of the Americas Business at The Associated Press, turned a mechanical engineering degree into a career in media.

We’re not a big school. Unless you’re talking impact.

Small school. Big impact. Stevens is creating a buzz in research, curricula and educational access. But it also fosters your individual journey, strengthened by the connections you make and the breadth of your experiences — in and out of the classroom.

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Crafting the Future of Fintech

Learn more about CRAFT and the challenges it's designed to overcome.

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iSTEM@Stevens is our novel, four-year entrepreneurship coaching program designed to transform budding talent into future leaders and game-changers.

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Increasing Access to STEM

Stevens’ dual-enrollment program encourages underserved students to experience and consider academic careers.