Stevens Announces New 10-Year Strategic Plan
Stevens Institute of Technology announced today that its Board of Trustees approved the university’s new 10-year strategic plan, Stevens 2032: Inspired by Humanity, Powered by Technology.
"Propelled by the activities embedded in this plan, Stevens will continue its ascent to become a national and global leader in technology-centric education and research,” said President Nariman Farvardin and Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Jianmin Qu in a joint announcement. "With a renewed focus on enhancing our students’ experience and success and by amplifying our impact through research and innovation, we will elevate the university’s academic reputation and strengthen the connections among our community."
The plan is the result of an intensive and inclusive process led by the Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Committee members collected, evaluated and synthesized hundreds of inputs from many members of the Stevens community.
Stevens 2032: Inspired by Humanity, Powered by Technology sets an ambitious course for the next decade to achieve a shared vision for the future:
By 2032, Stevens will be a national and global leader in technology-centric education and research, serving as a magnet for exceptional students from all backgrounds who will fuel the innovation economy and for world-class faculty who create knowledge and technologies that transform the future.
"We are enormously grateful to the Strategic Planning Steering Committee and to the hundreds of members of the university community — faculty, staff, students, alumni, the Faculty Senate, the President’s Leadership Council, the Board of Trustees, as well as friends and partners — for improving this plan through your thoughtful input and feedback,” said Farvardin and Qu. "With your continued engagement, Stevens will, again, reach for the stars."
Members of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee included:
Dr. Jianmin Qu, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs (Chair)
Dr. Jan Cannizzo, Teaching Assistant Professor and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Department of Mathematical Sciences
Dr. Constantin Chassapis, Senior Vice Provost for Graduate Education
Ms. Cindy Chin, Associate Provost
Dr. Lindsey Cormack, Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Letters
Ms. Dawn da Silva, Associate Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement
Dr. Alexander De Rosa, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Ms. Justine DiNardo-Lim, Director of Planning and Design, Division of Facilities and Campus Operations
Dr. Paul Grogan, Assistant Professor, School of Systems and Enterprises
Dr. Muhammad Hajj, Chair, Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering, Director of Davidson Laboratory, and George Meade Bond Professor
Dr. Elaine Henry, Associate Professor, School of Business
Dr. Dilhan M. Kalyon, Vice Provost for Research and Innovation
Dr. Sara Klein, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
Ms. Beth McGrath, Vice President for University Relations and Chief of Staff
Ms. Susan Metz, Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Dr. Alicia Muth Ph.D. ’22, Graduate Student
Dr. Jeffrey Nickerson, Professor and Steven Shulman '62 Endowed Chair for Business Leadership, School of Business
Dr. Philip Odonkor, Assistant Professor, School of Systems and Enterprises
Ms. Maria Sinaileen Ouckama, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources
Mr. Michael Parente, Assistant Vice President for Information Technology
Ms. Theresa Pascoe, Assistant Vice President for Financial Planning, Budgeting and Analysis
Dr. Dibyendu “Dibs” Sarkar, Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering, Chair of the Faculty Senate
Ms. Susmitha Shailesh ’22, Undergraduate Student
Dr. Wendy Wang, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science
Ms. Jacqueline Williams, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions
Dr. Antonia Zaferiou, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Dr. David Zeng, Vice Provost for Academic Innovation and Faculty Affairs