The Climate Is Changing. Stevens Is Helping Plan and Adapt.

Arctic summers haven’t been this warm in more than one thousand centuries. Both of the planet’s ice caps are melting far more quickly than  previously believed. Texans lost power for a week during a devastating February cold snap, just five months after enduring record-rainfall storms.

Electric Vehicle Owners: There's A New App for That

Growing up in Hudson County, New Jersey, Mohammed Elmzaghi '21 was inspired by iPods, graphic design and the short films he made with his younger brother. His heroes were innovators like Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, British inventor James Dyson — and Nikola Tesla, who famously hoped to make energy free (and freely accessible) to the general public.

How Stevens Is Supporting the National Pivot to Cleaner Infrastructure, Energy

In January 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden issued an executive order calling for new national infrastructure to support cleaner, lower-emissions energy. In February an order prioritizing electric vehicles (EVs) followed, and in March officials announced sweeping commitments to study and build new U.S. wind power facilities — with special emphasis on the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region.

Stevens Institute of Technology is perfectly positioned to assist in that process.

Champion for Green Infrastructure, Champion in the Pool

Dan Rosenberger '20 grew up inland, just west of Philadelphia, but he lives for water.

In the pool he consistently excelled during a four-year undergraduate career at Stevens. Rosenberger helped power the men's squad to four consecutive conference titles and was selected as an all-Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) team athlete in his senior year. The team set a conference record for points in a championship meet in 2020, the final event of his career.

Sustainable Stevens: How the University Is Helping Plan A Greener Future

When Stevens Institute of Technology announced it would begin sourcing all campus electricity entirely from local renewable energy sources beginning in fall 2021, it placed Stevens in a very small class of universities in the U.S. to formalize such a commitment.

Stevens Senior Selected to Join Google's YouTube Team

David Horowitz '21 grew up watching YouTube and using Google to search for information.

Now the senior computer science major will help those companies improve what they do next as a software engineer.

After graduating this spring he will join Google's YouTube operation — virtually, at first — and eventually report to the company's headquarters in San Bruno, California.

Detecting Depression, Using AI

A Stevens research group has developed an experimental artificial intelligence system that appears to detect depression with very high accuracy by analyzing content such as social media posts.

Scholl Awards Power Launchpad Startups

Thanks to early funding from an eminent entrepreneur, the students of Launchpad are eager to lift off.

[email protected] is a program where students learn to develop business ideas and to practice building a company. Professor Mukund Iyengar founded the program in 2015, and since then, 12 Launchpad projects have become real companies.

New University Center Complex Will Take Stevens to New Heights

Stevens' transformational new university center complex is rising on Castle Point — and the Stevens Class of 2025, who will join Stevens in 2021, will have the opportunity to enjoy this campus hub first-hand when it opens in spring 2022.

The iconic structure's dual 19- and 21-story towers will be clearly visible from New York City, with an east-facing façade including Stevens signage to accentuate the university's growing profile in the metro New York academic and technology landscape.

Harvesting Artificial Intelligence to Solve Societal Challenges: AI Institute Director Jason Corso

On January 1, Jason Corso joined Stevens Institute of Technology as a chaired professor in the Computer Science department and incoming director of the Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence (SIAI).