Life as a social media star isn’t quite as simple as it looks. It’s actually a lot of hard work.
But if it’s your passion, with the right tools, you can make it happen.
That was the message from Marques Brownlee ’15 (aka MKBHD), who returned to the Stevens campus September 28 to discuss his life as one of the planet’s leading tech reviewers and influencers.
Stevens Institute of Technology ranks among the best universities in the United States, according to the U.S. News & World Report annual list of college rankings released today. The publication ranks Stevens 83rd among 440 national research universities.
"My own daughter says I can't sit still. I do love to learn new things, meet new people, travel new places, produce innovative research and new findings," she says. "I'd say my daughter is probably correct."
Now Kang-Mieler has taken on her biggest professional challenge yet — trading Chicago's lake-effect snows and deep-dish pizza and for Hoboken's hurricane season and access to the Big Apple — in order to take Stevens' already-robust biomedical engineering department to the next level.
He isn't sure why, but even as a boy, Stevens Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Jianmin Qu always knew he would become a college professor.
The women’s volleyball team was a draw for first-year students Gabbi Roberts and Mallory Eder, who had their first practice with the Ducks on Aug. 20. Roberts, who is from Idaho and studying social science, and Eder, who is from New York and studying environmental engineering, couldn’t be happier.
“I love the volleyball team and the location. And I love the closeness of Hoboken and everything on Washington Street,” Roberts said. Eder agrees.
Growing up, rising junior Nina Burden always had an inclination toward medicine. She and her grandfather played vocabulary games in the car on the way home from school.
“I remember one of my first ‘big words’ was ‘ophthalmology,’” she recalled.
Not many business leaders can say they have steered a billion-dollar company to new heights amidst the modern era's dizzying, ever-changing technical landscape.
Stevens computer engineering graduate Ann Fandozzi '93 has done it twice.
And Fandozzi, CEO of the global asset and management disposition company Ritchie Bros., credits her Stevens education for building the foundation upon which that successful career was eventually built.
A recent report by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce ranked a bachelor’s degree from the School of Business (SSB) at Stevens Institute of Technology No. 12 in the nation — and highest in New Jersey — for economic return, while a master’s from SSB ranked at No. 14.
When the Nasdaq market exchange rang its closing bell in New York City's Times Square in the afternoon of July 20, Stevens Institute of Technology was front and center in the national spotlight — showcasing leading-edge university research commercialized and translated to the technology marketplace.
As Stevens’ fall athletics season progressed, coaches and officials sensed the 2021-22 athletic year was shaping up to be something special — even by the university’s high standards.