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Stevens to Host Discussion Giving Engineering Students the Business Knowledge they Need

Major Companies will speak to Engineering Students about How Entrepreneurial Thinking Sets Job Candidates Apart Hoboken, NJ – On Friday, April 11, 2014 Stevens Institute of Technology will host executives at the best-performing corporations who will speak with engineering students – yes engineering students not business majors. These executives believe entrepreneurial thinking is as critical […]

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Stevens Institute of Technology Ranks 5th in U.S. for Return on Investment

PayScale’s College ROI Report Reveals Stevens is Worth the Money Hoboken, N.J. – PayScale’s 2014 College ROI Report has once again ranked Stevens Institute of Technology as a top university for return on investment for students. At #5 in the nation, Stevens maintains its elite status with other universities, placing ahead of Princeton, Dartmouth and […]

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Stevens Receives New Patent for Mass Spectrometry Technique

Mass spectrometry (MS) is a powerful analytical tool used to measure the masses of molecules.  It is also one of the most sensitive methods available for detection and characterization of chemical compounds. In order to carry out mass spectrometric analysis, the molecules must be vaporized and electrically charged. Stevens researchers have received a patent for […]

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2014 CIO of the Year Awards: Honorees Announced

Mt. Laurel, NJ – February 27, 2014 – At the Annual NJTC CIO Conference on February 27, 2014 in Bridgewater, NJ the NJTC presented CIO of the Year Awards to technology leaders from the region.  Honorees were selected based on their vision and leadership, corporate performance, innovative business achievements and social responsibility.  According to Maxine […]

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Stevens Institute of Technology Selected to Compete in Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon

Hoboken, NJ –Stevens Institute of Technology has been selected to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s prestigious Solar Decathlon for the third consecutive time. The Stevens team will compete against 19 schools in the international competition to build a solar-powered, energy-efficient home that combines affordability, consumer appeal and design excellence. “We are excited and […]

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Truth and Consequences: Stevens Mobile App Tells Right From Wrong

A new mobile app developed at Stevens tells you, in an instant, who’s telling the truth. Truly. Jaasuz, a revolutionary technology invented at Stevens by two faculty members and perfected with the assistance of their graduate students, appeared on Apple’s iTunes “app store” in fall 2013 after three years of development. It may be the […]

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Cybersecurity Expert Peter Singer to Speak at Deans’ Seminar Series on February 12, 2014

Cybersecurity expert Peter Singer will visit Stevens Institute of Technology on February 12, 2014, to discuss his most recent book, Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford University Press, 2014). In his lecture, Singer will highlight how modern living, from communication to commerce to conflict, fundamentally depends on the Internet, and how the cybersecurity issues […]

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Stevens Students Develop Mobile App to Drive Medical Device Sales

Stevens is capitalizing on the explosive growth of mobile phone use through the development of timely, entrepreneurial apps, including a novel iOS application for another surging industry – medical devices. A Stevens-developed app feeds sales representatives for medical device companies instant pricing comparisons and options on the fly, an invaluable tool for sales reps in […]

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Mobile Mini Clinic: Stevens Professor to Develop a Smartphone App that Reports a Patient’s Vitals

A pragmatic healthcare app that could help save lives that is being developed by Stevens Professor Yingying Chen is the latest example of how Stevens is helping New Jersey lead the way in new mobile ‘app’ development. Dr. Chen, an associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and director of Stevens’ Data Analysis and Information […]

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Stevens Receives NSF Grant to Retain and Advance Female Faculty in STEM Fields

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a grant to Stevens Institute of Technology to help retain and advance female faculty in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. ADVANCE Stevens, a $550,000 five year grant, is part of the NSF’s ADVANCE PAID (Partnership in Adaptation Implementation and Dissemination) program created to develop systemic approaches […]

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