Apr 15

Washington DC, DC

Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center

Stevens Institute of Technology is regularly ranked by US News and World Report among America’s top 100 colleges and universities. In addition, the Department of Homeland Security has selected Stevens as a National Center of Excellence in the area of Port Security, resulting in the creation of the National Center for Secure and Resilient Maritime Commerce. Stevens has also been recognized as a National Security Center of Excellence by the National Security Agency in the area of Information Assurance. In response to these recognitions and the high number of requests Stevens has received from research & development corporations, the university’s new Washington, DC location will offer high-demand programming in specialties such as systems engineering, project management, space systems engineering, systems engineering security, software engineering, systems-centric software engineering, applied project management and maritime security. The open house will profile Stevens Washington, DC graduate programs and feature comments and panels by key faculty members such as Ralph Giffin, Stevens Associate Provost of Graduate Programs; Dinesh Verma, the Dean of the Stevens School of Systems and Enterprises and the Executive Director of Stevens Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC); Rick Roscitt, Member, Stevens Board of Trustees; and distinguished guests such as the Honorable Michael Wynne, 21st Secretary of the Air Force. Additional open house panels include: • 75 Years of Maritime Systems Research and Education – Davidson Laboratory at Stevens - Dr. Michael Bruno, Dean, School of Engineering and Science • Can social networks be anti-social? The appropriation of peer production networks for unintended uses – Dr. Jeff Nickerson, Associate Professor • Infection-Resisting Orthopedic Biomaterials to Promote Military and Civilian Healing after Injury – Dr. Matthew R. Libera, Professor

Cost: Free

Contact Name: Mary Doherty

ph: 202.567.6380 email: mary.doherty@stevens.edu

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