Hopkins, a foreman for EverGreene Architectural Arts in New York City, received the 2022 Restoration & Remediation Magazine Ladder Award, which recognizes a restoration professional under 35 who exhibits “leadership, drive, innovation, care for clients and colleagues, community service and a clear passion for the industry.” Learn more.
Sarah, who passed away in 2022 at age 21, dedicated much of her life to volunteer work and activism that she knew could save lives. Learn more.
Leah Rodriguez '03 shines a light on issues facing women and girls in poverty. Learn more.
Henry spent a semester in Washington, D.C. learning about politics and leadership. Learn more.
Michelle connects her psychology and behavioral science research with her time as a Stevens student. Learn more.
Read about Noe's involvement with Voteology, a startup that helps educate college students about voting. Learn more.
Stevens is proud to share the work that three of our alumni (all sisters, too!) are doing on the frontlines of the current global pandemic. “(They) have taken what they learned at Stevens and beyond, to help others, particularly the disadvantaged,” commented proud father, Eric Stovicek. Learn more.
Elena's take on global citizenship, the value of her time at Stevens and living and working in Japan. Learn more.
From Belleville to Botswana. Learn more.
Greg was the first Stevens student involved in the NJ Seeds Program. Learn more.
Dean's time as a Stevens student helped shape his career.