Famed musician named first Distinguished Artist in Residence at the University
HOBOKEN, N.J. -Stevens Institute of Technology has named Mr. Carlos Alomar as Distinguished Artist in Residence in the program of Music and Technology in the division of Technology and the Arts. Alomar brings a wealth of experience as a performer, producer, and innovator in the music industry and is the first to hold this prestigious position in the College of Arts & Letters (CAL) at Stevens.
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On June 2nd, Honeywell and Stevens Institute of Technology hosted a Student Innovation Day 2010 for Jersey City middle school students.
Stevens’ graduates, who have successfully used engineering and innovation to design relevant, high-quality products,urged students to think “outside the box” to solve problems and discover solutions to address everyday challenges. Some of the hands – on challenges included designing and building a shock-absorbing system to protect astronauts when they land on the moon.
Present for Student Innovation Day was William Hague, Director of Design and Construction, Honeywell and Greg Bartus and Henry Harms, engineering educators from the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE), Stevens Institute of Technology and John Dennan and Patrick Conrad, Stevens graduates, whose innovations in engineering spark interest and enthusiasm in young students.
The event took place at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken NJ. All photos by steveamack.com
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c/o Debaun Center for the Performing Arts, Steven Institute of Technology Castle Point on Hudson, Hoboken, New Jersey 07030
Since 2005, a number of theater companies in Hudson County, New Jersey casually discussed forming a group of all the theaters in the area. In January 2007, six companies took the next step – they met and formally discussed the benefits of such a theater alliance, not only to the member theaters but also the arts community in Hudson County on a whole. The conclusion was unanimous and the Hudson County Theatre Alliance (HCTA) was formed.
Members of the Hudson County Theater Alliance
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