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Located directly across from Manhattan, Stevens students are just minutes away by ferry, train and subway to all that New York City has to offer. You can get to different parts of Manhattan quickly and conveniently by bus, subway, ferry or car. Getting to NY City!
The conference will be held at the Stevens Institute of Technology campus located at 1 Castle Point on Hudson in Hoboken, New Jersey in the Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Center for Technology Management. View the exact location of the Babbio Center on a campus map (building number 6).
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About Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevens Institute of Technology, The Innovation University®, is a premier, private research university situated in Hoboken, N.J. overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Founded in 1870, technological innovation has been the hallmark and legacy of Stevens’ education and research programs for more than 140 years. Within the university’s three schools and one college, more than 6,600 undergraduate and graduate students collaborate with more than 290 faculty members in an interdisciplinary, student-centric, entrepreneurial environment to advance the frontiers of science and leverage technology to confront global challenges. Stevens is home to three national research centers of excellence, as well as joint research programs focused on critical industries such as healthcare, energy, finance, defense, maritime security, STEM education and coastal sustainability. The university is consistently ranked among the nation’s elite for return on investment for students, career services programs and mid-career salaries of alumni. Stevens is in the midst of a 10-year strategic plan, The Future. Ours to Create., designed to further extend the Stevens legacy to create a forward-looking and far-reaching institution with global impact.
Stevens’ historic and distinctive campus offers spectacular views of the Hudson River and Manhattan, which is easily accessible in only ten minutes. Manhattan attracts millions of visitors eager to experience the virtually endless possibilities for shopping, dining, nightlife and the arts – from Times Square to Central Park to Broadway to Chinatown.
Ranked one of the nation’s best college towns by The Princeton Review and “the most exciting small city in America” by Movoto, Stevens’ hometown of Hoboken, N.J. is only one square mile in size, but within this small area is one of the nation’s most unique, vibrant and walkable urban communities. Offering a wide variety of options for shopping, restaurants, parks and nightlife – as well as numerous cultural, music and ethnic festivals throughout the year – Hoboken is a dynamic, comfortable and culturally-diverse residential community as well as popular tourist destination. It is known as the birthplace of baseball and Frank Sinatra, as well as the home of Carlo’s Bakery, famous from TLC’s “Cake Boss.”