Stevens Institute of Technology is a technological university located in Hoboken, New Jersey. It was established in 1870. Stevens is the nation's fourth oldest technological university. The institute is known for its rigorous engineering, science and technological management courses. Its main campus is spread across an area of 55 acres.
Stevens fields several men's and women's sports teams, including baseball, basketball and wrestling. Many students of the institute have gone on to become famous. Among them are Edward G. Amoroso, Vice President of Network Security AT&T Virginia P. Ruesterholz, President of Verizon Telecom; and Richard Reeves, Emmy Award winner.
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