29 January 2004
Half-hour audio discussion program highlights Stevens experts
HOBOKEN, N.J. - A new discussion program debuted
this week on the World Wide Web, produced at Stevens
Institute of Technology.
"StevensViews Radio," a half-hour streaming audio
program drawing on the Institute's expertise, began its
run with three original programs that delve into topics of
current interest to the public at large. The program is a
spinout of the Institute's quarterly newsletter
"StevensViews," which appears in both print and Web
versions, as published by the staff of the Stevens News
Service, located in Stevens' Office of Development and
The worlds of science, technology, engineering,
business management, the humanities and education are
considered in-depth in every half-hour discussion
featured on "StevensViews Radio." Stevens Institute
faculty from the Schaefer School of Engineering, the
Imperatore School of Sciences & Arts, the School of
Continuing Professional Education and the Howe School
of Technology Management come together, along with
researchers and others in the Stevens Community, to shed light on new frontiers in knowledge.
Patrick A. Berzinski, editor of "StevensViews" quarterly - who is also associate director of media relations for Stevens News Service - hosts the
program. His co-host is Robert Ubell, Dean of the School of Continuing Professional Education at Stevens. Berzinski also acts as executive
producer of the program, which is produced by Stevens News Service in cooperation with the DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, where the
program is taped and edited.
"All listeners will feel they have learned something new from each program, even when the topic at first seems familiar," said Meagen Henning,
production associate for the program. "Our experts are in the lead in many fields of research and education, so the audience will learn a lot about
what's just around the corner in many areas of science and technology."
A changing panel of three colleagues from Stevens' faculty and research communities appears on each program to explore a common theme.
The program link can be found in the vertical menu at www.stevensnewsservice.com. Currently streaming at the radio show website:
"Connect Me to the Future: The Convergence of Technologies in Telecommunications," featuring a discussion with Dr. Audrey Curtis, Director
of the Telecommunications Management Program at the Howe School; Dr. Sumit Ghosh, Hattrick Chair Professor of Information Systems
Engineering at the Schaefer School; and Dr. Rainer Martini, Director of the Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy & High Speed Communication Lab at
the Imperatore School.
"Back to School: Executives in Academia," featuring Industry Research Professor Larry Bernstein, Department of Computer Science, Imperatore
School; Dr. John Farr, professor and Director of the Department of Systems Engineering & Engineering Management, Schaefer School; and
Leslie Stevens, Director of the Center for Global Technology Management, Howe School.
"Safe Networks: Hackers and Homeland Security," featuring Dr. R. Chandramouli, Co-Director of the Multimedia Systems, Networking and
Communication Lab, Schaefer School; Dr. Paul J. Kolodzy, Director of the Wireless Network Security Center; and Dr. Manu Malek, Director of
the Graduate Certificate in CyberSecurity Program, Imperatore School.
Future programs will consider topics such as Internet education; environmental remediation technologies; technology in the arts; and global
The "StevensViews Radio" website was built by Rahul Sasidhar, web manager for the Stevens News Service, in cooperation with web consultant
Randolph Hoppe of Lemon Custard.
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