Red and Gray Days Alumni Weekend June 2-3, 2023
A crowd on Stevens campus watch fireworks with the New York skyline in background


Alumni Weekend 2023 will bring alumni and guests from all over the globe back to campus. The schedule is jam-packed full of social events and celebrations, offering something for everyone. Get the latest updates from President Farvardin and the Stevens Alumni Association. Explore the majestic, ever-changing landscape of Castle Point through a campus tour. Sample some of the finest wines and beers during our ever-popular tastings. Reconnect with those you may have lost touch with at one of our class and affinity reunions. Come for an event, stay for the day, and celebrate being a Duck for Life!

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Reunion Celebrations

All Weekend
It’s that time of year, Ducks! June means a return to Castle Point for milestone celebrations. Don’t miss the opportunity to see old friends, make new ones and relive the magical times you spent together at Stevens. This is a special year for the classes ending in 3s and 8s – let’s commemorate your reunion year as only Stevens alumni know how!

Old Guard Luncheon

Friday, June 2 | 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Bissinger Room, Howe Center, 4th Floor
Kicking off Alumni Weekend 2023, we are excited to welcome the Stevens Old Guard back to campus. Join us as we officially recognize and celebrate our newest inductees from the milestone 50-Year Reunion Class of 1973. 

Delta Tau Delta: Lee Allan Dowches Memorial Golf Outing

Friday, June 2 | 1:00 p.m.
Heron Glen Golf Course, Ringoes, NJ
The golf outing was established in 1997 in honor of Lee Allan Dowches, Class of 1991, to support the Rho Delt Alumni Scholarship Program. The program has awarded over $400,000 in awards since its inception and is now awarding 7 annual awards at a total of over $36,000 per year.
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Let’s Get Quackin’ Alumni Weekend Kickoff Party  

Friday, June 2 | 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Palmer Lawn
Start off Alumni Weekend 2023 with a fun night on campus. Join local alums, as well as those coming in for the weekend’s festivities, for a casual evening filled with great food and drink and entertainment.  

SAA Annual Meeting  

Saturday, June 3 | 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Tech Flex Auditorium, University Center Complex
Red and Gray Days on campus means it’s also time for the Stevens Alumni Association’s flagship annual meeting. SAA President John Dearborn ’79 M.Eng. ’81 and members of the SAA leadership will share the latest news from the association and plans for 2024.  

Lollipop Run and Athletics Clinics  

Saturday, June 3 | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Canavan Arena
Calling all ducklings! Prove you’re the fastest kid on the block through a series of speed and agility drills. Many will enter, only one will be crowned champion, but all will receive lollipops! An addition to this year’s program will be a series of athletics clinics offered by our coaches and student-athletes. Get first-hand instruction in some of the 26 varsity sports offered at Stevens.  

12th Annual State of Stevens Address  

Saturday, June 3 | 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Tech Flex Auditorium, University Center Complex
President Nariman Farvardin will deliver his 12th annual State of Stevens Address. Hear from President Farvardin about the accomplishments and transformational developments across the campus, Stevens’ remarkable rise and the university’s vision for the future. 

Greek Reunions and Open Houses

Saturday, June 3 | Varying Times
Various Locations
Greek life has been at the heart of the campus experience for so many of our alumni. Take time to reconnect with members of your Greek community at various open houses and reunion programs on Saturday.

30 Years of Funk, Pearl Anniversary: An Alumni Weekend Beer Tasting  

Saturday, June 3 | 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Bissinger Room, Howe Center, 4th Floor
The highly anticipated 30th Anniversary Alumni Weekend Beer tasting is finally here! Join long time hosts Dave Manhas ’88 and Ashna Manhas ’18 as they take participants through a journey of styles. Bring your engineering and cup stacking skills. This event ALWAYS SELLS OUT, so be sure to register early and reserve your seat! 

Wine Tasting with Tony Callandrello 73 

Saturday, June 3 | 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Babbio 122
Vino anyone? Join fellow wine connoisseurs for an afternoon of sampling select whites and reds from around the country. Hosted by Anthony Callendrello ’73, learn about the fermentation process and its effects on color, taste, smell and balance. 

Rho Delt Wall of Achievement Reception

Saturday, June 3 | 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.
The Great Hall, Samuel C. Williams Library

The Rho chapter of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity will be welcoming the newest inductees into the Rho Delt Wall of Achievement. This year, they will be honoring Samuel Prescott "S.P." Bush from the Class of 1884 and Richard C. "Rick" Roscitt from the Class of 1973. Whether you’re a Delt or not, feel free to drop by the Great Hall of the Samuel C. Williams Library and join the festivities.
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Flock Party and Awards Presentation  

Saturday, June 3 | 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
University Center Complex, 1st Floor
We are proud to introduce a reimagined flock party for this year’s Alumni Weekend. Close out your return to campus with a casual community-wide party including the honoring of this year’s Stevens Alumni Association Awards winners. Unwind after a full day of programming with a great sunset view and delicious hors d’oeuvres and drinks as the DJ keeps the music pumpin’ all night long. Bid your friends a fond farewell and make plans to do it all again in 2024! 

Ducks’ Night Out  

Saturday, June 3 | 8 p.m. - 10 p.m.
The Brass Rail, Hoboken, NJ
It’s Saturday evening of Alumni Weekend and the Ducks are ready for a night on the town! Catch up with fellow graduates of the last decade (GOLD) and share some great food, drinks and conversation. 

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The Stevens Alumni Association has a long and deep tradition of recognizing the lasting impact of its members on the Stevens Community, and of acknowledging the work of outstanding faculty. Stevens Alumni Association awards help keep our community strong and highlight the university’s innovative contributions to industry and society.

Portrait of Frank Vastano

2023 Stevens Alumni Award Recipient
Frank L. Vastano ’73

Frank Vastano completed his Stevens undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics in 1973. He is a former member of the Project Management Institute and in 2009, he became a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt. In 2011, Vastano retired as a director in the Merck Research Laboratory, after which he served as a managing consultant for Tata Consultancy Services until 2016. Vastano’s career history also includes roles at DMR Consulting, Spectrum Technology Group, Inc., American International Group, AVITEK, Inc., AT&T and Johnson & Johnson, Inc. As an undergraduate, Vastano was a member of the Khoda Senior Honor Society, the Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society, and Gear & Triangle. He served as vice chairman of the Stevens Student Review Board, a student-faculty liaison and a tutor in the Dean’s Tutoring Program. Vastano has been the Class of 1973 class president since 1973, has organized several milestone class reunions and worked to establish the Class of 1973 Endowed Scholarship, which is funded at nearly $750,000. The gift will be formally presented to President Farvardin at the Class of 1973 50th Reunion. In addition, Vastano initiated, developed and maintains the Class of 1973 Campaign Plan & Strategy Document and created the initial draft of the new Stevens reunion website. He currently serves on the SAA Board of Directors, the SAA Engagement Committee, and the SAA Enablement Subcommittee and is co-chairing a new Industry Torchbearers Group for alumni in the IT professions.

2023 Harold R. Fee 1920 Alumni Achievement Award Recipient
Katherine E. Matos ’08

Katherine Matos ’08 is a compliance professional who supports the development of biotechnology and novel therapeutics. She earned a J.D. with a concentration in health law from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2011. While in law school, Matos was a New Jersey Women Lawyers Association Scholar, and in 2011, she was awarded the Samuel J. Heyman Fellowship Program, which encourages federal public service. Matos began her career studying the Irish healthcare system with the Solas Program. At the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, where she served as Senior Counsel, Matos authored “Practical Guidance for Health Care Governing Boards on Compliance Oversight.” In 2020, she earned a Client Award from the U.S. Office of Investigations, Seattle Field Office. Matos entered the corporate world as Compliance Counsel for Adaptive Biotechnologies Corporation. She is currently Senior Director, Legal and Compliance at Karyopharm Therapeutics Inc. While a student, Matos was active in the Khoda Senior Honor Society, the Gear and Triangle Society, Tau Beta Pi and Alpha Phi Omega. As an alumna, she is serving as a director and chair of the Audit & Compliance Committee of the Stevens Alumni Association (SAA) and as co-lead of the SAA’s Pacific Northwest Alumni Club. Matos was recognized as Rotarian of the Year by her Club in 2020 and named Rotarian of the Year by District 5030 in 2021.

Portrait of Katherine Matos
Portrait of Olivia Schreiber.

2023 Harold R. Fee 1920 Alumni Achievement Award Recipient
Olivia R. Schreiber ’18

Olivia Schreiber ’18 is a self-described “proud Stevens Institute of Technology alumna with a keen interest in the intersection of writing, science and communication.” She is finishing her third year as an M.D. candidate and student research assistant at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University in Camden, New Jersey, and will soon apply for residency. Between her undergraduate years and current medical school track, Schreiber earned an M.A. in science writing from Johns Hopkins University and enjoyed professional success in the medical technology arena. While an undergraduate, Schreiber served on the executive board of the Stevens Honor Board, and she represented Stevens at the 2016 International Center for Academic Integrity conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. As a staff writer for The Stute, Schreiber contributed more than 100 pieces and wrote the "Senioritis" column from fall 2017 to spring 2018. In addition to participating in the pre-medical honor society Alpha Epsilon Delta, Schreiber was an academic tutor, Stevens tour guide, student affairs social media ambassador, and a member of the Khoda Senior Honor Society. She completed two service abroad trips to Jamaica as part of the Stevens Global Service Initiative and collaborated on construction and beautification projects to benefit local schools. Since graduating, Schreiber has served as the 2018 Young Alumni Trustee on the Stevens Board of Trustees, chaired the Recent Alumni and Current Students Committee, and continues to serve as the events coordinator for the Honor Board Alumni Affinity Club. As the 2018 class president, she is excited to plan her fifth-year reunion this summer at Alumni Weekend.

2023 Outstanding Teacher Award Recipient
Sandeep Bhatt, Ph.D.

Sandeep Bhatt, Ph.D., is a teaching professor in the Department of Computer Science. He joined the Stevens faculty in 2017 after a career that began as a faculty member at Yale and developed as a researcher in industry. His corporate experience includes roles as director of network algorithms at Bell Communications Research; director of systems performance at the content-delivery network start-up Akamai Technologies; senior research scientist at Telcordia Technologies; and principal research scientist at Hewlett-Packard. He retired from Hewlett-Packard Labs in 2016. At Stevens, Bhatt teaches courses in algorithmics, discrete structures and theory of computation. In addition to teaching, Bhatt is chair of the Computer Science NTT Faculty Search Committee, and has served associate chair for Graduate Education, chair of the Computer Science Undergraduate Curriculum Revision Committee, and is a member of the Computer Science Curriculum Committee. He holds five patents, as well as B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Portrait of Sandeep Bhatt.


Show support for your alma mater, class and the students following in your footsteps by making a gift online when you register for Alumni Weekend. Gifts of any size and to any fund will make an impact and help boost your class participation rate. You can make a gift through the Alumni Weekend registration portal or by visiting

Stevens alumni class of 1990 stand outsite the UCC with a check to Stevens in the amount of 126,000.



On campus parking for Alumni Weekend 2023 will be available on a first come, first served basis at all open university lots between June 2 and June 4. Stevens Police reserve the right to close campus parking facilities for construction projects, emergencies or special events. Closures will be communicated as far in advance as possible to allow alternate arrangements. Stevens does not assume responsibility for the care and protection of a motor vehicle or its contents while the vehicle is parked on campus. View the map of parking facilities


Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel

  • Rates: $229 per night
  • Start Date: Thursday, June 1, 2023
  • End Date: Sunday, June 4, 2023
  • Last Day to Book: Monday, May 22, 2023

Book your group rate for Stevens Alumni Weekend Room Block

Residential Towers in University Center Complex

  • Premium Single Bedroom (1 bed): $140 per night.  Private studio style room includes a kitchenette and private bathroom.
  • Traditional style Single Bedroom in a Shared Suite (1 bed): $130 per night. Single bedroom in shared suites with a shared common area and bathroom.
  • Double Bedroom in a Shared Suite (2 beds): $210 per night.  Double bedroom in shared suites with shared common area and bathroom.

See floorplans for each room type here.

Register through the Alumni Weekend registration portal. On-campus housing portal closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 19.


Registration closes at midnight on Friday, May 19. The cancellation/refund policy is as follows:

  • Cancellations on or before May 5 – 100%
  • Cancellations from May 6 – May 19 – 50%
  • No refunds for cancellations after May 19