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Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences

Get hands-on with science.

In the Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences, we contend that to learn science, one must do science. That means our students and faculty are engaged in hands-on, inquiry-based learning at all levels of study.


At the Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences, we enhance student learning by making inquiry the foundation of a creative synergy between faculty and students. And, in an atmosphere that fosters intellectual curiosity, creative and self-motivated exploration, ethical global citizenship, and independent thinking, the focus remains on providing a student-centered learning environment.

Our faculty members are committed to offering personalized guidance throughout your academic journey and will work with you to create an engaging relationship and provide steady support. With those pillars in place, learning can thrive in the classroom and beyond.

Due to its growth, Stevenson University is embarking on a new transition: our largest academic building, which is scheduled to open in summer 2016. The new, state-of-the-art Kevin J. Manning Academic Center will provide additional resources for the Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences.

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Merrie Durmowicz
"We offer a variety of programs, all of which prepare students with the discipline knowledge, critical thinking and interpersonal skills, and professional experience to meet the challenges of the 21st century."
Dean Durmowicz, Ph.D.
Dean, Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences
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