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Faculty and students alike could be seen at the tailgate walking around eating food and enjoying all of the free giveaways. Homecoming is traditionally a time for alumni to return and see old faculty and meet new members. This year was no different as many alumni from many different majors in the School of the Sciences returned for the festivities. All photos from the event can be seen on the Facebook Page in the Homecoming Album.

Sarah Walsh has joined the SU community as a Lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences from her previous faculty position at North Carolina State in Raleigh. Mrs. Walsh is teaching Anatomy and General Biology Laboratory. She is very excited about the opportunity to work at a smaller university that offers more hands-on experience and one-on-one interactions with the students.  She has enjoyed getting to know all of her students and looks forward to watching them progress during their academic career at Stevenson. Welcome to SU Mrs. Walsh!

After joining Stevenson for a one year visiting faculty position in 2014, Dr. Danna is now a full-time Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences. Dr. Danna is teaching Anatomy and General Biology Laboratory this semester. Prior to Stevenson, Dr. Danna was a faculty member at the Community College of Baltimore County and Howard Community College. Dr. Danna has really enjoyed teaching and interacting with the students at SU and she is looking forward to getting to discuss biology with both students and faculty that are interested in the field. Welcome to SU Dr. Danna!

In late July, while most faculty were making their preparations for classes to begin, Dr. Sydella Blatch had a different type of preparing to do; she was preparing for 10 to 12 hour days at a week-long leadership conference in DC. ...Click here to read more.

Dr. Keith D. Johnson and his summer research students Blake Ford and Rojesh Shrestha beat out nine other teams including the University of Maryland, NOAA, Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Smithsonian at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Annual Oyster Olympics. The event was held at the Oyster Restoration Center in Shady Side, MD on July 10, 2015. Teams competed in a number of events including cage-building, oyster shell bag filling, shell shaking, a scavenger hunt and a canoe race. It was a great opportunity to learn about restoration, network with others working in the field, and help get materials prepared for further restoration while having some fun. GO MUSTANGS!!

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