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Stevenson University juniors Rojesh Shrestha and Blake Ford recently travelled with biology faculty member Dr. Keith Johnson to Portland, Oregon for the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) conference....Click here to read more.

Environmental Science students Stephanie Ayres and Diamonique Clark, and Biology major Keeley Cook (all pictured above with Dr. Tucker), led a stream clean-up for Mustangs Make a Difference Day. Over 1000 trash items were removed from the stream and surrounding wildlife protection area between the Owings Mills and Owings Mills North campuses....Click here to read more.

The Annual Lego Challenge is an opportunity for students in freshmen and new student seminars all across the University to bond while building a model to best represent Career Architecture. This video posted to the Stevenson website describes the actual challenge and shows previous years’ winners....Click here to read more.

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.

In this outdoor lab activity, environmental chemistry students were conducting measurements of dissolved oxygen concentration in Gwynns Falls, a stream behind the Owings Mills North campus. Dissolved oxygen is one of the parameters used to assess water quality, and it indicates the ability of a given water body to sustain aquatic life.

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