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     It is truly an honor to announce the award-winning graduates: Rachel Clein, Paige Worthy, and Maggie Miller! The three awards that were granted were the Stevenson University Pin, the Provost's Award for Exceptional Scholarship, and the Orsia F. Young Leadership Award. ...Click here to read more.

Stevenson University graduates demonstrate how hard work pays off as they cross the stage at commencement held on May 18th, 2017....Click here to read more.

Lauren Ewart, a senior from Carroll County High School, joined Dr. Ingrid Tulloch's laboratory as the first ever high school intern. As an intern, Ms. Ewart was responsible for animal husbandry, data collection, and conducting a research experiment....Click here to read more.

Once more, Stevenson psychology students and faculty gathered for the psychology student showcase. Here students within the department presented various posters on research, internships, field placements, self-change projects, and student organizations. Keep up the great work and see you in the Fall!

Dr. Frederick from the University of Baltimore spoke on evolutionary psychology topics and shared his life journey with the Stevenson community. Students and faculty alike found the talk enlightening and inspiring. We would like to thank Dr. Frederick for speaking to our community, and would love to have him back.

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