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Benefits That Go Above and Beyond

We know that benefits are important to an employee's success and fulfillment. We are pleased to offer a competitive benefits package designed to enhance your quality of life.

Two Scenic Campuses, Best of Both Worlds

Stevenson University has two beautiful campuses located just outside of Baltimore in Stevenson and Owings Mills, Maryland. Faculty and staff get the best of both worlds-the history and beauty of a rural campus (the Greenspring Campus) and the convenience and liveliness of a more urban location (the Owings Mills Campus).


Greenspring Campus

Stevenson's original campus, the Greenspring Campus, lies in the scenic Greenspring Valley. Although surrounded by horse farms and estate homes, the 60-acre wooded campus is just 12 miles from downtown Baltimore.

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Owings Mills Campus

Located just six miles (and about 12 minutes) from the Greenspring Campus, the Owings Mills Campus includes student residences, academic and office space, a student center with dining services and activity spaces, and a large athletics complex with a gymnasium, stadium, and fitness centers.

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Employment Opportunities

  1. Lecturer, English

    The Lecturer, English in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences will be responsible for teaching courses and student advising. Course assignments will emphasize first-year writing courses, with some opportunity to teach in area of specialization. Teaching responsibilities will include 30 contact hours per academic year (15 per semester). Other responsibilities include advising students, assessing courses, and participating in the life of the department, School, and the University.
  2. Adjunct Faculty, Mathematics

    Adjunct faculty in the School of the Sciences will engage in teaching activities in accordance with the University’s Faculty Workload. Teaching responsibilities will include teaching mathematics courses.
  3. Adjunct Faculty, Physics (Earth and Space Sciences)

    Adjunct faculty in the School of the Sciences will engage in teaching activities in accordance with the University’s Faculty Workload. Teaching responsibilities will include teaching an Earth and Space Sciences course.
  4. Assistant Professor, History

    The primary responsibilities for this position are teaching public history, engaging in experiential learning, and practicing public history within the community. Secondary responsibilities include teaching traditional survey courses and other more specialized history offerings. The position includes additional responsibilities in some or all of the following areas: student advising, service to the department, school and university; as well as cooperative extension and administrative responsibilities. Responsibilities may include involvement in off-campus, evening or weekend duties, as well as student recruitment, retention and placement efforts. Further definition of these responsibilities is available upon request.
  5. Admissions Counselor

    In a selective admissions environment, reviews and evaluates applications for admission to the University. Responsible for recruitment of students in targeted areas, including advising them on every aspect of the admissions process as well as information regarding the University. Represents University through on and off campus presentations to prospective students, their families, and guidance professionals. Assists the admissions team in meeting goals and expectations.
  6. Assistant/Associate Professor, Film/Video (Cinematography)

    Full-time faculty in the School of Design’s Department of Film/Video responsible for teaching courses in film and digital cinema production in the Film and Moving Image degree program, student advising, and service. Knowledge of current post-production technologies (including editing, coloring and visual effects) desired. Teaching responsibilities include up to 24 credits per academic year (usually 12 credits per semester, taught in four 3credit/4hour courses).
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Employment: 443-334-2202
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