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Stevenson to Award 275 Degrees at University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies Commencement, May 18

April 22, 2016 1:45 PM
Senior VP of MedStar Health Bradley Chambers will deliver the keynote address at Stevenson's School of Graduate and Professional Studies Commencement Ceremonies May, 18.

Stevenson University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies will graduate 275 students at the school’s 8th Commencement Ceremonies Wednesday, May 18, at 7 p.m., at the Greenspring Gymnasium, 1525 Greenspring Valley, Stevenson, MD 21153.

The class is comprised of 158 students graduating with master’s degrees and 117 earning their bachelor’s degrees.

The keynote address will be delivered by Bradley Chambers, Senior Vice President of MedStar Health and President of Good Samaritan Hospital and Union Memorial Hospital. In this role, Chambers is responsible for the strategic and operational direction that enhances performance and supports ongoing efforts to build a stronger, more effective integration between these two hospitals, as well as system-wide clinical platforms.

Chambers began at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital in 1998 as the vice president of Operations and was promoted to senior vice president in 2002. Three years later, he was promoted to chief operating officer, where he oversaw 34 departments. In early 2009, Chambers was named successor as president of MedStar Union Memorial Hospital.  In addition to his continued oversight of MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, Chambers was named president of MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital in early 2015.

For more information on commencement, including a link to the ceremony’s streaming live feed, visit

Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers eight adult undergraduate degrees: Business AdministrationBusiness CommunicationBusiness Information Systems, Computer Information SystemsCriminal JusticeInterdisciplinary StudiesRN to BS/MS Nursing, and Legal Studies. The programs are designed for working adults, and many can be completed within 18 to 24 months depending on the number of credits a student has acquired before entering the program. Most of the undergraduate degree programs can be completed by taking courses that are scheduled in a mixed eight-week hybrid or online format, or in a traditional 16-week format.

Master’s degree programs include Business and Technology ManagementCommunication StudiesCyber ForensicsForensic ScienceForensic StudiesHealthcare ManagementNursing, and Maryland's first online Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T) in Secondary Biology, Chemistry, Earth/Space Science, Physical Science, Physics, or Mathematics (grades 7-12). For more information on Stevenson's School of Graduate and Professional Studies, visit

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