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School of Humanities and Social Sciences News
Elizabeth Brown and Rebecca Rohe are the winners of the 2017 Human Services Professional Development Award. They were selected based on their academic excellence, contributions to human services, and ability to apply the components of Career Architecture. They will accompany the Human Services Faculty to the National Organization for Human Services annual conference in Des Moines, Iowa, in October 2017, where they will present a professional poster on the theme of student attitudes towards field experience within the Human Services program at Stevenson University. Upon their return, the students will present their experiences at the conference to the department and the Stevenson community.
Faculty, friends, and family gathered this week to celebrate the 2017 Spring graduates from the Human Services program. Students shared their experiences at their field placement sites, which included Irvine Nature Center, Maryland Special Olympics, and Baltimore County Public Schools, and discussed their plans for after graduation. We are so proud of your accomplishments!
Congratulations to the newest members of Tau Upsilon Alpha the Human Services Honor Society. Sixteen new members were inducted into the Stevenson chapter on 29 March 2017. Many thanks to Professor Lauri Weiner who advises the Honor Society and also serves as the National President and Dr. John Rosicky, Department Chair, for hosting the induction ceremony. Congratulations, too, to HSR scholarship winners Kelly Schwager and Alexis Young, pictured below with Dr. Rosicky.
Interested in helping others? Do you want to support individuals and/or communities in need? Check out this new video profiling Stevenson's Human Services major.
In this hands-on major you can focus on addictions counseling, services for children, or human services administration. A well-designed internship and practicum program helps students to find and fulfill their passions and often leads to job placements in the field.