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Higher earnings, lifelong learning, altruism, personal fulfillment, and leadership--just some of the outcomes of a Stevenson education.  According to recent research by Richard Detweiler (presented to the Council of Independent Colleges and reported in Inside Higher Ed) the benefits of of a student-centered education, such as small class sizes, opportunities to discuss meaningful topics in and outside of class, and a high level of faculty-student interaction, extend far beyond the college experience.  Detweiler's research reminds us that it is the individual student experience and the interpersonal relationships formed on campus that truly constitute an education.

It was standing room only on Wednesday night in Rockland Banquet Hall.  Members of the SU community performed in poetry and song alongside members of the Baltimore Adult Poetry Slam Team.  The response from the crowd was enthusiastic--they cheered, snapped, and occasionally threw pens onto the stage in appreciation of a particularly moving performance.  Many thanks to the Stevenson University English Department for organizing and sponsoring this event!

 

Please join HaSS faculty, staff, and students for Conversations on Diversity & Inclusion.  All are welcome!

Baltimore Adult Poetry Slam Team Performance
Wednesday FEB 1, Rockland Banquet 8:00-9:30PM

2016 National Poetry Slam Champions

 

Open Mic: BYO Words


Co-sponsored by the English Department, Student Activities, & the Office of Multicultural Experience

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.  

 
 
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