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Professor Stephanie Verni, one of the three first-ever faculty fellows in Stevenson's Center for Teaching and Learning, presented an October 21 workshop in developing creative assignments for the classroom. Along with fellow professor Chip Rouse, Stephanie encouraged participants to share some of their ideas for engaging students creatively in the classroom.
The two faculty members may assemble some more ideas for a January faculty in-service to share with other members of the SU community.
Students and faculty in the Communication department at Stevenson participated in "Mustangs Make a Difference Day" on Friday, October 4, on the Quad at Owings Mills. The first-year students, as well as members of '47 House and Lambda Pi Eta, spent a sunny afternoon raising awareness for autism by handing out multicolored ribbons and puzzle pieces, and talking with other attendees. The day includes all of the First-Year Seminar classes, as well as some clubs and organizations. This campus-wide day of service for students, faculty and staff is designed to make a positive difference while furthering commitment to one of the university’s core values, that of promoting a sense of community.
Two Stevenson University Business Communication graduates, Julia Cooke and Brittaney Koehler, came back on Sept. 26, 2019, to speak with students in one of Dr. Leeanne Bell's classes, as well as to a host of other students who heard about the visit and wanted to learn more about careers in the National Security Agency. Both alums work in communications careers at NSA in Fort Meade, Md., though in different areas of the agency. They offered application advice and spoke about the benefits of working for the agency.