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The two Faculty in the Halls mentors for Western Run Hall, Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, were thrilled with the turnout of 54 students who participated in the residence hall's "Citation Treasure Hunt" along with two popular members of the library staff responsible for creating the event for the residents. Librarians Sara Godbee and Rebecca Pad staffed the game tables along with Tess Gillis, Academic Integrity Officer, and a student helper. Residents who completed the hunt were eligible for a raffle drawing for an Amazon gift card, or one from Dunkin' Donuts. Award-winning comment? "Who knew citations could be fun?" 

Senior Alison Smith is interning at Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.,  in Towson, under the mentorship of Tyler Delin, a product manager at the company.  Alison has been working on a variety of projects that all have to do with research and testing of DeWalt and Black & Decker lines of products for the professional workplace and the home.
Senior Heather LoPiano is enjoying her internship under the direction of Stevenson University Sports Information Director, Greg Royce. Heather is working with loading information on to the website through Presto Sports, the content management system, and will also be asked to help with game-day activities.
Senior Megan Donahue is working at Round 3 Fitness in Timonium with mentor and owner Chris Endlich. Megan is helping to build a marketing plan for the sports fitness business by conducting research, examining industry trends, and evaluating the competition. Megan's own background in sports prompted her interest in the site.
Congratulations to BizComm senior Christopher McKneely, who was interviewed on Feb. 28 by WJZ-TV's Sharon Gibala regarding his participation in the 2015 Stevenson trip to Italy, which resulted in a photographic exhibit by the students in the class. The exhibit, Dieci Citta, captured the attention of the CBS-Baltimore affiliate, and the early morning interview focused on the students' participation in the photographic trip. (Photo from CBS-Baltimore)
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