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Date: Oct 2016
Homecoming at Stevenson continues to grow and we cannot thank our dedicated Stevenson alumni, parents, students, faculty, and staff enough for your continued participation. Our eventful Hometown Homecoming week was a great success as the entire University community came together to celebrate Stevenson and show their Mustang pride. Learn more about a few of our featured events below.
 
A Stevenson family enjoys the Homecoming events
 
Alumni Reconnect During Academic Affinity Reunions 
Nearly 150 alumni were welcomed to the Kevin J. Manning Academic Center during Homecoming week for affinity reunions specific to the School of Design, Fine School of the Sciences, and Berman School of Nursing and Health Professions. Additionally, alumni from the School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) gathered in the new GPS space in Garrison Hall on the Owings Mills campus. Former students shared memories of their alma mater and celebrated all we've accomplished as a University with fellow alumni and faculty.
 
Academic Affinity Reunions
 
Milestone Alumni and Jubilarians Build A Legacy
It was wonderful to welcome alumni back to the Villa Julie College campus in the Greenspring Valley for the annual Milestone Reunion and Jubilarian Society Dinner. The event was a true testament to the passion and dedication our alumni have for their alma mater. Milestone alumni and Jubilarians have firmly built the foundation of learning, living, caring, and service that our Stevenson students carry on today.
 
Milestone Alumni and Jubilarians celebrate at Greenspring
 
Each month, we profile one of the amazing Phonathon students working in SU's call center. This month, we sat down with student caller Kashia '19, a criminal justice major from Denton, MD.
 
Kashia Adams
 
Why did you choose to come to Stevenson?
 
I came to Stevenson because of the criminal justice program. The criminal justice program is excellent and I know I will be career ready after I graduate.
 
What do you like best about SU now that you're here?
 
I enjoy the small community and the classes.
 
What activities to you enjoy outside of class?
 
I'm a member of the SU Marching Band, Pep Band, and Concert Band. I'm also a sister in Phi Sigma Sigma.
 
What do you like best about being a student caller?
 
I enjoy talking to people and hearing about their experience at SU.
 
What are your plans after graduation?
 
I plan on working after college and pursing a Masters in Criminal Justice. 

The annual President’s Dinner was held on September 22, honoring members of the Nick Mueller Society and Great Oaks Society. Dedicated alumni who have given for 20 or more consecutive years – at any level – were also recognized at this event. We are proud that 93 alumni were invited to take part in this celebratory evening, joining faculty, staff, parents, and friends who are also committed to supporting SU and our students’ success. Learn about becoming a member of the Nick Mueller Society through leadership giving.  Learn about joining the Great Oaks Society by including Stevenson in your estate plans.

Nick Mueller Society members Ebony Hypolite, CPA ’06 and Beverly Bareham, CPA ’01 caught up with each other during the cocktail reception

Nick Mueller Society members Ebony Hypolite, CPA ’06 and Beverly Bareham, CPA ’01 caught up with each other during the cocktail reception.

Susan Fisher Humphries ’70 P’08 ’11 and Nancy Jean Smith Bopst ’63

Susan Fisher Humphries ’70 P’08 ’11 and Nancy Jean Smith Bopst ’63 have each supported their alma mater for 30 consecutive years!

 
 
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