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Members of the Stevenson community from the Office of Alumni Relations, the Office of Student Employment, and the School of the Sciences, spent the morning supporting the Oyster Recovery Partnership by recycling over 460 pounds of shells discarded at Saturday's Bull & Oyster Roast. ...Learn More

We are honored to announce the creation of these new scholarships for Stevenson students:

The M. Carolee Martelle '63 '89 '97 Endowed Scholarship benefits undergraduate students in the Brown School of Business and Leadership or the School of the Sciences. Carolee maintains a strong connection to her alma mater, regularly attending events and generously supporting the University through her philanthropy.

M. Carolee Martelle '63 '89 '97 with Stevenson University President Kevin J. Manning, Ph.D.

M. Carolee Martelle '63 '89 '97 is pictured above with Stevenson University President Kevin J. Manning, Ph.D. (left) and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Paul Lack, Ph.D.

M. Carolee Martelle '63 '89 '97 is pictured above with Stevenson University President Kevin J. Manning, Ph.D. (left) and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Paul Lack, Ph.D.

The MetLife Annual Scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Brown School of Business and Leadership. It is funded by the MetLife Premier Client Group of the Mid-Atlantic. 

Scholarships and financial aid help our students pursue their degree. From merit-based scholarships to emergency funding that keeps our students in school, your gift can change a student’s life. The need for scholarships and financial aid is critical. While most of our students receive some sort of financial aid package, we receive many more requests for assistance than we can accommodate. Learn more about opportunities to support our students.

Nominations for the Dick Watts Athletics Hall of Fame are being accepted through February 25, 2016.  

All student-athletes become eligible for nomination to the Hall of Fame ten years after leaving the University and must have attended and participated in one sport for at least two traditional seasons. Nominees for the Class of 2016 will include those who graduated from Stevenson (formerly Villa Julie College) in 2006 or earlier.

The third class of inductees will be announced in the summer of 2016 and will be honored during Homecoming + Family Week in October.

Learn more about the Dick Watts Athletics Hall of Fame.

Krissy Busse ’97 (women's lacrosse), Nancy Zentz ’00 (women's basketball), Andy Welling ’03 (baseball), Jen Monaldi ’00 (women's soccer), Carol Zimmerman (coach and administrator), and Ricky Sanchez ’98 (men's soccer)

Krissy Busse ’97 (women's lacrosse), Nancy Zentz ’00 (women's basketball), Andy Welling ’03 (baseball), Jen Monaldi ’00 (women's soccer), Carol Zimmerman (coach and administrator), and Ricky Sanchez ’98 (men's soccer) were inducted on October 24, 2015.​

This past summer, Tara Shishmanian '15, a Business Communication graduate, spent 17 days in Haiti as part of a service mission with Angel Wings International.  Participating in the Grand Install project, she was able to help install electricity, running water, cabinetry and air conditioning in Angel Wings International's clinic.

Following her trip, she began her ten month contract with AmeriCorps working as a volunteer coordinator for the St. Bernard Project in Chalmette, Louisiana. Tara assists with scheduling volunteers and leads weekly volunteer orientation. 

Tara is pictured front and center with the SU Mission: I'm Home January volunteers during their alternative winter break trip

Tara is pictured front and center with the SU Mission: I'm Home January volunteers during their alternative winter break trip. This photo was taken after she facilitated orientation for over 100 volunteers.

 

Stevenson University Alumni Board Vice President, Shervonne Cherry '05, accepted her position as the Community Manager at Spark Baltimore in 2015. On Friday evening, during the company's grand opening, Shervonne kicked off the program with remarks about the new collaborative coworking space located at the Offices at Power Plant Live.

Shervonne Cherry '05 at the grand opening of Spark Baltimore

Spark was developed with the goal of facilitating the work of creators and innovators in Baltimore. Shervonne was quoted in the Baltimore Sun stating that, "what's unique about the space is we're not just a building, we're a community." She was joined on stage by a variety of influencial speakers, including Governor Larry Hogan, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, and developer and owner of Spark, David Cordish.

Read more from The Baltimore Sun article, "Cordish opens Spark, a collaborative workspace, at Power Plant Live."

 
 
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