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Funding for Educational Reform

Announcing the fiscal-2021 Impact Awards from Stetson’s Nina B. Hollis Institute for Educational Reform

Stetson University Uses New App to Mitigate Spread of COVID-19

App allows students, faculty, staff to conduct daily Wellness Checks before coming to campus

Stetson’s Bartram Gardens & Trail Educates Community about Natural World

New gardens and nature trail honor American naturalist William Bartram

Freedom Riders

Current events put a timely focus on Stetson’s travel experience and exploration of the civil rights movement

Chronicling the Role of Religious and Spiritual Life at Stetson

Chaplain and Sensei Morris Sullivan welcomes all to share information, thoughts and memories

Stetson alumna Makeda Smith finds activism through art

Artist donated 50% of sales to charity after her business jumped during Black Lives Matter movement

Stephanie Hanson wins Udall Scholarship

Stetson student combines love of art and outdoors to raise environmental awareness

2019-20 Student-Athlete Awards Announced

Each year, the very best student-athletes are selected for five awards from Stetson's 18 varsity sports

Stetson University Board of Trustees Budget Announcement

Board approves budget reductions for 2020-21, due to impacts from COVID-19

Stetson Announces $3.2 Million in Welcome Back Grants, Credits

Qualified, full-time, returning undergraduate students will each receive $1,500 grants

Revised Fall 2020 Academic Calendar announced

Undergraduate classes begin Thursday, Aug. 13, and finish before Thanksgiving

College of Law Receives $10 Million Planned Gift

Anonymous donors establish Distinguished Scholarship Program

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Deputy Sarah Merriman ’13 praised for bravery in standoff with armed man

Alumna de-escalated situation involving a man with a gun, without ever pulling her weapon

‘Orphaned and Vulnerable’: Working to lift lives in AIDS-ravaged Kenya

The work of Associate Professor Judy Burnett, PhD, and a graduate student lifts lives in AIDS-ravaged Kenya

Reporting During Winter Break and Gateway Testing Verification

Students and employees can register for rapid antigen testing on Dec. 8 and Dec. 15

Irving Stover and The Stover Theatre Collection

Beloved professor introduced countless students, local residents to theater during his 55-year career