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‘Trust Science’

Asal Mohamadi Johnson, PhD — scientist, researcher and professor — has a message, especially for her students: Learn from the coronavirus pandemic

Stetson’s Water Institute Receives $185,000 Florida Sea Grant

Funding will help develop recommendations for land conservation in Volusia County

Preparing Florida for Sea-Level Rise

Stetson alumna Julia Nesheiwat will develop a strategy as state’s first Chief Resilience Officer

Stetson Receives NSF Grant for New Microscope

An inverted fluorescent microscope system will be used by undergraduate students and faculty in biology, health sciences and physics

Chris Ferguson and the Myth of Video Game Violence

Stetson professor draws on his 15 years of research to debunk fears about violent video games

Stetson student conducts cancer research this summer

Phasin Gonzalez ’20 studies circulating tumor cells in ongoing clinical trials at the University of Kansas

Jason Evans Named Water Institute Interim Executive Director

Associate Professor Jason Evans, Ph.D., to lead Water Institute

Stetson Selects New Dean for College of Arts and Sciences

Elizabeth Skomp, Ph.D., to begin new role in July

Grant Dollars for Aquatic Restoration

The new funding will enable Stetson Law to review the legal and financial mechanisms in place for the long-term protection of restored sites

Climate Solutions: Now Served in Restaurants Everywhere

Math Professor and Executive Chef Hari Pulapaka, Ph.D., writes about climate change and dining out

Seed Dollars for Cells of Growth

Editor's note: This story originally was posted on Sept. 24, 2018. At the Sage Hall Science Center on the Stetson campus,...

Class of 2019: Erica Kok Soars in STEM

Computer science major takes every opportunity at Stetson, lands job with JPMorgan Chase

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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