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Stetson Conducts 2nd Campus Climate Survey

Students, staff and faculty have until March 13 to weigh in on Stetson’s progress on diversity and inclusion

Stetson Board of Trustees Approves Naming of New Health and Science Facility

New building, now in the design phase, will be named for longtime Stetson supporters Cici and Hyatt Brown

Introducing the Dr. Wendy B. Libby Scholarship

Trustees create scholarship for Stetson Law students with a Stetson undergraduate degree and a devotion to social justice

Stetson Trustee Emeritus Nestor de Armas ’73 to receive Honorary Doctorate

Degree will be presented to the retired executive at Commencement in May

Exploring Cultural Credit

Students are rewarded for attending campus events that connect, educate and entertain

‘Walk Off Winning’

Hatters baseball coach Steve Trimper authors a “game plan for leading your team and organization to success”

2019: A Year of Milestones for Stetson University

President Wendy B. Libby, PhD, announces her retirement; President-elect Christopher F. Roellke, PhD, named

A Warm Welcome for President-elect Christopher F. Roellke, PhD

Roellke says Stetson will “stay laser-focused” on helping students learn

Night to Remember, Campaign to Celebrate

Stetson’s Beyond Success - Significance Campaign tribute to donors was held on campus Nov. 8 — a gala-rious event

My Summer at the U.N.: How an internship became a ‘forever treasure’

Essay: How a “more than amazing” internship with the New York Office of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research became a “forever treasure”

Teach, Prepare, Protect

This first-semester course for new students at Stetson puts an uncommon spin on “real-world education,” with hard lessons learned about identify theft

Not a Moot Point

A legacy of competition success continues to strengthen Stetson Law’s case for advocacy superiority

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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