The Stevenson Center's interdisciplinary, applied curriculum informs the work Michael Hotard '09 does today as senior program manager at the Stanford Immigration Policy Lab.
Face-to-face interactions bring joy to both music therapy students and their clients. Although students are now completing their clinical hours through telehealth sessions, they have continued to...
Jennifer Woodrum, a 2020 graduate of the Clinical-Counseling program within the Department of Psychology, has been awarded the James L. Fisher Outstanding Thesis Award.
Edu-Futuro, an organization dedicated to empowering immigrant and underserved youth in and around Washington, D.C., is hosting its first Stevenson Center Fellow.
Students become Stevenson Center Fellows because they value service: they want their graduate education to benefit others as much as themselves. Under the guidance of sociology professor Dr. Frank...
Gregory Johnson '77, M.A. '80 was selected to create John Lewis’ statue that will reside in Atlanta’s Rodney Mims Cook Sr. Park, land dedicated to Georgia leadership that has shaped the world.
Join Milner Library for a variety of events and workshops that highlight the benefits of making information free, online, and open for all to use during Open Access Week 2020.