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The Stevenson Center is dedicated to service.

Award recipients at the third annual Civic Engagement Celebration: Jade Surface (left) and Zoe McGrath, representing the student chapter of Habitat for Humanity; Beverly Beyer, senior associate director of the Stevenson Center; Mary Ann Pullin, executive director of Home Sweet Home Ministries; Missy Nergard, director of the Office of Sustainability; Kaitlyn Remian, Alternative Spring Break coordinator; and Lauren Lacy, director of development for the McLean County Museum of History.
Students and groups engaged in helping the community were honored last spring at the third annual Civic Engagement Celebration. Read more
Pat Turner at the Center for Hope Outreach Programs prior to completing her master's in 2006.
Stevenson Center alumna Pat Turner has worked tirelessly to assist and inspire those in need in McLean County. Turner was an Applied Community and Economic Development Fellow in political science. On Alumni Day, she will return to campus to share her experiences.  Read more
Juan Zamarripa, Frank Beck, and Austin Moser
Through the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development, researchers have been leveraging big data to explore ways the McLean County jail can improve and better deploy its resources. Read more
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