Almost, Maine won two awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 5. The cast of Almost, Maine won a commendation for achievement in Ensemble Performance. AJ Hansen won a commendation for achievement in Scenic Design. The…
The Stephens College School of Health Sciences hosted its third annual Spring Research Conference last week. The conference featured a keynote presentation from one of the foremost leaders in women’s health research in the country, as well as more than 40 student podium and poster presentations.
The Stephens College MFA in TV and Screenwriting hosted its 5th successful TV Writers Lab in conjunction with the Athena Film Festival. The TV Writers Lab is a creative development workshop for emerging women and non-binary writers held in partnership with the Stephens College MFA in TV and Screenwriting. Applicants submit a project that includes a woman or women characters in a leadership role or position at the center of the story. During the lab, writers meet with mentors from the Stephens MFA for one-on-one consultations over their scripts. Then the group spends an afternoon in a mock writers room with Dr. Rosanne Welch, Executive Director of the Stephens College MFA with credits in writers rooms for Beverly Hills, 90210, Picket Fences and Touched by an Angel.
Stephens College has announced the names of students who earned places on the high honors and honors deans’ lists for the first semester of the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Stephens College Senior Film Showcase is the premiere event for short films directed by graduating digital filmmaking students. Seven short films will be projected during this in-person, outdoor event with an Q&A with the filmmakers following.
Harbinger, Stephens College's literary magazine, has been awarded the 2020 Literary Arts Journal Award by Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society. The 2020 issue, "Outside the Lines," features student-written and -edited short fiction, poetry, nonfiction…
RJ Johnson ’16 graduated with their B.F.A. in Creative Writing. During their time at Stephens College, they enjoyed workshop classes and literature classes involving different cultures. They have two large dogs and since graduating received their Master of Business Administration in one year in Denver, Colorado.