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Stevenson University, known for its distinctive career focus, is the third-largest independent undergraduate university in Maryland with more than 4,200 students pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, and adult accelerated degrees at locations in Stevenson and Owings Mills. Stevenson has been recognized as one of America’s “Up-and-Comers”—one of only 49 colleges and universities nationwide given this designation—in the 2013 U.S. News & World Report college rankings.
Stevenson University prides itself on being one of the healthiest workplaces in our area and strives not only to maintain, but also to further this achievement. That is why we are offering our employees a great incentive to promote the healthy lifestyle choices we all value.
What is Blue U?
As a community, Stevenson has adopted Dan Buettner’s healthy living philosophy as he wrote about in his best-selling book, The Blue Zones. He shows us how to live longer, how to be happy and how to be healthy by optimizing our lifestyle and surroundings. Employees are encouraged to look for the SU Blue U logo to easily identify programs that support this guide to healthy living. The key is to prioritize the following 9 Healthy Habits: Be active without having to think about it; painlessly cut calories by 20 percent; avoid meat and processed food; drink red wine (responsibly); take time to see the big picture; take time to reduce stress; participate in a spiritual community; make family a priority; surround yourself with others who share Blue U values.
The University is an innovative, coeducational, independent institution offering undergraduate and graduate students a career-focused education marked by individualized attention, civility, and respect for difference. The University blends the liberal arts with career exploration and planning, complementing a traditional education with applied learning beyond the classroom. The University meets students where they are and supports and challenges them to become reflective and accomplished individuals committed to a lifetime of learning and contribution. Students graduate with the competence and confidence needed to address creatively the opportunities and problems facing their communities, the nation, and the world.