As a California school enlightened by a global sensibility, Stevenson seeks to send forth graduates who have learned how to help make their communities better--wherever their journeys may take them. Mike Tamburri ‘94--a first-generation American, born and raised in Carmel, who grew up to be a true citizen of the world--embodies this tradition.
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This year, Stevenson Robotics students participated in their first-ever Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center ROV (remote-operated vehicle) competition. Students designed and constructed an ROV, submitted technical documentation about their project, delivered engineering presentations to STEM professionals who serve as judges, created poster displays that explain their ROV design, and described the real-world problem the ROV is supposed to solve.
Though Courtney Slautterback Harwood ‘92 has lived just outside of New York City for a significant portion of her adult life, she has never allowed her physical distance from Pebble Beach to stand in the way of maintaining strong and active ties to RLS. Having concluded her successful tenure as the president of the Association of Stevenson Alumni (ASA) in June—passing the baton to Jay Dolata ‘95—Courtney is thrilled to be joining the board of trustees in September.
Stevenson has tapped a new president for its Alumni Association, Jay Dolata ‘95 has been selected to serve as the new president of the Association of Stevenson Alumni (ASA). Jay is an active alum and an enthusiastic ambassador for the School in the local community; he is also a proud current Stevenson parent: his daughter, Brogan, is in the Class of 2026.
In observance of Asian-Pacific American (AAPI) Heritage Month (May), Stevenson hosted a virtual visit from celebrated children’s author Joanna Ho.