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Congratulations to Business Communication alum Jake Quimby, who served as the co-chair of this year's Baltimore Gay Pride parade on June 16, 2018. According to the Baltimore Sun, "The parade kicked off at about 1 p.m. Waves of marchers walked down Charles Street from 33rd Street to 23rd Street, waving rainbow flags and handing out candy, while attendees lining Charles Street cheered and danced along to music from drumlines and DJs." Baltimore companies and political candidates were present at the event, and a block party followed the parade later Saturday afternoon.

Jake serves as Senior Specialist in Recruitment Marketing with Stevenson's Office of Admissions.

From Gomustangsports.com:

Stevenson University senior quarterback and Business Communication major Dan Williams has already been named D3Football.com All-East Region, the MAC Offensive Player of the Year and was recognized as a First Team All-MAC selection both as a sophomore and junior.

Williams will now be among some of the nation's best quarterbacks  as he will serve as a college counselor at the Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, Louisiana, from June 21-24. 

In its 23rd year, the Academy is an annual football camp organized by the Manning family (Archie, Peyton, Eli, and Cooper) to host more than 1,200 quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and tight ends to receive some of the best coaching in the country. Williams will be among other notable college quarterbacks from programs including the University of Alabama, University of Georgia, University of Missouri, Purdue University, University of Washington, University of South Carolina and University of Tennessee, to name a few; as they will act as counselors for the youth and high school players in attendance. An invitation to serve as a counselor is generally reserved for the best quarterbacks in the nation – mostly representatives from the NCAA Division I level.

Aside from coaching at the camp, college counselors also have the opportunity to participate in personalized training sessions both on and off the field with the Mannings themselves as well as some of the best quarterback coaches in the country.

"I'm honored to have the opportunity to represent Stevenson University at this year's Manning Passing Academy. I would like to thank the Manning family for the chance to compete with other college players, and learn from many coaches," said Williams. "I am truly humbled to be selected and I am very excited and eager to coach the athletes there as well learn some things during the camp. Lastly, thank you to my family, Coach [Ed] Hottle and Coach [Ryan] Larsen for believing in me."

Williams enters his senior year as the Stevenson all-time leader in every passing category. During his career, he has passed for 6,026 yards and 55 touchdowns, and completed 60 percent of his passes.

Congratulations, Dan!

Maybe it's time to check out Stevenson University Online’s Master of Science in Communication Studies!

According to the degree's website, the program is "developed for professionals who want to build a foundation of effective communication competencies for personal and professional advancement. This master’s program helps graduates translate fundamental ideas of communication into real-world applications. Graduates will develop their skills in evaluating and creating solutions to conflicts that occur within organizations."

According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers 2015 Job Outlook survey, more than 73 percent of employers reported communication skills as a top qualification they seek in potential job candidates. This degree can sharpen your skills and prepare you for any communication setting you encounter.

More about the program can be found here.

Less than a month after Commencement, we've heard from a number of Business Communication graduates about their career plans.  Many of them are noted below, and we are still hoping to hear from many others as they solidify their choices. We congratulate our graduates and hope they will keep in touch as they move on.

Eight Stevenson students attended the Eastern Communication Association conference in March, 2018, both as research participants and as student workers, along with four faculty members. They had taken on the ECA as a client in the fall term of 2017, working with Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus helping to plan the five-day conference in Pittsburgh. Most of the students were Business Communication majors, and two studied film and video. Watch the video here that chronicles their "exceptional experiences."