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The Business Communication faculty got together on Tuesday, Nov. 18. to attend the internship poster session of the students in the major and to enjoy the annual Shapiro/Rouse lecture that evening during which communications and public relations expert Sandy Hillman spoke. They took a moment out to update their group photo: from left to right, Christine Noya, Stephanie Verni, Chip Rouse, Leeanne Bell McManus, Heather Harris and D. M. Greene.

Congratulations to the three BizComm faculty who celebrated years of service at the university's annual service banquet on Monday, Oct. 20 in Rockland Banquet Room.  Adjunct instructor Jim Smith (left), shown here with Dr. Kevin J. Manning, Stevenson's president, was honored for five continuous years of service. Dr. Deric Greene, associate professor of Business Communication, celebrated 10 years of service, and department chair Chip Rouse was honored for 30 years of service.

The catered luncheon included awarding of certificates and gifts for those in attendance.

CBS/WJZ-TV news reporter and anchor Jessica Kartalija will be joining the BizComm faculty in the fall, teaching one secion of Introduction to Public Speaking.

Kartalija joined the Eyewitness News team in 2006, and now she co-anchors the 5 p.m. newscast daily,  and the noon newscast on Mondays and Tuesdays.

She came to Baltimore from Albuquerque, N.M., anchoring and reporting  for the News at Nine.

Kartalija graduated from Pennsylvania State University where she majored in broadcast journalism and minored in Spanish. While in college, she completed a semester abroad, living in Sevilla, Spain, and became fluent in the language.

Currently, she is involved with the House of Ruth Maryland, where she is a board member. She was recently named a Baltimore Rising Star from the Living Classrooms Foundation, and is also a member of the American News Women’s Club. She also had a role in the film "Transformers."

(Information and photograph from cbslocal.com)

Faculty in the department of Business Communication who teach Public Speaking will meet at 6 p.m. on August 5 for dinner and conversation about the course. This yearly meeting allows new faculty to meet the those who have been teaching at Stevenson, and gives all the chance to share teaching tips and speaking suggestions.

The dinner meeting always marks the start of the fall semester as faculty conclude work on syllabi and activities for the upcoming term.

Here, three BizComm faculty members -- Dr. Deric Greene, Dr. Heather Harris, and Ms. Stephanie Verni -- prepare for a presentation.

Three members of the BizComm faculty in the photo toast their new textbook contract from Kendall Hunt Publishers. From left to right, Chip Rouse, Stephanie Verni, and Leeanne Bell McManus are writing an event planning textbook together that merges communication theory with the process of event creation. Congratulations to the authors!

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