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Homecoming Day 2016 -- Saturday, October 22 -- was a blustery and bright day, perfect for welcoming back Business Communication alums and greeting current parents and students as well. The traditional nachos and cheese was the snack of the day, as faculty in the School of Design pitched in to help. A victory in the afternoon football game capped off the day! (Special thanks to Chris Reed for some of the photos in the collage)

When asked by members of M.I.L.E. (Stevenson's Male Initiative Leadership and Excellence program) to help out at their cookout in the Quad on Saturday night, Oct. 15, three members of the Business Communication faculty happily agreed. Stephanie Verni, Chris Noya and Chip Rouse took time out from flipping burgers and handing out hotdogs to strike a pose with the M.I.L.E. members who invited them to help: Jarret Bragg and Eddie Bennett. The evening was filled with good food, music, and lots of conversation throughout the event. (Thanks to Stephanie Verni for the photo)

All Business Communication majors MUST see their academic advisor before preregistration begins. Make an appointment now and check in with your advisor -- and make sure you get "checked off" in Web Express before your window opens to register!

All of the Business Communication advisors have offices located in the south end of the new Manning Academic Center on Owings Mills North.

Congratulations to Business Communication associate professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse for their chapter in a recently released textbook on integrated marketing communication published by Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books. Their chapter focuses on ways that integrated marketing communication impacts the field of event planning. The text is edited by Jeanne M. Persuit (UNC-Wilmington) and Christina L. McDowell (University of Alaska-Anchorage).

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