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The department of Business Communication is happy to welcome three new adjunct faculty members for the fall term.

Jaye Matthews is the Executive Director of an NPO, the Stepping Stones Shelter, that services homeless families in Montgomery County, Md,, and is CEO of J. Matthews International, LLC, through which she consults in business innovation and strategy through digital marketing and public relations. Professor Matthews will be teaching two sections of Introduction to Public Speaking. (Photo from LinkedIn)

Laura Davis comes to Stevenson with years of teaching experience and a MA in TESOL from George Washington University. Professor Davis' focus has been English as a second language and international students, and is on the faculty at Johns Hopkins University Center for Leadership Education. She will be teaching two sections of Introduction to Public Speaking. (Photo from Johns Hopkins University)
 

 

Dr. Omowale Elson is no stranger to Stevenson. He was the keynote speaker at the 2015 Lambda Pi Eta induction ceremony and will be teaching two sections of Introduction to Public Speaking on Mondays and Wednesdays. Dr. Elson is the vice-president for Business Development at Elson Consulting Group and has taught at the University of Maryland University College and Trinity Washington University. (Photo from LinkedIn)

Dr. Kevin J. Manning, president of Stevenson University, awarded Chip Rouse, associate professor of Business Communication, the prestigious President's Medal at the university's Commencement ceremonies in May, 2016.

The President's Medal is conferred on a person whose life exemplifies the ideals and aspirations of Stevenson University, and whose service to the University is extraordinary in both scope and quality. The award especially noted the former Business Communication department chair's engagement with many aspects of the SU community. Here, Rouse wears the medal and displays the plaque she received. She joins fellow Business Communication faculty member Christine Noya as a recipient of the award.  (Photo courtesy of Sue Kenney)

A new Villager staff will take the helm in the fall under editors-in-chief Emily Rosenthal and Kylie Handler. The editorial staff includes the following: Edward Bennett, Bryan Corvera Flores, Taylor Cunha, Paige Cunningham, Kris DeJesus, Laurel Ensor, Courtney Hottle, Kaitlin Kirkwood, Savannah Lawrence, Meghan Loveless, Gage Markley, Maia Milas, Brendan Reynolds, Matt Staud, Justin Trunko and Tyler Turk. Congratulations to the new editors as they take on the online publication.

"Goodbyes are sad things. You leave behind dreams that you’ve worked to make real, friends that you’ve suffered to love and sometimes a quiet security that was built with half a lifetime. On the road, you move along and leave your efforts behind you in the dust, knowing deep inside that you will never find them exactly the same again.

Often you spend too much time looking back and miss something up ahead. But there’s little use in trying to avoid the loneliness and anxiety that go with you when you move on… for that is life, and it is a certainty.

The road teaches you to accept goodbyes as a part of saying hello to things that are newer and often better. It also teaches you also that what was loved and what was learned in the past can never be forgotten.

On the road, and in life everywhere, you spend much time learning, wondering and, sometimes, remembering." (from Dreams from the Road)

Congratulations and best of everything to our amazing graduates!

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