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Business Communication News

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Members of  '47 House, the integrated marketing and communication club, gathered at the home of faculty advisor Stephanie Verni to celebrate the end of a very successful year. The club's work included attending the Eastern Communication Association conference and working with other clients to provide professional services. The party, held on May 18, included dinner, festivities, and a wildly challenging game of Monikers, in which faculty members Stephanie Verni, Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse joined. Photographed are (l-r) Adrienne Civetti, Grace Clark, Claudia Tonti, Kamica Price, Meghan Loveless, Ben Wanaselja, Courtney Hottle, Quinn Luethy, and Alyssa Dahle.

Congratulations to the May 2018 Business Communication graduates who celebrated Commencement on May 17, 2018. Enjoy some graduation photographs!

Congratulations to the senior Business Communication students who enjoyed  a lovely Baccalaureate ceremony on Monday, May 14, with their faculty members and classmates. Pictured in the back row are Gage Markley,  Kamica Price,  Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus, Courtney Hottle, Dan Williams and Professor Chip Rouse. In the front are Meghan Loveless, Caroline Izzi, Kaya Roberts, Tiara Pitt, and Professor Stephanie Verni.

The Baccalaureate ceremony is a celebration of the graduates' accomplishments,  planned by the Senior Class Council.

Students and Business Communication faculty gathered together to enjoy some end-of-semester games, food, fun and celebration as the seniors prepared for Commencement. The annual School of Design party was the occasion, and many BizComm students received awards and commendations, including the students in The Mill course, as well as seniors Courtney Hottle, Caroline Izzi and Grace Clark. Professor Stephanie Verni received the Dean's Award, along with her colleague Inna Alesina, for her work developing and teaching the new client-focused course, now called The Mill.  (Photos by Leeanne Bell McManus and Stephanie Verni)

Congratulations to business communication rising junior Alyssa Maher, who has written for the Odyssey Online blog about her experience choosing a college. "My Current School Was Not Always My Number One School" chronicles Alyssa's decision and the impact it has had on her success.

Though she was set on another university, a visit to Stevenson changed her mind and her life. Alyssa writes,

Being here I have done so much and accomplished so much. I have joined so many clubs, met so many new people, got over my fear of public speaking, lost 50+ pounds, changed my whole life style, gained so many leadership positions, accomplished so much academically, and have had so many amazing opportunities and experiences that have truly made me grow as a person. Stevenson is a small school, but that is what is great about it. Anywhere you walk on campus you'll see somebody you know. You have the close relationships with your professors and even the staff.

Alyssa is convinced her decision was the right one. Though  Stevenson wasn't always her dream school, it is now. She explains, "Just because something was not your first option doesn't mean it can't be the perfect fit for you." You can read her blog post here.