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BizComm's new "Style Star" campaign is shining the spotlight from week to week on students who present themselves with polish and panache, whether for a special presentation or just a regular day of classes. Do you have what it takes to be a Style Star?

Our first week's award goes to the students who served as concierge for the Baltimore Book of Lists Gala at the Centrer Club. Don't they look fabulous?

Do you have questions about the new Master's degree in Communication Studies that Stevenson University will begin offering in the fall? The School of Graduate and Professional Studies is offering a BS to MS information session Tuesday, February 17 from 5-6:30 p.m. on the first floor of Garrison Hall (Owings Mills Campus). Pizza and drinks will be provided. Your questions will be answered by the GPS staff. Please RSVP to Tonia Cristino by February 16 at tcristino@stevenson.edu.

What a night it was for the BizComms who attended the annual Baltimore Business Journal's "Book of Lists" gala at the Center Club in Baltimore on Thursday night, Feb. 5, 2015.  The 10 Business Communication students joined professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse as guests of the BBJ for the celebration, and after their concierge duties were finished, the students were given the chance to mingle and network with the 500+ guests in attendance. Stevenson University was one of the sponsors of the event, and several of Stevensons's administration and staff also attended the gala. The students in the top left photo included Sam Schaeffer, Lanie Swanhart,  Jen Antonelli, Matthew Perry, Ashley Mil, Samantha Hauf, Tara Shishmanian, Leanne Magyar,  Alex Parker, and Conrad Ellis. Congratulations to the students on a terrific job! (Photos by Leeanne Bell McManus)

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