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Post-game press conference

As Stevenson's women's volleyball team fell to Clarkson University in the first round of the NCAA women's volleyball tournament this year, Coach Dave Trumbo asked seniors Emily Pellini and Mackensie Blevins to join him in the post-game press conference.

Pellini, a senior Business Communication major, was asked to sum up the year in her sport. She responded that she thought the team did everything they could this year and added that she hoped the seniors taught the rest of the team what leadership means. Ending the season with a record of 26-7, Pellini said she believes the group won't lose a beat as they look to 2022. For the full post-game show, click here.

McKale WilliamsSenior communication major McKale Williams was recently the object of Stevenson University head basketball coach Gary Stewart's praise as the 2021-22 season began.

Though he will be sidelined for an injury, McKale was one of 10 Division III student athletes chosen by the National Association of Basketball Coaches to participate in national discussions about issues important to student athletes. Watch and listen to Stewart talk about the honor around 45 seconds into the video.

Congratulations, McKale!

Cover of novella

Stevenson University communication professor Stephanie Verni is ready to release her latest novella, an homage to her favorite author, Charles Dickens. The story, "From Humbug to Humble," adds a finishing touch to Dickens' Christmas story. The Stevenson author tells the rest of the Ebeneezer Scrooge story -- how he managed to change for the better. Congratulations, Stephanie! The novella will be available in November.

StephanieVerni 2021Are you interested in taking a communication course that will stimulate your imagination and teach you some valuable new information? Look no further than CM 270, New Media Communication, taught by Professor Stephanie Verni (pictured at left). This class looks at the ways new technologies are integrated into society, and how they are used for communication.

Or perhaps you're more interested in CM 445, Communication and Leadership, taught by Dr. Deric Greene, which "explores the exercise of leadership within multiple contexts and with multiple audiences from a communication perspective."

There are lots of other interesting and exciting courses in the spring communication offerings. Check them out today!

 
 
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