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Date: Mar 11, 2015

Senior Allie Nelson (on the right in the photo) is interning with Alison Cuomo, the web portal administrator in Stevenson University’s Office of Marketing and Digital Communications. Allie has made use of her background in information systems as well as her writing and design work in this challenging and ever-changing environment. Many of her duties involve working "behind the scene" on the SU website and information posted there.

Senior Jenifer Antonelli has been interning in Stevenson University’s Office of Admissions, where she is working under the mentorship of Jake Quimby, a communications specialst there (and a former BizComm himself!) and Lindsay Thompson, the associate director of communications. Jennifer is particularly involved with print and email materials for prospective students  and enjoys using her creativity in brainstorming sessions.

At the recent MAC Indoor Track and Field Championships at Lehigh University, senior BizComm Lanie Swanhart ran as part of the relay team that won 6th place for the women's 4x800m relay, which also earned team points for Stevenson. The women's team placed ninth at the meet, and the relay set a new school record. Congratulations to Lanie and the members of the 4x800m relay team! The Mustangs are circled on the left in the photo above. (Photo courtesy of Lanie Swanhart)

Junior Megan Donahue (on the left in the photo) is very busy in her internship at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Maryland chapter, helping to plan and coordinate the efforts for several of the MS Society's  fundraisers, inclduing Bike MS, Maryland, and several Walks as well. Megan has been soliciting donations in kind from sponsors particularly for the "Chesapeake Challenge" bike ride slated for June 6-7 in Talbot County, Maryland. Megan's mentor, Courtney Baltimore, is the development manager, Bike MS, for the chapter. Megan also has had the chance to collaborate with two BizComm alums who also work at the chapter, Katie Amos, the seniopr development manager  and Rachel Guzman, the development coordinator.

Senior Rosalie Chesley is enjoying a second internship during her time as a BizComm major. This semester, she is working with Cheryl VanRensselaer, the assistant to the executive vice president of academic affairs, Dr. Paul Lack. Rosalie's mentor supervises a number of academic processes and activities, including all the documents for grants, promotions, sabbaticals, and other awards among the faculty at Stevenson. In addition, Rosalie is participating in the planning of the Faculty Recognition Dinner that is held in April, a very busy time of the year for the office of the academic dean.

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