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Date: Jul 31, 2015

Congratulations to Enrique (Ricky) Sanchez '98 and Andy Welling '03, two BizComm alums who will be inducted in the second class of the Stevenson University Athletics Hall of Fame, along with five other alumni.

According to Gomustangsports, Ricky was a two-sport athlete, playing men’s soccer and men’s lacrosse. The men’s lacrosse team annually awards the Ricky Sanchez Best Midfielder Award. In soccer, he was a two-year team captain and most valuable player. After he graduated, he stayed on to serve as an admissions counselor, an assistant coach, and the sports information director. In the photo (at center) he is shown at a recent golf outing with soccer coaches Graeme Millar and John Plevyak.


Andy played four seasons for the baseball team, the first baseball student-athlete to play four years after playing in 29 games during the team’s inaugural season in 2000. He was a two-time American Baseball Coaches Association All-Region selection and two-time team most valuable player as a junior and senior. He is still ranked among the top-10 in school history in 14 categories, including the record for RBIs with 124.

Congratulations to all of the inductees!

The department of Business Communication is thrilled to welcome back some faculty after a semester away, as well as to welcome new members of the team.

Returning after a semester off is Jessica Kartalija Anecharico, who will be teaching Introduction to Public Speaking. She began teaching at Stevenson in Fall, 2014, and away from Stevenson, she is a general assignment reporter and news anchor at WJZ-TV.



Dr. Terry Stephens will also return to Stevenson after a semester hiatus. A Howard University graduate, she will teach Introduction to Public Speaking, and has specific interests in health care education.



Jason Cohen will return to Stevenson this fall, having taught a semester of Writing for the Web in addition to his full-time career in digital marketing. He will teach Introduction to Public Speaking, relying on his presentation skills and career strengths.



Jeremy Caplan returns to Business Communication, having taught in a variety of capacities at Stevenson University thus far, including sections of journalism and intercultural communication. He will have an evening class of Introduction to Public Speaking that will complement his faculty work at CCBC Essex and Catonsville.


Also new to the Business Communication team is Chris Daley, who comes to his adjunct position from Maroon PR, a Baltimore-area public relations agency. Chris participated in the Sports Industry Symposium at Stevenson this year, and will be teaching a section of Introduction to Public Speaking.



Cheri McDowell, who will be teaching Introduction to Public Speaking, received her Master's degree in Organizational Communication from Bowie State University. She works professionally in the field of communications, and has also adjuncted at Towson University and CCBC.


Tom Burkhart has been an adjunct instructor at the University of Baltimore and comes to Stevenson to teach two sections of Introduction to Public Speaking. An attorney, he is a Ph.D. candidate as well in Rhetoric from the University of Iowa.



Anthony "David" Burns (no image available yet) has been adjuncting at CCBC for over six years in the areas of public speaking, interpersonal communication, and small group communication. He will teach one  section of Introduction to Public Speaking and one section of Intercultural Communication for the department.

Brittany Miller (no image available yet) is completing her terminal degree at the University of Baltimore and will use her background in event planning, project management, and alumni services at Towson University as she teaches the Event Planning and Publicity class to Business Communication majors.

Welcome to our new adjunct faculty members!

The National Association of Basketball Coaches named Stevenson senior BizComm major Colby Giacubeno to the 2014-15 (NABC) Honors Court for the second straight year on July 29, 2015. Colby received the recognition as a collegiate basketball student-athlete who also excelled in academics during the past season.

Colby appeared in every game for the Mustangs during the past season. He ranked third on the team in points per game and led the team with 70 three-pointers and a 42.9 three-point shooting percentage.

To be named to the Honors Court, a student-athlete must meet academic criteria including a GPA of 3.2 or higher at the conclusion of the 2013-14 academic year, and be a junior or senior.

Congratulations, Colby!

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