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Business Communication News

Date: Sep 4, 2015

Business Communication professors Leeanne Bell McManus, Christine Noya, and Chip Rouse are entering their third year as "Faculty in the Halls" mentors in two of the first-year residence halls. Each fall, the faculty meet en masse with the students in their halls to introduce the program and to explain why they are offering their time to the residents. Under the direction of Jeff Kelly, associate vice president and dean of students, the program has fluorished. Here, the residents of Western Run prepare for the meeting, while some of the resident assistants pose for a photo and some students grab candy as the meeting comes to a close.

Stephanie Verni, associate professor of Business Communication, has earned another award from Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards, as her second novel, Baseball Girl,  was honored for work in sports fiction. 

Professor Verni writes, "When you sweat over a project for as long as I did (and for some people even longer), when you pour your blood, sweat, and tears into it, and when you make other sacrifices to complete the project, there’s a quiet satisfaction that comes from it. Receiving recognition just makes it that much sweeter."

Professor Verni's first work, Beneath the Mimosa Tree, also won honors from Readers' Choice and from the Indie Excellence Book Awards. The department hopes you will join us in congratulating Professor Verni for her outstanding creative work.

 
 
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