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Business Communication News

Date: Jun 2017

Business Communication alum Jen Antonelli is on Day 12 of her 4K for Cancer-- Ulman Cancer Fund run across America: Pocatello, Idaho to Idaho Falls, Idaho. She writes, "Oh, Idaho! I've absolutely loved running in this state. Today's beautiful run was dedicated to Tara's Grandma Phyllis and Grandpa Charles!"  She's referring to friend and fellow classmate Tara Shishmanian. In the photo, from Jen's Facebook log, the group of runners takes a tater break at the Idaho Potato Museum. Jen's lounging center front under the "O." Check out the rest of the Business Communication blogs for more information about #RunJenRun.

Junior Lauren Novsak has filled us in on her amazing summer opportunities. As a Walter Sondheim Jr. Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Fellow, Lauren's placement is at the Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore....Click here to read more.
After a stint working in Chicago, Business Communication alum Conrad Ellis, from the class of 2016, is back in town, and has begun blogging once again about his passion, tennis. As a member of the Stevenson men's tennis team while a student, Conrad's insights about the upcoming Wimbledon tournament are interesting and fresh. Read his blog here.

On day 8 of her cross-country run, 4K for Cancer, Business Communication alum Jen Antonelli made her way through Utah, from Milford to Nephi.

Jen writes, "I am still so incredibly thankful for those who sent me off. Thank you for supporting this crazy adventure! Excited for what the rest of this run brings."

Despite the heat, the hills, the rough roads, and the sore muscles, Jen continues to make her way across the nation with a team of runners raising money for and awareness of cancer.

Read more about Jen's run on the Facebook page or on Jen's blog.  (Photo from Jen's Facebook page)

Business Communication professors Stephanie Verni, Leeanne Bell McManus, and Chip Rouse presented a symposium on event planning to about 250 National Security Agency employees at Fort Meade on June 22, 2017, at the invitation of an alum and her colleagues in the Communications Skills Community at NSA. Those in attendance were excited to learn more about how communication skills can impact event planning, and the presentation was live-streamed to other NSA employees as far away as Australia! In the photo, the three textbook authors are shown at Stevenson University as they spoke in 2016 at the launch of their textbook on event planning. (Photo courtesy of the National Security Agency)

 
 
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