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Communication News

Date: 2019

NCA logoNow that the National Communication Association's 105th convention has concluded, let's take a look at how Stevenson's communication professors were involved in the conference.

Dr. Heather Harris presented at two sessions: "Celebrating the Contributions and Impact of African American Health Communication Pioneer Dr. Carolyn A. Stroman" and "Women in the Running: Surviving the Races." She also  chaired a panel called "Communication for Survival in Post Obama Neo-Race Realities."

Dr. D. M. Greene presented in the panel titled "Women in the Running: Surviving the Races," and co-chaired a panel called "African Americans’ Survival of Health Disparities."

Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus presented as part of "Thriving and Surviving in the Social Media Age: Leveraging Technology for Effective Teaching and Research," and in "A Student's Guide to Surviving Communication Ethics." She also served as a respondent in "Contributions from Chinese Communication Studies, Disability Studies, Communication & the Future, Freedom of Expression, Mass Communication, Performance Studies and Philosophy of Communication."

Congratulations to the professors for sharing their research with a national audience!

Panelists of interns

Business Communication interns Yina Dong (left) and Andrew Nagel (right) participated in an internship panel on Friday, Nov. 15, 2019, organized by the School of Design's internship director, Sonya Lawyer. The students on the panel (there were more than the photo shows) spoke about their own internships to an audience of current interns, faculty, employers, and students looking for a position. The two communication interns spoke about how they found their site, and what they learned while they were there. The event was held in the Rockland banquet room and was followed by the traditional poster session.

Kellan Newby-MatthewsLook who has just recently joined Stevenson's University Advancement team as assistant director of donor relations & stewardship -- Business Communication alum Kellan Newby-Matthews, from the class of 2011. Kellan was an event specialist for nearly six years at Kennedy Krieger Institute before returning to her alma mater. With a graduate certificate in non-profit management from Johns Hopkins University, Kellan has much to contribute to University Advancement. Welcome Home!
 
Faculty in the Halls serving Thanksgiving dinnerThanksgiving dinner came early for the first-year residents on Monday, Nov. 18, as their Faculty in the Halls served up a delicious meal with all the trimmings. Communication professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse joined their Faculty in the Hall comrade and nursing professor Laurel Moody to dish up a great homestyle meal to a horde of hungry freshmen. The traditional meal is an annual event that couldn't happen without the help of the Residence Life staff. (Photo by Tiffany Sanchez)
Authors reception 2019As the second edition of their event planning textbook gets ready for publication, three of Stevenson's communication professors, (l-r) Stephanie Verni, Chip Rouse and Leeanne Bell McManus, attended the Kendall Hunt Publishing reception on Friday, Nov. 15 at the Capital Grille. Here, they stop for a photo with Paul Carty, Kendall Hunt's director of publishing partnerships. In conjunction with the National Communication Association's convention that was concurrently held in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Kendall Hunt Publishing took the time to celebrate all its faculty authors.
 
 
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