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Kylie HandlerComm alum, Kylie Handler, is taking what she learned from her time working on The Villager, the student-run newspaper at SU, and will be managing, writing and editing three separate publications in her new role as senior writer. Kylie started out at NewMarket Group working in their “bullpen” as a News Editor, ghost writing for a naturopathic doctor.  Her primary focus will be writing articles that focus on finding cures for some of the biggest health conditions affecting seniors. Congratulations, Kylie!
KindnessThe first-year seminar students in two freshmen communication courses, taught by Dr. Deric Greene and Professor Stephanie Verni, executed 97 acts of kindness as part of Mustangs Make A Difference Day. In past years, Mustangs Make A Difference Day took place on one particular day. However, due to coronavirus restrictions, the first-year seminars—all of them across every discipline at Stevenson including communication programs—participated in the "random acts of kindness" initiative. Over 1,000 acts of kindness were practiced all together at the university. Dr. Greene and Professor Verni are very proud of their first-year communication students and what they've accomplished during their first semester as Mustangs!
Lee KrahenbuhlDr. Lee Krähenbühl has been named as the department chair for Communication Programs in the School of Design. Having recently served as SUO’s Interim Dean for the last several months, Provost Dr. Susan Gorman said, "He has done an excellent job steadying the ship and navigating through choppy waters under trying circumstances, and I am very grateful for his dedication and service." Dr. Krähenbühl will assume the role on Monday, October 12, and will oversee the accelerated online undergraduate degree, traditional undergraduate degrees in Communication Studies and Business Communication, and the graduate program in Communication Studies. Congratulations, Dr. K!
47 House47 House, the integrated marketing communication club on campus, is meeting virtually this semester and is already formulating plans for the annual spring Business Mixer (BusMix), which is typically held in March. As well, the club has decided to offer virtual coffee chats with professionals in the field, as a lead-up to the March event. The Business Mixer for 2021 will revolve around entrepreneurs, which will include Stevenson graduates who have started their own companies. In the past, the BusMix has featured sports professionals, communication pros, and alums. More details on the upcoming events will be posted as dates are set. Stay tuned! 
 
 
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