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Entrepreneurship event

If you have been thinking about starting your own business after graduation, or if you are interested in a career path that gets you ready to be an entrepreneur, then this event is just what you need! One of the speakers at this career panel will be Business Communication adjunct instructor and Communication Studies Master's degree alum, Chris Daley. All are invited to the event.

NCA convention information and logo
From the NCA website.....

The convention theme, “Communication for Survival,” is designed to help inspire us to think about the ways communication improves lives, helps people build relationships, sustain communities, change society for the better, and provide peace of mind. As scholars, teachers, students, leaders, and community members, I hope I can count on you to consider the ways communication can help people and the planet to survive. I imagine that convention attendees will be discussing change: the Black Lives Matter movement; the #metoo movement; international relations; apocalyptic rhetoric; driving while black or brown; homo sacer; the prison industrial complex; terrorism; economic crisis; natural and man-made disasters; gun violence; health care; and/or utilitarian and pragmatic approaches to communication. Additionally, the theme might inspire engagement with and innovation of current theoretical scholarship (e.g., social movement theory, theories of social change, neoliberalism, racial microaggressions, biopolitics and necropolitics, racial battle fatigue, queer futurity, integrated communication, negotiation, etc.).The theme is meant to challenge our community to think about the many ways in which communication can help improve our lives and our communities.

~ Kent A. Ono
NCA Second Vice President

Three Business Communication alums togetherStevenson Business Communication alumni Bridget Forney Deise (left) tweeted about her new, talented colleagues who have recently been hired to work with her at Profiles PR -- Alli Winer and Grace Clark, both graduates of the Business Communication program at Stevenson.

Profiles "is a marketing, communications, and events firm based in Baltimore, with a national reputation for crafting and implementing programs that deliver measurable results for our clients," according to their website. The company is located on Chestnut Avenue in Hamden.

Business Communication grad Brandon Scott, who is a HR recruiter for Caesars Entertainment Corporation, posted the following career position on LinkedIn recently. It might be an exceptional opportunity for a Business Communication graduate! Here's the link for an application.

Event planning job posting

Stevenson University singers

Stevenson University President Elliot Hirshman sent holiday greetings to all the SU community in the form of an electronic card with music by the Stevenson University Singers. As the group sings "Sleigh Bells," Business Communication junior Emma Cathy Smith is featured playing the sleigh bells and singing with the group.  Thanks for helping to make our holidays merry, EmC! (Photo from www.stevenson.edu)