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Communication News

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Despite being far away from campus and from each other, The Villager's editorial staff continues to meet twice weekly in order to keep the news coming to the Stevenson community. On April 7, they posed for their annual staff photograph -- only this semester, it was a BlueJeans screen capture! Kudos to the students for thinking outside the box and relying on each other in their editing roles.

The Villager staff, Spring 2020

Alums speak about NSA careers

Two Stevenson University Business Communication graduates, Julia Cooke and Brittaney Koehler, came back on Sept. 26, 2019, to speak with students in one of Dr. Leeanne Bell's classes, as well as to a host of other students who heard about the visit and wanted to learn more about careers in the National Security Agency. Both alums work in communications careers at NSA in Fort Meade, Md., though in different areas of the agency. They offered application advice and spoke about the benefits of working for the agency.

Welcome back!The faculty in the Communication department are happy to welcome back our students for a new and exciting school year. New classes, a second major, and energized classrooms will greet everyone as the fall term gets underway. You can find your Communication faculty on the first floor south of the Manning Academic Center, with offices facing to the front of the building. Stop by to visit!

ProPublica logoProPublica, "a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power," according to its website, invites budding journalists of color to apply for its Emerging Reporters Program, which "provides a $9,000 stipend, along with mentoring and trips to the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting conference and our New York office, for five students each year who work or want to work at college journalism outlets: newspapers, websites, radio stations or TV stations." Thanks to Dr. Heather Harris, professor of communication at Stevenson University, for the LinkedIn tip!

Students who will be juniors or seniors this academic year are eligible to apply, and African Americans, Latinos and other people of color are especially encouraged. Participants must be full-time students during the 2019-20 school year. Applicants must also demonstrate financial need. Interested? Find out more information here.

Hootsuite logoAs the school year begins, Business Communication students may want to take some time to hone their social media skills based on the recommendations from one of the top social media management forums: Hootsuite. Here are their recommendations: Best books for social media managers
 
   
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