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LPH inductees 2022Congratulations to Andrew Brosky, Marissa May Heuer, Jasmine Elizabeth Mendez-Paredes, Jessica Alexis Mills, Marie-Clare Ofoegbu, Shannon O'Hara, and Jena Ramcharran on their recent induction into Stevenson' chapter of Lambda Pi Eta. Lambda Pi Eta is the official Communication Studies honor society of the National Communication Association. As a member of the Association of College Honor Societies, Lambda Pi Eta has more than 500 active chapters at four-year colleges and universities worldwide. The six goals of Lambda Pi Eta include the following:  1-Recognize, foster, and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in Communication Studies; 2-Stimulate interest in the field of Communication; 3-Promote and encourage professional development among Communication majors;  4-Provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of Communication; 5-Establish and maintain closer relationships between faculty and students; and, 6-Explore options for graduate education in Communication Studies. Congratulations to our outstanding students for their academic and service achievements!

BijalBusiness Communication alum, Bijal Shah, visted Dr. Harris' class and shared insights on her new book titled, "For the Love of Laxmi: Everyday Desi Biases and the Imprints They Leave." Bijal was born in India and raised in the United States. She's always been fascinated by the dichotomy of being raised in two cultures―the little bit of holding on, the little bit of assimilation―and everything in between. The main character of Laxi was born out of this fascination. Always passionate about writing, Bijal loves the character of Laxmi, and she shared insights about writing and her character with Dr. Harris' class. We are very proud of Bijal! Thank you for sharing your work with our students. (From left to right: Lauren Novsak, Dr. Harris, author Bijal Shah).

Blick Player of WeekComm Studies graduate student McKenna Blick was named the Middle Atlantic Conference Player of Week in women's lacrosse for the week of April 11.

According to gomustangsports.com, in Stevenson's 25-7 win over Hood, Blick picked up two ground balls, with two turnovers and one caused turnovers. Later in the week, the graduate student picked up four ground balls, two turnovers and two caused turnovers in the 20-1 win over Eastern University.

Way to go, McKenna!

Congrats Alums yellowThe Department of Communication is excited to see our alums achieving their goals out in the workplace. There's been a lot of news over the last month. We're so happy to share some of their professional news.

Kimberly Hahr Barnhard accepted a new position as the Director of Member Services at Associated Construction Distributors International, where her main responsibility is as a meeting planner. She plans conferences that happen twice a year in different locations around the country…sometimes even in international destinations! 

Jamie Brown Hart began working as a Human Resources Specialist at Scotts Miracle-Gro in June 2021 and confirms that the grass is truly greener at Scotts.

Will Comotto began working at Brown Advisory in February as a Client Onboarding Specialist. In this role, Will supports client-facing teams, helps set up new client accounts, and works alongside different bank partners.

Courtney Hottle Davis began a new position as Communication Consultant at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield.

Christine Favata joined CC&A Strategic Media as a Marketing Coordinator.

Zaria Greene started a new position as Service Coordinator at Service Coordination Inc.

Mollie Meeder began a new position at The Johns Hopkins University as Assistant Capital Planner.

Olivia Sackrin began a new position as Senior Partner Account Manager at Amazon Web Services.

Congratulations to all our Communication alums!



 

Lauryn Davis in videoCommunication's very own Lauryn Davis is one of the people thanking donors for supporting our students and for their committed philanthropy. Along with Dr. Hirshman and Kathy Kimber, Lauryn plays an important role in the video! 

Our major's coursework integrates presentations into assignments to help polish our students' public speaking skills. Lauryn and other students in our major have learned how to present, whether in person, on camera, or via social media. We are so proud of Lauryn and all she is involved with at Stevenson University!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQa9AMnksXM

 
 
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