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Ryan Coleman May 2021Ryan Coleman was also named to the first team in the Middle Atlantic Conference and ranks third on the team with 20 points and 14 goals. He has a point in eight of nine games this season, including a six-point performance in the season-opening victory at 18th-ranked Stevens. Coleman also netted three goals in the MAC Commonwealth semifinals win over Widener, according to gomustangsports.

Congratulations, Ryan!

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Jake Tatum POYJake Tatum was named MAC Offensive Player of the Year and a first team choice. According to gomustangsports, Tatum earned his second all-conference nomination after leading the team with 36 points on 25 goals and 11 assists. He has had six three-goal games this season, including five points in a victory over No. 6 York (Pa.). The senior netted his 100th career goal this season.

Congratulations, Jake!

Senior Celebration CommunicaationThe Department of Communication will celebrate graduating seniors this Thursday, May 6, at 5 p.m. Throughout the pandemic, students have continued to work hard under unusual circumstances and they have persevered. To acknowledge their determination to succeed, the department will celebrate those who will be graduating with a short program, words of encouragement, and hearty congratulations for a job well done! The department is so proud of our 2021 graduates, and we offer them all best wishes as they continue on their journey in life. Please feel free to join us to celebrate them.

The BlueJeans link to the event is https://bluejeans.com/728145199.

Elizabeth Kamosa EggComm alum Elizabeth Kamosa was selected as one of the artists to exhibit at MacArthur Center Mall in Norfolk, Virginia. Elizabeth painted a Faberge egg as part of the mall's exhibit entitled "Eggspression," which they promoted on their website as an "eggciting program that invites local artists to design, paint, collage, sculpt or creatively enhance large fiberglass Easter Eggs." The public was invited to watch the artists paint the eggs in Center Court in March, and the display is open to the public until April 3. Beautifully done, Elizabeth! 

ECA panel 2021Three professors presented last week at the annual Eastern Communication Association Convention. Typically held each year at locations on the East Coast, the convention pivoted to a virtual conference, and panelists presented and attended via Zoom. Professors Leeanne Bell McManus, Chip Rouse, and Stephanie Verni (pictured with other presenters), authors of "Event Planning: Communicating Theory and Practice," presented on two panels; one panel discussed event planning in crisis, and the other panel covered reducing student anxiety in a pandemic. The Eastern Communication Association is the oldest professional communication association in the United States, established in 1910. Members collaborate on research and share best teaching practices in this service-oriented organization.

 
 
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