Congratulate senior Britany Post, who was offered a full-time position after graduation through her internship at Baltimore Orthopaedics, where she will be responsible for marketing, event planning, corporate communication, design and a variety of other tasks. Here she is seen with her site supervisor, Ryan O'Donnell, the director of marketing for the company. Way to go, Britany!
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Junior Ashley Mil has enjoyed her internship at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the Meyerhoff in the area of public relations, marketing and communications. Ashley has had a wide range of experiences including writing and editing press releases, helping out with major events, and developing media contacts. Here she is seen on the right with Eileen Andrews, the vice president of marketing and communications for the BSO in the beautiful lobby of the Meyerhoff next to the BSO's new logo.
Liz Jerzyk has enjoyed her semester at Baltimore's 98 Rock radio station working in promotions. Though she's occasionally at the station, more often than not Liz can be found mingling with the station's fans at a remote site, interacting with them, playing games, and handing out prizes. Liz's interpersonal communication skills are essential in such an outgoing position, and she's seen here in the photo with one of her supervisors, Blake Bryant, as they prepare to set up remotely at the Baltimore Zoo.
Students and faculty in the Business Communication major welcomed back three alums who joined us for the final "Lunch Lessons" of the semester on Monday, April 27, for a delicious brunch of French toast, yogurt parfaits, and quiche.
Joining us were Amanda "Mimi" Bory, who is the director of Communications and Philanthropy Services at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation; Nick Farano, the community manager for Relay For Life at the American Cancer Society; and LynnAaron Nichols, a wedding event planner with Eventi planning.
All three had interesting and meaningful career stories to share with the students and faculty in attendance.
The Business Communication department of Stevenson University will be well represented at this year's Eastern Communication Association convention in Philadelphia, Penn. From April 22-26, students and departmental faculty will sit on panels, present research, attend sessions, meet with colleagues from other universities, and enjoy the conference, this year titled "Deliberation." Faculty members Deric Greene, Leeanne Bell McManus, Stephanie Verni and Chip Rouse will accompany students Courtney Hastings, Megan McSwain, Peighton Perrone and Lanie Swanhart to the event. More updates to come.