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Communication News

Krystal Alexis in college storeLook who's taking Stevenson folks on a tour through the Starting Gate, the university's new space for the college store! Isn't that our rockstar Krystal Alexis? You can tell she's a communication major!

The new space opened adjacent to the coffee shop in Garrison Hall, a convenient one-stop experience for your morning frappucino and your class textbooks.

Watch the whole video here. You'll enjoy seeing all the new products.

Welcome back posterThe Office of Career Services welcomes students back to school with lots of information about their services. Listed below are a few of the ways that Business Communication and Communication Studies students can benefit from the efforts of our career counselors.

Part-Time Job Fair
Thursday, August 29, 2019, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Rockland Banquet Room

Professional Minors Panel Series: Software Design and Coding
Thursday, September 26, 2019, 5-6:30 p.m. in Rockland Conference Room A

Fall Career & Internship Fair
Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Rockland Banquet Room

Drop-In Advising - Campus Locations

Career Peers: MWF – noon-3 p.m., Office of Career Services, Wooded Way, Room 100

Career Advisors for the School of Design:
Thursdays 10 –11:30 a.m., MAC Center South, outside the Solve Center

MortarboardWe've been hearing a lot from our very successful Business Communication alums who have kept us in the loop regarding their careers! Congratulations to these alums for their fantastic accomplishments.

Mindy Hinsley, FSMPS, CPSM ('98), president of Hinsely Collective, LLC, was named the SMPS Maryland Chapter’s first Fellow during the Society for Marketing Professional Services' 2019 conference in Washington, DC.

Mila Ortiz ('07) has begun a new job as vice president, Zeno Group, in New York City. Previously, Mila worked in Sydney, Australia, as a senior PR freelance consultant for GTI Tourism. 

Lauren Humphries ('08) has been named the senior manager of community engagement for the LUNGevity Foundation. Before that, Lauren served as the digital community manager for the Foundation.

Megan Donohue ('16) has been promoted to Cash Management Analyst at Brown Advisory. Previously, Megan served as the company's Office Solutions Associate.

Abigail Provost ('17) has been promoted to Event Operations Coordinator at Access Intelligence, from her former position as a Media Associate for Events.

Fred Terry ('17) has started a new position as an EMT (Executive Management Trainee) at Genuine Parts Company in Dover, Delaware. Previously, Fred worked as a recruiter for Aerotek.

Jessica Swing Valis headshotCongrats and best wishes to Jessica Swing Valis (SU class of 2011), as she begins entrepreneurial work as a branding consultant for her design company, Harford Designs, which focuses on graphic and web design and branding. Jessica previously worked for Wells Fargo in graphic design, publishing, and quality control, and received an M.A. degree from the University of Baltimore in Publications Design in 2016. Good luck to you, Jessica, on this new endeavor!  (Photo from LinkedIn}

Team Baltimore arriving back home

Congratulations to SU Business Communication graduate (class of 2019) Tyler Didra, who completed the 4K for Cancer run across America this summer to raise money for cancer research through the Ulman 4K for Cancer initiative. Tyler is seated, second from the right in the photo from Facebook. The team departed from the West coast on June 17, and made it back to Baltimore's Federal Hill on August 3, 2019, running over 4,000 team miles in the journey. Read more about Tyler's journey here.

 
 
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