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The 15 Business Communication juniors and seniors who are in an internship this semester starred in the latest poster presentation session on Tuesday, Nov. 18 in the Rockland Banquet Room. They spoke to guests including current students, faculty and staff members, including the rock stars of the Admissions team, who showed up in force to support the interns! Thank you to all who attended.

Member of the Business Communication First-Year Seminar class treveled to Philadelphia earlier in the semester, and at the end of the term, they presented slides and videos about their work, reflecting on the experiential learning and the things they observed. What a great job they did!

The Business Communication faculty got together on Tuesday, Nov. 18. to attend the internship poster session of the students in the major and to enjoy the annual Shapiro/Rouse lecture that evening during which communications and public relations expert Sandy Hillman spoke. They took a moment out to update their group photo: from left to right, Christine Noya, Stephanie Verni, Chip Rouse, Leeanne Bell McManus, Heather Harris and D. M. Greene.

Congratulations to sophomore BizComm Edward Bennett who correctly guessed the number of Legos placed in a jar (similar to the one in the photo) in the offices of Career Services prior to the Lego Challenge. Edward's guess was just a few Legos short of the 749 total, and he won tickets to a November Ravens game for his efforts!

Way to go, Edward!

BizComm professors Dr. Heather Harris, Dr. Deric Greene, and Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus will attend the National Communication Association's 100th Annual Convention in Chicago November 19-23.

Dr. Bell McManus will be presenting "Best Practices: How to Teach Communication Ethics." She will discuss how communication ethics has changed over the past 30 years and provide instructional resources to faculty interested in teaching communication ethics.

Dr. Harris and Dr. Greene will be joining in the celebration of one of their mentors, Dr. Melbourne Cummings of Howard University for over 40 years as a scholar, professor, mentor, NCA leader, and colleague.

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