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Jacob Tatum, player of the weekJunior Jacob Tatum was named the Middle Atlantic Commonwealth Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Mustangs' lacrosse win against York College on Saturday, Feb. 22. According to gomustangsports.com, "Tatum finished with five points on four goals and one assist as the Mustangs upset 6th-ranked York on the road. The junior scored a pair of goals in each of the second and third quarters, including a man-up goal in each quarter. He added one ground ball and one caused turnover and totaled seven shots. Tatum has a point in 32 consecutive games."

Congratulations, Jake! (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

 

Heather Harris new textAuthor and professor of Business Communication, Heather Harris, Ph.D., will speak on on Wednesday, March 4, from 5-6:30 p.m. in SD101 (OMN) for a book talk.

Neo-race Realities in the Obama Era expands the discourse about Barack Obama's two terms as president by reflecting upon the impact of neo-racism during his tenure. The contributors examine how identities become the target of neo-racist discriminatory practices and policies in the United States. Individual chapters explore how President Obama's multiple and intersecting identities beyond racial binaries of Black and White were perceived, as well as how his presence impacted certain marginalized groups in our society as a result of his administration's policies. All are invited!

 

Savana Herndon and Hannah Crist and families on Senior NiightBizCom alum and current Masters student Savana Herndon (#11, left) was honored on basketball's Senior Night, Feb. 18, as she and senior Hannah Crist played their last home game as Mustangs. Herndon, a guard, had two points in the Mustangs' 85-39 win against the Hood Blazers. She is currently enrolled in the Masters of Communication Studies program at Stevenson, having graduated early in her undergraduate Business Communication program.

Here, both honorees are pictured prior to the game with their families. Congratulations on a wonderful basketball career to two spectacular representatives of Stevenson University! (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

Three alums as mentorsCongratulations and welcome back to three of the Business Communication alums who returned to campus on Feb. 12, 2020, to be a part of the inaugural mentoring program activity sponsored by Stevenson's Career Connection.

Lauren Novsak (Business Volunteers Maryland), Meghan Loveless (Adventist HealthCare) and Kamica Price (Vectorworks) were thrilled to be a part of this new program that connects alums with current Stevenson students in an effort to help guide and strengthen career choices. Lauren wrote, "The room was filled with eager students looking to develop their networking skills and enhance their resumes."

The event also included BizComm alum and mentor Jessica Swing Valis. Thanks, ladies, for your generosity of effort and time! (Photo from LinkedIn)

Box Out Cancer eventThe women's and men's basketball teams at Stevenson hosted a "Box Out Cancer" event on Feb. 12, during which they honored the memory of the late Bryan Read, son of Business Communication faculty member Chip Rouse. Bryan served as the Mustangs' first-ever ball boy in 1993, and enjoyed a career as an athletic trainer for Dulaney High School for 12 years before his death in August 2019 of colon cancer. T-shirts, bracelets, and other items helped to raise money to support the UM St. Joseph Cancer Institute, where Bryan was treated.

The team annually hosts a Coaches v. Cancer event during the month of March, and this year, the team, behind organizers Ellie Boswell (left) and Brittany Whitley (right), presented Rouse with the game ball in Bryan's honor. Junior Brandi Hall also created a video commemorating Bryan's life through pictures, and coach Jackie Boswell supported the team in its endeavors.

 
 
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