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Communication News

Congratulations to some of our Business Communication graduates who are embarking on new and (for them) different career paths.

Connor SkeenConnor Skeen, class of 2016 (left) - Brokerage trading associate at T. Rowe Price

Jamal Williams, class of 2015 - Graduate school in broadcast journalism at University of Maryland and production intern at ESPN

Kamica Price, class of 2018 - PR coordinator at Vectorworks, where she interned

Brad Crespo, class of 2013- Associate public relations manager at Perfect World Entertainment

Jessica Swing ValisJessica Swing Valis, class of 2011 (left) - Graphic designer and owner, Harford Designs

Ian Bohager, class of 2008, MS 2016, Health Care Management - Minimally invasive manager for AtriCure/cardiac manager, Zoll Medical

Stevenson sponsors management panel

The Office of Career Services welcomed back several Stevenson alums, including two Business Communication majors, for a panel presentation on leadership  in management. Lauren Novsak (second from left), class of 2019, and Nick Farano (far right), class of 2011, joined others on the panel to speak about the idea of management leadership in an effort to address a new professional minor in Management and Organizational Leadership that the university is offering. Business professor Anna Kayes moderated the Nov. 5 event, which was coordinated by career advisor Kelly Fewster.

Dr. D.M. Greene and Chip Rouse celebrating years of serviceThe department of communication congratulates Dr. D.M. Greene (top left) and Professor Chip Rouse for their years of service at Stevenson University. All faculty and staff members who were enjoying anywhere from 5-35 years of employment were feted at the annual service luncheon, held in the Rockland banquet room on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, and hosted by the office of human resources. From the communication department, Dr. Greene was enjoying his 15th year at Stevenson, while Chip Rouse was at year 35. She offered a few reflections to those attending.

Attendees at NaNoWriMo

Congratulations to communication professor Stephanie Verni (center), the SU library staff, and members of '47 House, for their exciting event that launched National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) as well as Verni's sixth published work, Little Milestones. The Oct. 29 interactive event included students and alums who are interested in writing, friends and colleagues of the author, and Elizabeth Fields of the library staff. This was the third year for a National Novel Writing Month event during which all writers are encouraged to write down their stories. Verni said that she began Little Milestones during last year's NaNoWriMo, and is thrilled to have finished it in a year. The novel is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Screening of Escalation

A workshop on October 29, 2019, sponsored by WORTH -- Women of Resilience, Tenacity, and Humility -- saw the members of the organization screening the film Escalation as part of an intimate partner violence program from the OneLove Foundation.  At the center of the screen is communication professor Dr. Heather Harris, the moderator of the club, and to Dr. Harris' left is Alyssa Caggiano, the club's president. The event was open to the entire Stevenson community.The photo shows just some of the approximately 40 student participants who attended the event. (Information and photo courtesy of Dr. Heather Harris)

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