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Communication News

Three Business Communication alumsThe department of Communication at Stevenson University is thrilled to learn from LinkedIn how well our alums are succeeding in the world of business. Three of our Business Communication alumnae have recently been promoted, and we wanted to take a minute to recognize their success.

Sydnie Marshall, class of 2016, serves now as the Senior Special events Coordinator at the Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine. Prior to December, 2019, she served as an Events Coordinator there.

Megan O'Shea, class of 2012, recently received her licensure and went from LGPC to LCPC and is now the Primary Therapist at the Maryland Addictions Recovery Center. Megan received her M.S. degree in mental health counseling from Johns Hopkins University three years ago. 

Julie Mastroianni Cioka, class of 2011, was recently promoted from Marketing Coordinator to Global Programs Project Coordinator at Ciena, a networking systems, services and software company.

Congratulations to these fabulous alums, who, though they have pursued very different careers, each relies on problem solving and communication skills.

(Photos from LinkedIn)

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The Communication department at Stevenson University is still enjoying time together -- only this time, it's through a weekly Bluejeans video chat. How great it is to see and hear our colleagues as we catch up on how our online classes are coming along. While it's not just business as usual, the Communication faculty members are at home conducting classes from home!

Verni spread in Shore Monthly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take a look at the spread that Shore Monthly dedicated to Business Communication professor and author Stephanie Verni! According to its website, "Shore Monthly is a premier lifestyle magazine celebrating the unique and colorful way of life on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Our readers are invited to discover the casual elegance of Chesapeake living and all that it has to offer.  From exceptional architecture and cooking tips to lively art scenes and hidden spots to discover along the coast." Some of Verni's novels are set on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, particularly in St. Michael's and Oxford. There was also a book signing hosted by Skipjack's St. Michaels as well. Congratulations, Stephanie!

Our SU Business Communication alumni are checking in on LinkedIn with messages of positivity and optimism. Take a look!

Cari Pierce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jessica Valis 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Reid

Emma Adams headshotBusiness Communication senior Emma Rose Adams recently received word that she was accepted at two of her top choices for graduate school.  Laboratory Institute of Technology College (LIM) has been focusing on the business of fashion since 1939. The school is located near 5th Avenue on East 45th Street in Manhattan, a perfect location since NYC is one of the premier fashion capitals of the world.

Emma also heard from the Parsons School of Design where she was not only accepted, but also awarded a Dean's Merit Scholarship. Parsons, located in New York City on 12th Street, partners with Louis Vuitton, Braccalini, Bulgari, Chanel, Christian Dior, and Li Ning for student experiences. Now it may be time to choose one! Congrats, Emma! (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

 
 
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