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Business Communication News

Congratulations to the May 2018 Business Communication graduates who celebrated Commencement on May 17, 2018. Enjoy some graduation photographs!

Congratulations to the senior Business Communication students who enjoyed  a lovely Baccalaureate ceremony on Monday, May 14, with their faculty members and classmates. Pictured in the back row are Gage Markley,  Kamica Price,  Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus, Courtney Hottle, Dan Williams and Professor Chip Rouse. In the front are Meghan Loveless, Caroline Izzi, Kaya Roberts, Tiara Pitt, and Professor Stephanie Verni.

The Baccalaureate ceremony is a celebration of the graduates' accomplishments,  planned by the Senior Class Council.

Students and Business Communication faculty gathered together to enjoy some end-of-semester games, food, fun and celebration as the seniors prepared for Commencement. The annual School of Design party was the occasion, and many BizComm students received awards and commendations, including the students in The Mill course, as well as seniors Courtney Hottle, Caroline Izzi and Grace Clark. Professor Stephanie Verni received the Dean's Award, along with her colleague Inna Alesina, for her work developing and teaching the new client-focused course, now called The Mill.  (Photos by Leeanne Bell McManus and Stephanie Verni)

Business Communication senior Taylor Murphy, a contributing editor to The Odyssey Online, writes about what graduation means to him after his journey through Stevenson.

Taylor writes, "I am proud of myself for going through all the years of school and finally getting a degree. Then on to the real world. Graduation is a good time to ... reflect on all the hard work you have done to get here. Many of us never think about how we got to this point, but you should never forget how much was sacrificed to get you to this point."

The Odyssey Online is a publishing and social media blog site that "democratizes content, giving people the opportunity to share what’s most important to them and their communities, enriching everyone with broader, more honest perspectives on topics they care about." College students especially contribute to the site.

Junior Business Communication major Wornden Ly is the subject of one of Stevenson's "Exceptional Experiences," displayed on the university's home page. He speaks about his passion for writing and photography and hopes to combine them into one career. You can read all of his story here.

 
 
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