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Communication News

Faculty in the Haals at Pancake BreakfastTwo of the three first-year residence Faculty in the Halls, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus (center) and Chip Rouse (right) were busy at work on Saturday, Oct. 5, flipping pancakes and serving up sausage for the first-year residents in Western Run, Susquehanna and Patapsco Halls. They were joined by nursing professor Laurel Moody (left), and Dr. Bell McManus' daughters Elouise and Bella. The Faculty in the Halls program works to build a bridge between learning and living, and the two business communication professors have been a part of the program since its inception six years ago.

Students at Mustangs Make a Difference Day

Students and faculty in the Communication department at Stevenson participated in "Mustangs Make a Difference Day" on Friday, October 4, on the Quad at Owings Mills. The first-year students, as well as members of '47 House and Lambda Pi Eta, spent a sunny afternoon raising awareness for autism by handing out multicolored ribbons and puzzle pieces, and talking with other attendees. The day includes all of the First-Year Seminar classes, as well as some clubs and organizations. This campus-wide day of service for students, faculty and staff is designed to make a positive difference while furthering commitment to one of the university’s core values, that of promoting a sense of community.

Alums speak about NSA careers

Two Stevenson University Business Communication graduates, Julia Cooke and Brittaney Koehler, came back on Sept. 26, 2019, to speak with students in one of Dr. Leeanne Bell's classes, as well as to a host of other students who heard about the visit and wanted to learn more about careers in the National Security Agency. Both alums work in communications careers at NSA in Fort Meade, Md., though in different areas of the agency. They offered application advice and spoke about the benefits of working for the agency.

Invitation to speakDr. D.M. Greene, professor of communication at Stevenson University, has been invited to talk at his alma mater, Howard University, where he completed his doctoral studies. He will speak about his academic career in communication since he graduated from Howard, with graduate and undergraduate students there during the university's Homecoming festivities. Details are still being worked out, but the department congratulates Dr. Greene on this prestigious event!
 
 
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