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Business Communication News

On April 13, the administrator of the language access program, Business Communication alumna Marilyn Lovo, testified before the D.C. Council's Judiciary Committee in support of $3 million additional funding for victim services, especially culturally specific legal and social services and Ayuda’s Victim Services Interpreter Bank. Marilyn is the language access manager at Ayuda, an organization that serves vulnerable, low-income immigrants who seek to better their lives. (Photo from Facebook)

Students in '47 House, the integrated marketing communication club, hosted a workshop designed to help students build their personal brand in and through social media. The workshop, held on April 17 in the Manning Academic Center, drew a good crowd, and Business Communication faculty members Stephanie Verni and Chip Rouse covered topics including professional blogging, LinkedIn and other popular social media. Pizza and cookies sweetened the event, which received rave reviews.

Business Communication alum Brent Hiken (class of 2015) is readying for the Major League Lacrosse season as he suits up for the Atlanta Blaze. This third-year franchise's roster includes mostly Division I stars, but Hiken and fellow Mustang Callum Robinson are among the few Division III standouts. A star faceoff player, Hiken has also served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Mustangs. Good luck this season, Brent! (Photo from Facebook/Atlanta Blaze)

Congratulations to the Business Communication interns who, together with other interns in the School of Design, spoke to an audience in the Rockland banquet room  on April 14, 2018, about their experiences in the workplace. The students used PowerPoint slides to communicate what they had learned through the semester at a variety of internship sites. The event was coordinated by Sonya Lawyer, assistant professor of design and the School of Design internship coordinator.

A hearty congratulations goes out to Business Communication alum Brittany Bangert (class of 2010) whose first run at the Boston Marathon was a successful, if soggy, one. 

She writes, "I don’t think anyone’s training could have really prepared for those conditions but it was definitely the greatest gut and grit test I’ve ever had... Crossing that line was so gratifying, it’s hard to describe, but the worst was by far the three hours of shivering after. Never been so grateful for a hot shower, warm blanket and hot chocolate. So many of you have reached out - and thanks for that, it means the world and I thought of all of you throughout."

So proud of you, Brittany! She's the one with the orange hat jumping puddles. (Photo from Facebook)

 
 
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