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Currents News screenshotBusiness Communication alum Brendan Reynolds just checked in with us about his new job.


He writes,"I just started working as the associate producer for Currents News, a Catholic news station in Brooklyn, New York....  I actually had to decide between two job offers; one being this position and the other was a digital producer position in Portland, Oregon. In terms of industry trends, many news outlets have been letting go of traditional positions and have been hiring more digital positions. That being said, I went for the New York position because it simply paid more.... I am more than confident that I will be able to pick up on key skills that can transfer to other jobs."


Congratulations, Brendan! We wish you the best.

Dr. Lee Krahenbuhl on guitarThe Communication Department was thrilled to be able to listen to Dr. Lee Krahenbuhl, chair of communication programs, participate in Stevenson University's Faculty Recital Series, coming to the community via YouTube every Friday.

Dr. K's original lyrics and guitar melody, performed on the stage in Stevenson's Inscape Theatre, often spoke to the isolation that has become so much a part of COVID-19 life. To listen to his recital piece, click here or on the picture.

Dr. Heather HarrisTwo Special Topics in Communication courses are still available for selection this spring. They are both numbered 402, and both offer a special interest of the teaching faculty. Dr. Deric Greene will offer CM 402-OL1 online: Non-Verbal Communication, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2 p.m. Dr. Heather Harris is offering CM 402-ON2: Communicating Identities, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. in person. Special Topics classes can fulfill a variety of requirements, and the only pre-requisites for either course are a 100- or 200-level communication class. After Nov. 13, both courses are open to all students. Dr. Harris pictured at left, speaking at Commencement.

Lauren Novsak, BVM FellowCongratulations to Business Communication alum Lauren Novsak, class of 2019, who is a member of the graduating class of Business Volunteers Maryland’s GIVE Fellowship. On November 13, 2020, Business Volunteers hosted a virtual celebration to recognize 46 rising professionals who increased their civic engagement, deepened their relationship with Baltimore, and connected with community leaders from across the region. The 2020 class of GIVE will join a network of 450+ GIVE alumni.

Lauren's work with Business Volunteers Maryland has made a difference in the Baltimore business community, and the department is so proud of Lauren for her professionalism and determination.

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