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Communication News

Interns Fall 2019 with alumni

Business Communication alums Sarah Cullison and Lauren Spivey (kneeling, center) returned to SU to speak with the interns in Professor Sonya Lawyer's internship class on Monday, Oct. 19. Both Sarah and Lauren received full-time job offers at the site where they each interned as students, and they offered some advice to the current interns about networking and the job search. Sarah currently works at Gramercy Mansion as the marketing and social media director, and Lauren works at the 1840s Plaza as the director of marketing. (Photo courtesy of Sonya Lawyer)

Hall of fame inductees 2019

Congratulations to several Business Communication alums who were inducted into the Dick Watts Athletics Hall of Fame at Stevenson University during Homecoming weekend, Oct. 19, 2019. Above, men's lacrosse's team member Greg Furshman '09, and women's tennis' star Lauren Humphries '08, received awards, and are standing alongside Business Communication faculty member Chip Rouse. At right, above, Mike Gustaworow '09 was inducted as one of the members of the Team of Tradition, the 2009 men's lacrosse team. Mike is shown with his wife Laura (Ford), who was also a BizComm major. Rouse serves on the Hall of Fame selection committee.

Stephanie Verni presentingProfessor Stephanie Verni, one of the three first-ever faculty fellows in Stevenson's Center for Teaching and Learning, presented an October 21 workshop in developing creative assignments for the classroom. Along with fellow professor Chip Rouse, Stephanie encouraged participants to share some of their ideas for engaging students creatively in the classroom.

The two faculty members may assemble some more ideas for a January faculty in-service to share with other members of the SU community.

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.

 
 
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