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Business Communication News

Local television station WJZ-TV was on campus on Feb. 11 for a story on Mission: I'm Home's many various service trip to New Orleans, and Business Communication participant Lauren Novsak was among those interviewed by CBS reporter and former SU faculty member Jessica Kartalija.

About to embark on her fourth service trip, Lauren admitted that the trips can be addictive but extremely worthwhile.

Watch the full interview here.

Congratulations to Business Communication alum Bryan Corvera-Flores, a December 2017 grad, on his new job with the Maryland Blue Crabs, a team that plays in the Freedom Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, an independent baseball league not affiliated with Major League Baseball.

Bryan writes, "My experiences with each one of you including my internships have prepared me for my position as a Sales Assistant here at the Blue Crabs. I can't thank everyone enough as I am grateful for everyone that has helped me on my journey."  Located in Southern Maryland, the Blue Crabs have been around since 2008, and one of their early owners was famed Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson.

The department of Business Communication wishes Bryan all the best in his career journey.

In the photo, he is shown during his Stevenson University internship in the Office of Athletics.

It was another fun and exciting night of Bingo in Western Run Hall on Feb. 12 as the two Faculty in the Halls mentors there, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, planned and ran the rowdy event! Some of the students who stopped by to play can be seen in the photo below, engrossed in the game. The Faculty in the Halls program is in its fourth year of residential mentorship.

The department of Business Communication is grateful for the students and alums who volunteered to help out on Stevenson Scholars Day, Feb. 10. Faculty were on hand to greet our guests, and the students and alums provided perspectives from a variety of different points of view. Pictured above on the panel are alum Dayne Turner, who works for W.B. Mason; senior Meghan Loveless; junior Lauren Novsak; alum Megan Donohue, who works at Brown Advisory; alum Lanie Swanhart, who works at South Mountain Creamery, and senior Sarah Cullison. Guests had lots of questions, and the panel was happy to respond. (Photo by Leeanne Bell McManus)

The department of  Business Communication is proud to welcome Michael MacFee as one of our newer adjunct professors. MacFee completed Stevenson's master’s program in Communication Studies in May 2017 with the inaugural cohort, and as he worked through the master’s program, he served as a graduate assistant in the Academic Link, operating the Testing Center and helping with some tutoring services. He believes that experience was very beneficial because it enhanced his understanding of and appreciation for all that the Office of Student Success does to help ensure Stevenson students are able to make the most out of their college education. He is currently teaching in the department, and thus far, he has instructed in Introduction to Public Speaking and Business & Professional Communication.

He writes: "It has been a wonderful experience transitioning from the role of student to teacher. It’s been challenging and a lot of fun, and I certainly have a whole new appreciation for all the work my professors put in to help me succeed!"

MacFee added that his Master's thesis was accepted into the graduate poster sessions during the upcoming 2018 ECA convention.

In addition to teaching at Stevenson, he also works as a communications associate at Maryland Public Television. His regular tasks include managing the president’s monthly newsletter and daily messages, drafting and distributing news releases, monitoring media responsiveness, event planning, and writing various organizational reports. Special projects are always popping up, he adds, and they are quite diverse.

Welcome to our world, Michael!

 
 
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