Skip Navigation

Have a Question?

Contact Admissions
Undergraduate Admissions
Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall North, Second Floor
1-877-468-6852

Email Admissions

  

Communication News

Business Communication faculty presenting at showcase

Three members of the Business Communication faculty presented their research at the 2019 Paul D. Lack Scholars Showcase on March 29, 2019.

From left, in the photo, Professor Stephanie Verni presented "Using Participatory Arts to Teach Advertising Concepts" with Inna Alesna, assistant professor  of Graphic Design, as part of an Arts Integration Grant. At center, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus spoke about "Communication Ethics and the Social World" as part of a Faculty Research and Scholarship Grant. At right, Professor Lee Krahenbuhl presented research entitled " 'Joseph's Actor': Rediscovering the Life of the Eminent Tragedian Thomas A. Lyne (1806-1890), Accidental Father of Theatre and Elocution Among the Latter-Day Saints."

Congratulations to the three professors for their interesting and engaging work.

Congratulations to the Business Communication interns who are working in a variety of placements this spring.

Arielle Ashpes Baltimore Zionist District
Lauren Aversa CC&A Strategic Media
Brett Bean The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
Joe Candon St. Paul's School
Tyler Didra Ulman Foundation
Rachel Elliott Girls' Life Magazine
DeJonna Farrar Junior Achievement/Central Maryland
Paul Farrell NIW Design/Enterprise Holdings
Christine Favata GKV
Jessica Lewis Anne Arundel Co. Animal Care & Control
Candace Kling Profiles, Inc.
Christine Longbottom H&M
Quinn Luethy Grow & Fotify
Joseph Mauler True Life Discipleship Counseling
Lauren Novsak SU Office of University Advancement
Emma Cathy Smith SU Office of Marketing/Digital Communications
Claudia Tonti Edie Brown & Associates/ The Modell Lyric
Amir Wallace Factuality, Inc.
Mariah Williams Maryland Public Television
Social Media Marketing World logoWord has it that BizComm alum and current grad student Julia Cooke just returned from Social Media Marketing World 2019, a mega-conference held March 20-22 in San Diego, California. Designed to help professionals in the field keep up with the "ever-changing nature of social media marketing," the conference attracted social media marketers, consultants, entrepreneurs, agency owners, network marketers, and corporate marketers. According to the conference website, learning opportunities abounded with "Facebook ads, Facebook organic, Instagram marketing, Messenger bots, live video, social strategy, content marketing, analytics, video creation, YouTube for business, corporate marketing, local business marketing, LinkedIn marketing, Twitter marketing, Pinterest marketing, Snapchat marketing, and blogging." Congratulations, Julia, on seeking out such a great opportunity!
Reno Aces logoCongratulations to Business Communication alum Andrew ("AJ") Grimm, who has taken a job with the Triple-A affiliate in minor league baseball, the Reno Aces Baseball Club as their digital marketing assistant. Located in Reno, Nevada, and playing in the Pacific Coast League, the Reno Aces are affiliated with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Previously, AJ worked as an associate with the Providence Bruins, an American Hockey League franchise and the top affiliate of the NHL's Boston Bruins.

Student group from Organizational Leadership workshopOn March 13, students from Dr. Anna Kayes’ Organizational Leadership class and Ryan Clark’s theatre program participated in a “Leadership Storytelling” workshop in which three theatre students posed as Amazon executives while the business students networked and shared their personal stories of leadership. Business Communication senior Naseehaa Bacchus (in the white blazer) was among the participants. After the networking session, the business students received feedback about how well they communicated their stories of leadership. (Information and photo from Brown School of Business and Leadership blog)

 
 
Request Info