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Women's Leadership ForumBusiness Communication professor Dr. Heather Harris served as a panelist and a facilitator at the Second Annual Women's Leadership Forum hosted by Maryland Public Television on March 7 in Baltimore. MPT’s vision for the forum was "to help women to become thoughtful world action leaders," according to the MPT website. The forum offered a time and place for questions answered by experts through meaningful conversations. Dr. Harris also moderated Stevenson's Friday Night Flicks on the film The Hate U Give on Feb. 15 in the Diversity Center.

Spring Serve group at IrvineBusiness Communication professor Chip Rouse joined students and staff members for #SUSpringServe2019 at the Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills on March 21. The group sanitized and organized toys for the nature preschool before heading off to the Tool Bank in Baltimore for the afternoon service project. The projects were funded by a student service project mini-grant to Marissa Hoffman, through a grant to Stevenson University from T. Rowe Price. Special thanks to Kim Pause Tucker, the director of the Center for Environmental Stewardship, for the photo.

Renaissance Montgomery HoitelBusiness Communication professor Deric Greene will participate in the Southern States Communication Association's 89th annual convention April 3-7, 2019, in Montgomery, Alabama, at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa.  Dr. Greene will be involved in the Undergraduate Scholars' Conference during the convention.

Omni ProvidenceFaculty members and some students from the department of Business Communication will attend the 110th annual Eastern Communication Association convention April 10-14, 2019, in Providence, R.I.

Stevenson professor Leeanne Bell McManus is president of the ECA, and noted that the theme for this year's convention is "Creating Our Future," a nod to "the founding principles of Providence and the creative identity of Providence," according to the ECA website.

Dr. Bell McManus will join Stevenson colleagues Stephanie Verni and Chip Rouse  as presenters at the conference, and student members of Lambda Pi Eta and 47 House will also present on a panel with other students.

Best wishes to all attending the convention!

Tyler DidraThis year, senior  Business Communication major Tyler Didra will participate in the Ulman Foundation’s 4K for Cancer, a cross-country bicycle ride and run. She is a member of Team Baltimore, running from San Francisco to Baltimore from June to August 2019.

Tyler learned more about the Ulman Foundation from Stevenson alumna Jen Antonelli, who currently works at the Ulman Foundation, and who also completed the 4K for Cancer in 2017. The race covers over 4,500 miles, from coast to coast.

"I want to serve a purpose bigger than myself,” said Didra. “At Ulman [where she is an intern], we often talk about our ‘why,’ which means why we are personally fighting cancer. During 4K for Cancer, we will write the names of the people who inspire our ‘why’ on our arms and legs, and we will dedicate our runs to them."

Best of luck to Tyler as she prepares for graduation and the run! Those who'd like to help sponsor Tyler's run can click here.

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