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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)

Wonder Women graphicBusiness Communication professor Dr. Deric Greene was a panelist at the screening of Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines on Tuesday, March 12, where he shared his thoughts on the intersectionality of identity and marginalization of minority identities. The movie was shown in conjunction with Women's Heritage Month. (Graphic from
Chris Noya 2017 RelayMany Business Communication students, alums and faculty will join the team during Relay for Life in honor of recently deceased faculty member Christine Noya. Won't you join us? The Stevenson University event, which begins on March 30 at 5 p.m. and continues for 24 uninterrupted hours, seeks to raise money for the fight against cancer through donations to the American Cancer Society. Those who want to join the "Chris Noya" team or make a donation can do so here. Students have designed a t-shirt for team members or anyone interested in participating. Its cost is $10 and is available through Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus.
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.

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